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Edition: Cornelius Tacitus. Lisa Cerrato, ed. Germany and its Tribes. Perseus Project. Tufts University (Medford), undated.

A reprint of "Germany and Its Tribes" from Moses Hadas, ed. The Complete Works of Tacitus. The Modern Library. Random House (New York), 1928 (Reprinted 1942).

A reprint of "Germany and Its Tribes" from Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb's The Agricola and Germany of Tacitus Translated into English. Macmillan & Co. (London), 1868 (Revised 1877, Reprinted 1899).

A translation from the Latin of Publius Cornelius Tacitus's De origine et situ Germanorum. c. 98 (preserved in the Codex Hersfeldensis of 830 x 850, itself preserved in the Codex Latinus Aesinas 8 of c. 1474).
Source: Perseus Digital Library
Contributor(s): User:Nicknack009
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Gah. What a mess. Straightened it out as much as I could and added above. Any idea how to find out when Perseus posted their edition? — LlywelynII 07:03, 3 June 2015 (UTC)