26_Tiberius - Tiberius Claudius Nero, born 42 BC 27-24:...

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Tiberius Claudius Nero, born 42 BC 27-24 : commander in Spain 22 : prosecutes conspirators 20 : Parthian standards 16 : praetor 15 : victory over German Vindelici 14 : consul 12 : Triumph refused by
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Tiberius , born 42 BC 11 : Forced to divorce Vipsania and marry Julia 12-9 : successful campaigns in Pannonia 6 : Tiberius retires… 4 AD: Augustus adopts Tiberius, Gaius and Lucius , born 20 and 17 BC 9 : Gaius and Lucius are named principes iuventutis” 5 : Gaius consul designate for 1 BC 2 : Lucius consul designate for 3
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Tiberius Claudius Nero Germanicus ( 15 BC - 19 AD )
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Octavia Livia == Augustus Antonia == Drusus Tiberius == Julia == Agrippa G e r m a n i c u s == Agrippina Julia Lucius Gaius Agrippa Postumus Caligula
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Tiberiu s Germanic us August us
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Tacitus, Annals, 1.11-13 on the succession After this all prayers were addressed to Tiberius . He, on his part, urged various considerations, such as the greatness of the empire, and his distrust of himself. " Only ," he said, "the intellect of the Divine Augustus was equal to such a burden. Called as he had been by him to share his anxieties, he had learnt by experience how exposed to the whims of Fortune was the task of universal rule. Consequently, in a state that had the support of so many great men, they should not put everything on one man, as many would more easily discharge public functions by uniting their efforts." But in such words there was more dignitas than fides . Tiberius ' language was always hesitant and obscure , even in matters that he did not care to conceal, either from nature or habit, and now that he was struggling to hide his feelings completely, it was all the more wrapped in uncertainty and doubt . The Senators , however, whose only fear was that they might be seen to truly understand him, burst into complaints, tears, and prayers . They raised their hands to the gods, to the statue of Augustus, and to the knees of Tiberius…
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