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09.21.09 notes - 09.21.09 Tiberius leaves Rome and settles...

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09.21.09 Tiberius leaves Rome and settles upon the island of Capri Never reentered the city of Rome Tactitus says that Seianus persuaded him, possibly Seianus tempts to get rid of the three sons of Germanicus o He gets Nero and Drusus into trouble with tiberious o He is also making trouble with agripina, the wife of germanicus o He is trying to clear the way so he can take power Nero is the son of the younger Agrippina Agrippina marries her uncle Claudius (who becomes emperor) Pg 195 : reference to Marriage of Agrippina (daughter of Germanicus) Julia is forced marry Agrippa (He dies ) 2 nd Marriage o Then Julia is forced to marry Tiberious, very unsuccessful marriage o Augustus has three options Tiberious Drusus Germanicus Chapter 16-19 o Germanicus was a very successful General o Allyicum (Albania, ugoslavia, Hungary)
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Chapter 28 : Treason Trials o Tacitus sees the treason trials as an obstruction of justice o Tiberious: does not allow treason trials based on slander against himself or his family
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2010 for the course CLAS 208 taught by Professor Baron during the Spring '10 term at McGill.

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