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English: Drawing of the Roman historian Cornelius Tacitus by an unknown illustrator, based on an antique bust. ( reference)
Original caption: TACITUS, THE HISTORIAN / This great man was one of the chief ornaments of the reigns of Vespasian and later emperors. His friendship with Pliny is famous.
Date 1920
Source Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount; Thompson, Holland; Petrie, William Matthew Flinders, Sir. The book of history. A history of all nations from the earliest times to the present, with over 8,000 illustrations. Volume 7: The Roman empire. (1920). New York: Grolier Society. p. 2741.

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Author Unknown. Published by the Grolier Society.
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