Definition of Tacitus in English:

Tacitus

proper noun

  • (c. 56–120), Roman historian; full name Publius (or Gaius) Cornelius Tacitus. His "Annals" (covering the years 14–68) and "Histories" (69–96) are major works on the history of the Roman Empire.

Pronunciation:

Tacitus

/ˈtasədəs/