Start time: 17:00 / End time: 18:30 / Date: 14 Nov 2017 / Venue: Walbank Lecture Theatre Abercromby SQ (south)
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This paper explores Tacitus' reputation, especially in the early modern period, as an historian who communicates skill in political perception. How Tacitus communicates perception is traced through his epigrammatic style, and the role of the epigram or sententia in 1st century AD rhetorical culture.
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