About tacitus annals xvi book xvi of tacitus annals is the last of the surviving books of the great roman historians monumental account of the reigns of the emperors from tiberius to nero the unfinished book offers a stunning portrait of nero in his last years a man now free of the restraining influences of his mother agrippina and tutor seneca. Nero upon this without sufficiently examining the credibility of the author of the story or of the matter itself or sending persons through whom he might ascertain whether the intelligence was true himself actually encouraged the report and despatched men to bring the spoil as if it were . The annals by tacitus written 109 ace translated by alfred john church and william jackson brodribb table of contents book xiv ad 59 62 in the year of the consulship of caius vipstanus and caius fonteius nero deferred no more a long meditated crime. The annals by tacitus xvi the annals by tacitus translated by alfred john church and william jackson brodribb book xvi ad 65 66 fortune soon afterwards made a dupe of nero through his own credulity and the promises of caesellius bassus a carthaginian by birth and. The annals by tacitus written 109 ace translated by alfred john church and william jackson brodribb
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