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Unformatted text preview: Does he approve of Britons who accepted Roman culture? Tacitus agreed with Agricolas methods of Romanizing British tribes. He thought that everyone should have Roman influence. 5. What are the Scottish leader Calgacus criticisms of Roman rule? Does Tacitus intend us to think that his complaints are justified? How might Roman readers react to Calgacus speech? He sees the Romans as menaces. I believe the complaints are supposed to be justified by governmental tyranny. Roman readers should be proud for the effect theyve had on Britain, yet mildly offended that their efforts are not accepted. 6. How does Agricola rally his army for battle, and is his speech as heroic as the one by Calgacus? What are the Romans fighting for? Agricola tries to bash the character of the Romans. The Romans want to fight for property and pride. Agricolas speech was much more convincing than that of Calgacus....
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '08 term at Christopher Newport University.
- Spring '08