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On the Life and Character of Julius Agricola, also called The Life and Death of Julius Agricola or just "The Agricola", is a biography of Gnaeus Julius Agricola. This work was written by his son-in-law, Publius Cornelius Tacitus, in 98 AC.

In addition to describing Agricola's life, it also describes the geography and society of Ancient Britain and criticizes the flaws that Tacitus saw in Roman Society.

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An 1876 translation can be found here.


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