Tacitus Suetonius And Dio Cassius

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Despite these contrasting accounts of Augustus given by Tacitus, Suetonius and Dio Cassius, numerous historiographical complexity are faced in general when studying famous ancient figures, as authors can develop their own interpretations of events that occurred and offer an argument or point of view in an effort to persuade other individuals. However, because Dio Cassius was a well renowned politician as well as a noted Roman historian and Tacitus was a senator and historian who came from a Roman family that might have been strongly in support of traditions, with Suetonius being a quiet, studious and dedicated Roman biographer, it is easy to argue that they might be biased. This is further articulated as Dio Cassius who wrote in the late second

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