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The name Tacitus is generally used to refer to one of two people. It is most frequently used to mean the Roman historian Gaius Cornelius Tacitus (circa AD 56 - circa AD 120).

Less frequently, it is used to mean his descendant, the Roman emperor Marcus Claudius Tacitus (circa AD 200 - AD 276), who ruled from 275 to 276 AD

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