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The author of this document, Tacitus, was a part of the Roman conquest of Britain under the command of Agricola, who was his father in law. He wasn’t a Briton, though, and therefore probably did not hear the speech which Galgacus made to his troops. This passage doesn’t tell you much at all about how the British people felt about the Romans and their attempted conquest, but it can tell you about how Romans felt about those same conquests. After reading this passage, what can you say that Tacitus thought about Roman imperialism? Back up your argument with points from the text.
Document 6.2 Galgacus, “On Roman Imperialism,” from Tacitus’, “Life of Cnaeus Julius Agricola,” (98 c.e.)
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Maps of the Roman Empire https://d1lexza0zk46za.cloudfront.net/coursepacks/history/wciv19/docs/03_RomanEmpire.pdf

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