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Tacitus' Agricola.
Tacitus' Annals.
The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
De Bello Gallico, by Julius Caesar
Tacitus' Germania.
The Goths, by Jordanes.
Histories, by Tacitus.
History of Rome, by Livy.
Mispogon by Julian
New Testament.
Metamorphosis by Ovid.
Parallel lives by Plutarch.
Suetonius 12 Caesars
Virgil Aeneid.
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links of: Germania

Stn Caligula, Chapter 1: His ancestry: Germanicus.
Stn Caligula, Chapter 4: His ancestry: Germanicus, cont.
Stn Caligula, Chapter 43: Military affairs of Caligula
Stn Caligula, Chapter 51: His fears.
Stn Domitian, Chapter 16: Just before he was murdered
Stn Galba, Chapter 8: Honours
Stn Galba, Chapter 11: Galba emperor
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 58: Military genius.
Stn Nero, Chapter 4: Nero's grandfather
Stn Otho, Chapter 8: Revolt of Vitellius
Stn Tiberius Chapter 7: Tiberius as a young man
Stn Tiberius Chapter 9: Start of Tiberius' military career
Stn Tiberius Chapter 16: Revolt in Illyricum (7-9 AD)
Stn Tiberius Chapter 17: Honours to Tiberius
Stn Tiberius Chapter 18: Tiberius in Germany (10-12 AD)
Stn Tiberius Chapter 20: A triumph for Tiberius
Stn Tiberius Chapter 25: Tiberius feels threatened
Stn Titus, Chapter 4: Titus as an adult
Stn Vespasian, Chapter 2: His youth
Stn Vespasian, Chapter 4: In the army
Stn Vespasian, Chapter 6: Revolt of Vespasian
Stn Vitellius, Chapter 9: Vitellius marches

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Agr Chapter 10: Geography of Britain
Agr Chapter 13: Claudius' expedition to Britain
Agr Chapter 15: Further problems in Britain (cont.)
Agr Chapter 28: Agricola in Britain. The journey of the Usepii
Agr Chapter 39: Agricola in Britain. Considerations of Domitian
Agr Chapter 41: Life in Rome
Ann Book I Chapter 31: Revolt in Germania
Ann Book I Chapter 34: Revolt in Germania. Germanicus in the camp
Ann Book I Chapter 43: Revolt in Germania. Speech of Germanicus (cont.)
Ann Book I Chapter 46: Revolt in Germania. The people at Rome
Ann Book I Chapter 47: Revolt in Germania. Considerations of Tiberius
Ann Book I Chapter 55: War with the Germans. Arminius and Segestes
Ann Book I Chapter 57: War with the Germans. Segestes gets help
Ann Book I Chapter 59: War with the Germans. Speech of Arminius
Ann Book II Chapter 5: War with the Germans.
Ann Book II Chapter 6: War with the Germans. Preparations.
Ann Book II Chapter 10: War with the Germans. Arminius and his brother(cont.)
Ann Book II Chapter 23: War with the Germans. Trouble at sea.
Ann Book II Chapter 24: War with the Germans. Disaster at sea.
Ann Book II Chapter 26: War with the Germans. Germanicus has to leave.
Ann Book II Chapter 39: Clemens causes commotion
Ann Book II Chapter 46: War with the Germans. Maroboduus and Arminius (cont.)
Ann Book II Chapter 73: Illness and death of Germanicus. His funeral.
Ann Book III Chapter 41: Revolt of the Gauls (Cont.)
Ann Book III Chapter 46: Revolt of the Gauls. The Aedui beaten
Ann Book IV Chapter 18: Complot against Agrippina. Silius and Sabinus
Ann Book IV Chapter 44: Death of Lentulus and Domitius
Ann Book IV Chapter 67: Tiberius on Capri.
Ann Book IV Chapter 74: Sejanus flattered
Ann Book XI Chapter 1: The fall of Valerius Asiaticus
Ann Book XI Chapter 16: Italicus king of the Cherusci
Ann Book XI Chapter 19: Corbulo and Ganascus (cont.)
Ann Book XIII Chapter 35: War between Armenia/Rome and Iberia/Parthia (cont.)
Ann Book XIII Chapter 53: Events in the North. Canals are constructed
Ann Book XIV Chapter 38: Further problems in Britain. Classicanus
Ann Book XIV Chapter 57: Sulla en Plautus
Aug The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
Dbg Book IV Chapter 4: War with the Germans. Crossing the Rhine.
Dbg Book V Chapter 13: Caesar in Britain. Britain, Ireland, Man.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 11: The Gauls: their society.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 24: Previous wars between Gauls and Germans.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 25: The Germans: the Hercynian forest.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 31: Revolt of the Gauls. Ambiorix gives up.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 65: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Caesar hires German mercenaries.
Ger Chapter 1: Around Germany
Ger Chapter 2: Origin of the Germans
Ger Chapter 3: Hercules and Ulysses
Ger Chapter 4: The German race
Ger Chapter 5: The country
Ger Chapter 16: Their houses
Ger Chapter 27: Funerals
Ger Chapter 28: The Germans in general
Ger Chapter 29: Batavians and Mattiacians
Ger Chapter 30: The Cattans
Ger Chapter 31: The hair of the Chattans
Ger Chapter 35: Chaucians
Ger Chapter 37: The Cimbrians
Ger Chapter 38: The Suevians
Ger Chapter 41: The Hermondurians
Ger Chapter 42: Nariscans, Marcomanians and Quadians
Ger Chapter 44: The Gothones
Gth Chapter 2: About Britain.
Gth Chapter 3: About Scandza.
Gth Chapter 5: About Scythia.
Gth Chapter 23: Hermanaric.
His Book I Chapter 6: Galba becomes emperor
His Book I Chapter 7: Galba becomes emperor. Executions
His Book I Chapter 8: Galba becomes emperor. Spain, Gaul and Germany
His Book I Chapter 14: Galba looks for a successor (cont.)
His Book I Chapter 19: Galba looks for a successor. The German army
His Book I Chapter 26: Revolt of Otho. The start
His Book I Chapter 37: Revolt of Otho. Speech of Otho
His Book I Chapter 49: Revolt of Otho. On Galba
His Book I Chapter 67: Revolt of Vitellius. The Helvetii
His Book I Chapter 70: Revolt of Vitellius. Through the Alps
His Book I Chapter 74: Revolt of Vitellius. Negotiations
His Book I Chapter 75: Revolt of Vitellius. Further negotiations
His Book I Chapter 77: Revolt of Vitellius. Appointments of Otho
His Book II Chapter 16: Otho versus Vitellius. Corsica
His Book II Chapter 21: Otho versus Vitellius. The siege of Placentia
His Book II Chapter 22: Otho versus Vitellius. Siege of Placentia (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 55: Otho versus Vitellius. At Rome
His Book II Chapter 57: Otho versus Vitellius. Vitellus hears of his victory
His Book II Chapter 69: Vitellius emperor. The soldiers are sent back
His Book II Chapter 75: Revolt of Vespasian. Considerations (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 77: Revolt of Vespasian. Speech of Mucianus (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 80: Revolt of Vespasian. His soldiers are informed
His Book II Chapter 97: Revolt of Vespasian. Vitellius summons the army
His Book III Chapter 2: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Preliminary discussions: Antonius Primus' ideas
His Book III Chapter 8: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Verona as head-quarter
His Book III Chapter 13: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Treason of Caecina
His Book III Chapter 26: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Considerations
His Book III Chapter 35: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. The beaten Vitellianists are dispersed
His Book III Chapter 38: Blaesus murdered
His Book III Chapter 41: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Actions of Valens
His Book III Chapter 46: Troubles with Dacia
His Book III Chapter 53: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Antomius Primus writes a letter
His Book III Chapter 62: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Valens put to death
His Book III Chapter 70: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Speech of Sabinus
His Book IV Chapter 3: Vespasian appointed to emperor
His Book IV Chapter 12: The Batavians
His Book IV Chapter 13: The Batavian Uprise. Civilis feigns sympathy for Vespasian
His Book IV Chapter 15: The Batavian Uprise. Brinno
His Book IV Chapter 17: Batavian Uprise. Speech of Civilis
His Book IV Chapter 18: The Batavian Uprise. Lupercus
His Book IV Chapter 21: The Batavian Uprise. Castra Vetera does not join Civilis
His Book IV Chapter 28: The Batavian Uprise. The Ubii
His Book IV Chapter 31: The Batavian Uprise. The oath
His Book IV Chapter 32: The Batavian Uprise. Civilis speaks
His Book IV Chapter 39: Scribonianus does not want to become emperor
His Book IV Chapter 46: Nearly a mutiny
His Book IV Chapter 49: Lucius Piso murdered (cont.)
His Book IV Chapter 54: Vespasian emperor. Rumours
His Book IV Chapter 61: The Batavian Uprise. Vileda
His Book IV Chapter 72: The Batavian Uprise. Cerialis at Trier
His Book V Chapter 14: The Batavian Uprise. Civilis at Castra Vetera
His Book V Chapter 16: The Batavian Uprise. Preparation for battle
His Book V Chapter 17: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Civilis
His Book V Chapter 19: The Batavian Uprise. Civilis withdraws
His Book V Chapter 26: The Batavian Uprise. A conference
Plt Aemilius Chapter 24: Supernatural traveling of news
Plt Caesar Chapter 22: Caesar's war with the Germans
Plt Caesar Chapter 23: Caesar's war with the Germans and in Britain
Plt Caesar Chapter 58: Plans of Caesar
Plt Galba Chapter 3: Galba before he became emperor
Plt Galba Chapter 13: Revolt of Nymphidius Sabinus (cont.)
Plt Galba Chapter 15: Galba strats with a massacre
Plt Galba Chapter 18: The soldiers begin to dislike Galba
Plt Galba Chapter 22: Revolt of Vitellius
Plt Galba Chapter 23: Piso selected as Galba's successor
Stn Augustus, Chapter 20: Military actions in the East
Stn Augustus, Chapter 23: Varus and the Germans
Stn Caligula, Chapter 8; Birth of Caligula (12 AD)
Stn Caligula, Chapter 19: The bridge over the Baian gulf
Stn Claudius, Chapter 1: His ancestry: Drusus.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 9: During Caligula's reign (cont.)

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Agr Chapter 11: The Britons
Ann Book I Chapter 22: Revolt in Pannonia. Vibulenus
Ann Book I Chapter 24: Revolt in Pannonia. Drusus dispatched
Ann Book I Chapter 46: Revolt in Germania. The people at Rome
Ann Book I Chapter 68: War with the Germans. Attack and counter attack
Ann Book I Chapter 69: War with the Germans. The bridge over the Rhine
Ann Book II Chapter 11: War with the Germans. The Cherusci.
Ann Book II Chapter 14: War with the Germans. An assembly.
Ann Book II Chapter 15: War with the Germans. Words of the German leaders.
Ann Book IV Chapter 73: Revolt in Frisia (cont.)
Ann Book XIII Chapter 18: Nero and his mother (cont.)
Dbg Book I Chapter 40: Caesar against Ariovistus. Speech of Caesar.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 16: War with the Germans. Caesar wants to cross the Rhine.
Dbg Book V Chapter 55: Revolt of the Gauls. Indutiomarus raises an army.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 37: Revolt of the Gauls. The Germans attack Cicero.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 13: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix beaten, Caesar to Avaricum.
Ger Chapter 44: The Gothones
Gth Chapter 36: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Preliminaries.
Gth Chapter 49: The death of Attila.
His Book I Chapter 19: Galba looks for a successor. The German army
His Book I Chapter 26: Revolt of Otho. The start
His Book I Chapter 31: Revolt of Otho. Reactions in the army
His Book I Chapter 52: Revolt of Vitellius. Preparations
His Book I Chapter 8: Revolt of Vitellius. The death of Capito
His Book I Chapter 61: Revolt of Vitellius. March to Italy
His Book I Chapter 70: Revolt of Vitellius. Through the Alps
His Book I Chapter 74: Revolt of Vitellius. Negotiations
His Book II Chapter 22: Otho versus Vitellius. Siege of Placentia (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 23: Otho versus Vitellius. Martius Macer
His Book II Chapter 58: Otho versus Vitellius. Albinus
His Book II Chapter 60: Vitellius emperor
His Book II Chapter 99: Revolt of Vespasian. Caecina and Valens march
His Book III Chapter 1: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Preliminary discussions
His Book III Chapter 9: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Caecina hesitates
His Book III Chapter 69: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Sabinus occupies the Capitol
His Book III Chapter 84: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. The last battle (cont.)
His Book IV Chapter 12: The Batavians
His Book IV Chapter 22: The Batavian Uprise. Siege of Castra Vetera
His Book IV Chapter 23: The Batavian Uprise. Siege of Castra Vetera (cont.)
His Book IV Chapter 24: The Batavian Uprise. Flaccus collects troops
His Book IV Chapter 28: The Batavian Uprise. The Ubii
His Book IV Chapter 33: The Batavian Uprise. Vocula's camp
His Book IV Chapter 46: Nearly a mutiny
His Book IV Chapter 57: The Batavian Uprise. Vocula marches
His Book IV Chapter 58: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Vocula
His Book IV Chapter 64: The Batavian Uprise. The Tencteri speak
His Book IV Chapter 73: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Cerialis
His Book IV Chapter 76: The Batavian Uprise. Conflict of opinions
His Book V Chapter 14: The Batavian Uprise. Civilis at Castra Vetera
His Book V Chapter 20: The Batavian Uprise. Four attacks
Hor Book IX Chapter 36: War with Etruria. The Ciminian forest.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 38: Hannibal crossed the Alps and reaches Italy
Plt Galba Chapter 6: Verginius defeates Vindex
Plt Otho Chapter 12: Otho versus Vitellius: the battle of Bedriacum
Plt Pompey Chapter 70: Civil war: the absurdity of a civil war.
Stn Caligula, Chapter 55: Caligula and the circus.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 1: His ancestry: Drusus.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 24: Honours.
Stn Galba, Chapter 20: Revolt of Otho
Stn Nero, Chapter 34: Matricide

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Agr Chapter 32: Agricola in Britain. Speech of Galcagus (cont.)
Ann Book I Chapter 3: Augustus' succession
Ann Book I Chapter 50: War with the Germans. The first battle
Ann Book I Chapter 51: War with the Germans. The second battle
Ann Book I Chapter 56: War with the Germans. March against the Chatti
Ann Book I Chapter 58: War with the Germans. Speech of Segestes
Ann Book I Chapter 59: War with the Germans. Speech of Arminius
Ann Book I Chapter 64: War with the Germans. Caecina in problems
Ann Book I Chapter 65: War with the Germans. Caecina attacked
Ann Book I Chapter 66: War with the Germans. Panic in the camp
Ann Book II Chapter 5: War with the Germans.
Ann Book II Chapter 13: War with the Germans. At night.
Ann Book II Chapter 16: War with the Germans. Start of the battle.
Ann Book II Chapter 18: War with the Germans. Victory for the Romans (cont.)
Ann Book II Chapter 19: War with the Germans. The Germans recover.
Ann Book II Chapter 21: War with the Germans. No decision reached.
Ann Book II Chapter 25: War with the Germans. Romans victorious again.
Ann Book II Chapter 45: War with the Germans. Maroboduus and Arminius.
Ann Book II Chapter 46: War with the Germans. Maroboduus and Arminius (cont.)
Ann Book II Chapter 62: War with the Germans. Catualda.
Ann Book III Chapter 44: Revolt of the Gauls. Rumors in Rome
Ann Book IV Chapter 5: Presence of the army in the provinces
Ann Book IV Chapter 72: Revolt in Frisia
Ann Book XI Chapter 16: Italicus king of the Cherusci
Ann Book XI Chapter 17: Italicus king of the Cherusci (cont.)
Ann Book XIII Chapter 54: Events in the North. Revolt of the Frisians
Ann Book XV Chapter 58: The conspiracy of Piso. Further investigations
Aug The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
Dbg Book I Chapter 1: Introduction
Dbg Book I Chapter 2: The conspiration of Orgetorix About the Helvetii.
Dbg Book I Chapter 27: March of the Helvetii. Surrender.
Dbg Book I Chapter 28: Return of the Helvetii.
Dbg Book I Chapter 31: Caesar against Ariovistus. Complaints about Ariovistus.
Dbg Book I Chapter 33: Caesar against Ariovistus. Caesars considerations.
Dbg Book I Chapter 36: Caesar against Ariovistus. Answer of Ariovistus.
Dbg Book I Chapter 39: Caesar against Ariovistus. Fear for the Germans.
Dbg Book I Chapter 43: Caesar against Ariovistus. Talks: Caesar speaks.
Dbg Book I Chapter 44: Caesar against Ariovistus. Ariovistus answers.
Dbg Book I Chapter 47: Caesar against Ariovistus. Embassadors of Caesar arrested.
Dbg Book I Chapter 48: Caesar against Ariovistus. War practice of Ariovistus.
Dbg Book I Chapter 49: Caesar against Ariovistus. Caesar raises a new camp.
Dbg Book I Chapter 50: Caesar against Ariovistus. Foretellings.
Dbg Book I Chapter 51: Caesar against Ariovistus. Start of the battle.
Dbg Book I Chapter 52: Caesar against Ariovistus. The battle (continued).
Dbg Book II Chapter 1: War with the Belgae. Prolog.
Dbg Book II Chapter 3: War with the Belgae. Caesar with the Remi.
Dbg Book II Chapter 4: War with the Belgae. Overview over the Belgae.
Dbg Book III Chapter 7: War with the Veneti. Prolog.
Dbg Book III Chapter 11: War with the Veneti. Measures of Caesar.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 1: War with the Germans. About the Suevi.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 2: War with the Germans. About the Suevi(Cont.)
Dbg Book IV Chapter 3: War with the Germans. About the Suevi(Cont.)
Dbg Book IV Chapter 4: War with the Germans. Crossing the Rhine.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 6: War with the Germans. Caesar decides to make war against the Germans.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 7: War with the Germans. German embassadors.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 13: War with the Germans. Caesar decides to attack.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 14: War with the Germans. Flight of the German tribes.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 15: War with the Germans. Many Germans killed.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 16: War with the Germans. Caesar wants to cross the Rhine.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 19: War with the Germans. Withdrawal.
Dbg Book V Chapter 2: Caesar in Britain. Preparations.
Dbg Book V Chapter 27: Revolt of the Gauls. The message of Ambiorix.
Dbg Book V Chapter 28: Revolt of the Gauls. Discussions in the Roman camp.
Dbg Book V Chapter 29: Revolt of the Gauls. Discussions in the Roman camp(cont.)
Dbg Book V Chapter 41: Revolt of the Gauls. Cicero does not want to surrender.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 2: Revolt of the Gauls. The Treveri.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 5: Revolt of the Gauls. The Menapii.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 7: Revolt of the Gauls. Labienus and the Treveri.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 8: Revolt of the Gauls. The Treveri beaten.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 9: Revolt of the Gauls. Caesar crosses the Rhine again.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 12: The Gauls: two factions.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 21: The Germans: their gods and marriages.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 24: Previous wars between Gauls and Germans.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 28: The Germans: The Uri.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 29: Revolt of the Gauls. Caesar withdraws from Germany.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 32: Revolt of the Gauls. Caesar to Aduatica.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 35: Revolt of the Gauls. Germans plunder the Eburones.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 41: Revolt of the Gauls. The Germans give up.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 42: Revolt of the Gauls. Return of Caesar.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 63: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Conference of the Gauls.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 65: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Caesar hires German mercenaries.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 67: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Caesar and his Germans victorious.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 70: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The siege of Alesia begins.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 80: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Cavalry fight.
Ger Chapter 2: Origin of the Germans
Ger Chapter 5: The country
Ger Chapter 8: The women
Ger Chapter 28: The Germans in general
Ger Chapter 30: The Cattans
Ger Chapter 35: Chaucians
Ger Chapter 37: The Cimbrians
Ger Chapter 38: The Suevians
Ger Chapter 41: The Hermondurians
Ger Chapter 43: Peoples of the East
Ger Chapter 45: Aestyans, amber and Sitones
Ger Chapter 46: Further East
Gth Chapter 3: About Scandza.
Gth Chapter 5: About Scythia.
Gth Chapter 9: Telefus.
Gth Chapter 11: Dicineus.
His Book I Chapter 68: Revolt of Vitellius. Surrender of the Helvetii
His Book I Chapter 84: Revolt of Vitellius. Speech of Otho (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 32: Otho versus Vitellius. The strategy of Otho (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 35: Otho versus Vitellius. An island in the Padus
His Book II Chapter 93: Revolt of Vespasian. Vitellius' army
His Book III Chapter 15: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Primus marches to Cremona
His Book III Chapter 46: Troubles with Dacia
His Book IV Chapter 14: The Batavian Uprise. Vitellius orders a conscription
His Book IV Chapter 15: The Batavian Uprise. Brinno
His Book IV Chapter 16: The Batavian Uprise. The start
His Book IV Chapter 18: The Batavian Uprise. Lupercus
His Book IV Chapter 25: The Batavian Uprise. Problems with the legions
His Book IV Chapter 26: The Batavian Uprise. A camp at Gelduba
His Book IV Chapter 27: The Batavian Uprise. Mutiny
His Book IV Chapter 29: The Batavian Uprise. Attack on the camp
His Book IV Chapter 33: The Batavian Uprise. Vocula's camp
His Book IV Chapter 34: The Batavian Uprise. Vocula tries to relieve the siege of Castra Vetera
His Book IV Chapter 37: The Batavian Uprise. The siege is relieved
His Book IV Chapter 58: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Vocula
His Book IV Chapter 60: The Batavian Uprise. The camp falls and is plundered
His Book IV Chapter 61: The Batavian Uprise. Vileda
His Book IV Chapter 63: The Batavian Uprise. Plunder Colonia Agrippinensis?
His Book IV Chapter 65: The Batavian Uprise. The inhabitants of Colonia Agrippinensis speak
His Book IV Chapter 66: The Batavian Uprise. The Tungri join Civilis
His Book IV Chapter 73: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Cerialis
His Book IV Chapter 74: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Cerialis (cont.)
His Book IV Chapter 75: The Batavian Uprise. Letter of Civilis and Classicus
His Book IV Chapter 76: The Batavian Uprise. Conflict of opinions
His Book IV Chapter 77: The Batavian Uprise. Attack on Trier
His Book IV Chapter 78: The Batavian Uprise. Cerialis victorious
His Book IV Chapter 79: The Batavian Uprise. Further fights
His Book V Chapter 15: The Batavian Uprise. Marshes
His Book V Chapter 16: The Batavian Uprise. Preparation for battle
His Book V Chapter 17: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Civilis
His Book V Chapter 18: The Batavian Uprise. Cerialis wins
His Book V Chapter 21: The Batavian Uprise. Counter-attack of Cerialis
His Book V Chapter 22: The Batavian Uprise. The Germans destroy a camp
His Book V Chapter 24: The Batavian Uprise. Talks
His Book V Chapter 25: The Batavian Uprise. Deliberations among the Batavi
Msp Chapter 22
Plt Caesar Chapter 18: The Helvetians
Plt Caesar Chapter 19: Caesar against Ariovistus
Plt Caesar Chapter 22: Caesar's war with the Germans
Plt Otho Chapter 10: Otho versus Vitellius; a skirmish on the Po
Plt Otho Chapter 18: Otho versus Vitellius; conclusion
Plt Pompey Chapter 67: Civil war: Pompey pursues Caesar
Stn Augustus, Chapter 21: Military actions in the East
Stn Augustus, Chapter 49: The army.
Stn Caligula, Chapter 45: Military affairs of Caligula (Cont.)
Stn Caligula, Chapter 47: Military affairs of Caligula (Cont.)
Stn Caligula, Chapter 58: Death of Caligula. (Cont.)
Stn Claudius, Chapter 25: Administration of justice (cont.)
Stn Galba, Chapter 12: Galba emperor (cont.)
Stn Tiberius Chapter 17: Honours to Tiberius
Stn Tiberius Chapter 41: Tiberius retires to Capri.

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Stn Domitian, Chapter 2: Domitian as a young man

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The barbarians across the Rhine sing savage songs composed in language not unlike the croaking of harsh-voiced birds, and that they delight in such songs.
Msp Chapter 1

The German has neither cuirass nor helmet; even his shield is not strengthened with leather or steel, but is of osiers woven together or of thin and painted board.
Ann Book II Chapter 14: War with the Germans. An assembly.

Again, though their frames are terrible to the eye and formidable in a brief onset, they have no capacity of enduring wounds; without, any shame at the disgrace, without any regard to their leaders, they quit the field and flee; they quail under disaster, just as in success they forget alike divine and human laws.
Ann Book II Chapter 14: War with the Germans. An assembly.

These Romans were the most cowardly fugitives out of Varus's army, men who rather than endure war had taken to mutiny.
Ann Book II Chapter 15: War with the Germans. Words of the German leaders.

Germany is conspicuous for the terrors of its climate
Ann Book II Chapter 15: War with the Germans. Words of the German leaders.

They on no account permit wine to be imported to them, because they consider that men degenerate in their powers of enduring fatigue, and are rendered effeminate by that commodity.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 2: War with the Germans. About the Suevi(Cont.)

They esteem it their greatest praise as a nation, that the lands about their territories lie unoccupied to a very great extent,
Dbg Book IV Chapter 3: War with the Germans. About the Suevi(Cont.)

That they are inferior to the Suevi alone, to whom not even the immortal gods can show themselves equal; that there was none at all besides on earth whom they could not conquer."
Dbg Book IV Chapter 7: War with the Germans. German embassadors.

They rank in the number of the gods those alone whom they behold, and by whose instrumentality they are obviously benefited, namely, the sun, fire, and the moon; they have not heard of the other deities even by report.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 21: The Germans: their gods and marriages.

Those who have remained chaste for the longest time, receive the greatest commendation among their people; they think that by this the growth is promoted, by this the physical powers are increased and the sinews are strengthened. And to have had knowledge of a woman before the twentieth year they reckon among the most disgraceful acts; of which matter there is no concealment, because they bathe promiscuously in the rivers and [only] use skins or small cloaks of deer's hides a large portion of the body being in consequence naked.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 21: The Germans: their gods and marriages.

They do not pay much attention to agriculture, and a large portion of their food consists in milk, cheese and flesh; nor has any one a fixed quantity of land or his own individual limits; but the magistrates and the leading men each year apportion to the tribes and families, who have united together, as much land as, and in the place in which, they think proper, and the year after compel them to remove elsewhere.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 22: The Germans: their agriculture.

To injure guests they regard as impious; they defend from wrong those who have come to them for any purpose whatever, and esteem them inviolable; to them the houses of all are open and maintenance is freely supplied.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 23: The Germans: their wars.

And there was formerly a time when the Gauls excelled the Germans in prowess, and waged war on them offensively, and, on account of the great number of their people and the insufficiency of their land, sent colonies over the Rhine.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 24: Previous wars between Gauls and Germans.

Moreover, besides the dangers from a sea tempestuous, horrid and unknown, who would relinquish Asia, or Africa, or Italy, to repair to Germany, a region hideous and rude, under a rigorous climate, dismal to behold or to manure unless the same were his native country?
Ger Chapter 2: Origin of the Germans

They have a tradition that Hercules also had been in their country, and him above all other heroes they extol in their songs when they advance to battle.
Ger Chapter 3: Hercules and Ulysses

Besides there are some of opinion, that Ulysses, whilst he wandered about in his long and fabulous voyages, was carried into this ocean and entered Germany, and that by him Asciburgium was founded and named, a city at this day standing and inhabited upon the bank of the Rhine: nay, that in the same place was formerly found an altar dedicated to Ulysses, with the name of his father Laertes added to his own, and that upon the confines of Germany and Rhaetia are still extant certain monuments and tombs inscribed with Greek characters.
Ger Chapter 3: Hercules and Ulysses

Hence amongst such a mighty multitude of men, the same make and form is found in all, eyes stern and blue, yellow hair, huge bodies, but vigorous only in the first onset
Ger Chapter 4: The German race

Their lands, however somewhat different in aspect, yet taken all together consist of gloomy forests or nasty marshes
Ger Chapter 5: The country

Silver and gold the Gods have denied them, whether in mercy or in wrath, I am unable to determine
Ger Chapter 5: The country

They carry javelins or, in their own language, framms, pointed with a piece of iron short and narrow, but so sharp and manageable, that with the same weapon they can fight at a distance or hand to hand, just as need requires
Ger Chapter 6: The army

The most glaring disgrace that can befall them, is to have quitted their shield; nor to one branded with such ignominy is it lawful to join in their sacrifices, or to enter into their assemblies; and many who have escaped in the day of battle, have hanged themselves to put an end to this their infamy.
Ger Chapter 6: The army

But to none else but the priests is it allowed to exercise correction, or to inflict bonds or stripes. Nor when the Priests do this, is the same considered as a punishment, or arising from the orders of the general, but from the immediate command of the Deity, Him whom they believe to accompany them in war.
Ger Chapter 6: The army

Their wounds and maims they carry to their mothers, or to their wives, neither are their mothers or wives shocked in telling, or in sucking their bleeding sores
Ger Chapter 7: Generals and soldiers

In history we find, that some armies already yielding and ready to fly, have been by the women restored, through their inflexible importunity and entreaty, presenting their breasts, and showing their impending captivity; an evil to the Germans then by far most dreadful when it befalls their women.
Ger Chapter 8: The women

To the use of lots and auguries, they are addicted beyond all other nations.
Ger Chapter 10: Omens and divining

But to this nation it is peculiar, to learn presages and admonitions divine from horses also. These are nourished by the State in the same sacred groves and woods, all milk-white and employed in no earthly labour. These yoked in the holy chariot, are accompanied by the Priest and the king, or the Chief the of Community, who both carefully observed his actions and neighing.
Ger Chapter 10: Omens and divining

They have likewise another method of divination, whence to learn the issue of great and mighty wars. From the nation with whom they are at war they contrive, it avails not how, to gain a captive: him they engage in combat with one selected from amongst themselves, each armed after the manner of his country, and according as the victory falls to this or to the other, gather a presage of the whole.
Ger Chapter 10: Omens and divining

Without being armed they transact nothing, whether of public or private concernment
Ger Chapter 13: Carrying weapons

In the day of battle, it is scandalous to the Prince to be surpassed in feats of bravery, scandalous to his followers to fail in matching the bravery of the Prince. But it is infamy during life, and indelible reproach, to return alive from a battle where their Prince was slain. To preserve their Prince, to defend him, and to ascribe to his glory all their own valorous deeds, is the sum and most sacred part of their oath.
Ger Chapter 14: On the battle-field

Since stupid and spiritless they account it, to acquire by their sweat what they can gain by their blood.
Ger Chapter 14: On the battle-field

For their covering a mantle is what they all wear, fastened with a clasp or, for want of it, with a thorn. As far as this reaches not they are naked, and lie whole days before the fire.
Ger Chapter 17: Their cloths

Yet the laws of matrimony are severely observed there; nor in the whole of their manners is aught more praiseworthy than this: for they are almost the only Barbarians contented with one wife, excepting a very few amongst them; men of dignity who marry divers wives, from no wantonness or lubricity, but courted for the lustre of their family into many alliances
Ger Chapter 18: Marriages

To the husband, the wife tenders no dowry; but the husband, to the wife
Ger Chapter 18: Marriages

To restrain generation and the increase of children, is esteemed an abominable sin, as also to kill infants newly born. And more powerful with them are good manners, than with other people are good laws.
Ger Chapter 19: Marriage and children

To refuse admitting under your roof any man whatsoever, is held wicked and inhuman. Every man receives every comer, and treats him with repasts as large as his ability can possibly furnish.
Ger Chapter 21: Feuds and friends

To continue drinking night and day without intermission, is a reproach to no man.
Ger Chapter 22: Life at home

For their drink, they draw a liquor from barley or other grain; and ferment the same, so as to make it resemble wine.
Ger Chapter 23: Food and drink

Playing at dice is one of their most serious employments.
Ger Chapter 23: Food and drink

The usual laziness of Germans.
Ger Chapter 45: Aestyans, amber and Sitones

While the gladiators were making their way to it in boats, the Germans swam and outstripped them. A considerable number, as it chanced, had effected the passage,
His Book II Chapter 35: Otho versus Vitellius. An island in the Padus

Their extreme eagerness for the water and their impatience of the heat weakened the constitutions of the Germans and Gauls, always liable to disease.
His Book II Chapter 93: Revolt of Vespasian. Vitellius' army

The Germans, a people who delight in war
His Book IV Chapter 16: The Batavian Uprise. The start

But the Germans, ..., do not obey orders, and cannot be controlled, but always act according to their own caprice
His Book IV Chapter 76: The Batavian Uprise. Conflict of opinions

The Gauls they urged to fight for freedom, the Batavi for glory, the Germans for plunder.
His Book IV Chapter 78: The Batavian Uprise. Cerialis victorious

Traitors and deserters they hang upon trees.
Ger Chapter 12: Justice

Cowards, and sluggards, and unnatural prostitutes they smother in mud and bogs under an heap of hurdles
Ger Chapter 12: Justice


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