Tacitus began his career as a magistrate and military tribune, moving on to consul in Rome in 97 AD. He was known as a fine orator and his private life was devoted to writing of which five works have survived. They include Dialogus de Oratoribus, Vita Agricolae (which includes an account of the Roman conquest of Britain), Germania, Historiae (which covers the history of Rome from 68 to 96 AD, but which is incomplete), and Annales which charts the history from the death of Augustus to the death of Nero in 68 AD, and which again is incomplete.
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