Tacitus Quote

On the whole, one would say that their strength is in their infantry, which fights along with the cavalry; admirably adapted to the action of the latter is the swiftness of certain foot soldiers, who are picked from the entire youth of their country, and stationed in front of the line.


Chapter 6 - Germania (98)

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On the whole, one would say that their strength is in their infantry, which fights along with the cavalry; admirably adapted to the action of the...

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On the whole, one would say that their strength is in their infantry, which fights along with the cavalry; admirably adapted to the action of the...

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On the whole, one would say that their strength is in their infantry, which fights along with the cavalry; admirably adapted to the action of the...

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On the whole, one would say that their strength is in their infantry, which fights along with the cavalry; admirably adapted to the action of the...