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According to Tacitus in his book Germania ( chapter 30 ), they were disciplined warriors famed for their infantry, who ( unusually for Germanic tribes ) used trenching tools and carried provisions when at war.
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According to Tacitus, they drew inspiration from the example of Arminius, the prince of the Cherusci who had driven the Romans out of Germany in AD 9, and their own ancestors who had driven Julius Caesar from Britain.
According to Tacitus, he amassed a force including his own Legio XIV Gemina, some vexillationes ( detachments ) of the XX Valeria Victrix, and any available auxiliaries.
According to Tacitus in his Annals, Boudica poisoned herself, though in the Agricola which was written almost twenty years prior he mentions nothing of suicide and attributes the end of the revolt to socordia (" indolence "); Dio says she fell sick and died and then was given a lavish burial ; though this may be a convenient way to remove her from the story.
According to Tacitus, Mucianus was not keen on this prospect but since he considered Domitian a liability in any capacity that was entrusted to him, he preferred to keep him close at hand rather than in Rome.
According to Tacitus, the Huns of Kushan were already in the Turan lowlands of Atyrau Province by 91AD.
According to Tacitus ( ii. 97 ), his rule was " infamous and odious " but according to Suetonius ( Vesp.
According to the First Century Roman historian Tacitus, she died by poisoning herself so she would not be enslaved by the Roman governor, Suetonius Paulinus.
According to German philologist Maximilian Ihm ( 1863 – 1909 ), Tacitus writes that the Chatti were hostile and subjugated the Cherusci but were " pacified " between 4 and 6 CE.
According to Tacitus, they found heaps of bleached bones and severed skulls nailed to trees, which they buried, "... looking on all as kinsfolk and of their own blood ...".
According to Tacitus, writing a generation later, these were in fact the original tribe to be called Germani, and all other uses of the term extended from them.
According to Tacitus, among them were the Batavians, until an internal quarrel drove them out, to take up new lands at the mouth of the Rhine.
According to Tacitus ( Annals 14. 35 ), Boudica, queen of the Iceni and a number of other tribes in a formidable uprising against the occupying Roman forces, addressed her troops from a chariot in AD 61:
According to Tacitus, as Lucan bled to death, "( he ) recalled some poetry he had composed in which he had told the story of a wounded soldier dying a similar kind of death, and he recited the very lines.
According to Tacitus ( Annals 1, 51 ), an area 50 Roman miles wide was laid to waste with fire and sword: " No sex, no age found pity.
According to John Lindow, Andy Orchard, and Rudolf Simek the einherjar are commonly connected to the Harii, a Germanic tribe attested by Tacitus in his 1st century CE work Germania.
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According to J. P. Mallory, in his 1989 book In Search of the Indo-Europeans, the hypothesis was also inspired by a Basque place-name ending in-adze.
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According to the book, the Prophet Jeremiah was a son of a priest from Anatot in the land of Benjamin, who lived in the last years of the Kingdom of Judah just prior to, during, and immediately after the siege of Jerusalem, culminating in the destruction of Solomon's Temple and the raiding of the city by Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon.
According to the book, for a quarter century prior to the destruction, Jeremiah repeatedly issued prophecies predicting God's forthcoming judgment ; advocating the Israelites to put down their idols and repent in hopes of turning away God's judgment and fulfilling their destiny as His chosen people.
According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, " a comparison of the Masoretic text with the Septuagint throws some light on the last phase in the history of the origin of the Book of Jeremiah, inasmuch as the translation into Greek was already under way before the work on the Hebrew book had come to an end ...
According to the book of Ezra-Nehemiah they did so under the joint leadership of a descendant of the last king and the last High Priest, rebuilding the Temple and reconstituting Judah ( now called Yehud ) as a holy community ruled by priests.
According to early tradition, this book was composed near the end of Domitian's reign, around the year 95 AD.
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According to the information given in the book, Ezekiel ben-Buzi was born into a priestly family of Jerusalem c. 623 BCE, during the reign of the reforming king Josiah.
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According to Bernal Díaz del Castillo, a conquistador serving under Cortés who recorded his experiences in his book The Conquest of New Spain, the supposed plot was revealed by two men, named Tapia and Juan Velásquez.
According to Richard Dawkins in his book The Ancestor's Tale, chimps and bonobos may be descended from Australopithecus.
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According to Jesuit scholar Joseph Fitzmyer, the book, " overwhelms the reader by the density and sublimity of the topic with which it deals, the gospel of the justification and salvation of Jew and Greek alike by the grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ, revealing the uprightness and love of God the father.
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