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114-15; Dio Cassius, 37, 7a. Cf. A. H. M.Jones, CERP, 157 ff., 202 ff., 258 ff.; D.
Magie, RRAM, ch. xv. [p. 107] CHAPTER VI 1. sources for 66- 50 B.C. The
narrative for these years is given by Appian (BC, 2. 1-35), Dio Cassius (books 36-
The seriousness of his conspiracy (or even its existence) has been variously
assessed (in the letter from Capreae, as recorded by Dio Cassius, Sejanus is not
specifically charged with a plot to murder Tiberius). Thus F. B. Marsh (The Reign
The chief literary sources are Tacitus, Ann. xi-xii (= a.d. 47-54), the books
covering the early part of the reign being lost; Suetonius, Divus Claudius; Dio
Cassius, lx; Seneca, ad Polybium, Apocolocyntosis; Josephus, Bell. Iud. ii, 204,
Ant. Iud. xix ...
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