Tacitus and C. Licinius Mucianus

William Henry Furness Altman

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Resumo: Baseando-se nas ideias de Ronald Syme sobre a simpatia de Tácito por Marcelo Éprio, assim como no trabalho de Dylan Sailor, que revela a postura crítica do historiador em relação a Helvídio Prisco, este artigo mostra por que a descrição de Muciano é importante tanto para combinar quanto para confirmar essas duas vertentes interpretativas. Apresentado como “criador de reis” a Vespasiano, Muciano – ou melhor, o retrato que Tácito faz dele – revela-se um guia crucial, embora negligenciado, para os métodos e as simpatias do historiador cuja carreira dependia da Dinastia Flaviana e que decidiu contar seus feitos em suas Histórias.

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Tacitus Histories Vespasian

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17074/cpc.v1i39.34563

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