Oxford: Claredon Press, 1967.
Hardcover. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Later printing. Two volumes in green cloth with gilt spines, original dust jackets. Books are as-new; dust jackets are lightly sunned at the spines, with a little wear to the top edges. Syme places Tacitus in his social and political context, presenting him as "not merely a writer of genius but a senator and consul, a man familiar with empire and government."