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GERMANICUS Although all was quiet on the home front, two mutinies broke out
among the troops on the Danube and the Rhine. These arose from grievances
about terms of service (more pay, shorter terms of service and less bullying by ...
SEJANUS The death of Germanicus had conveniently opened up the path to the
principate for Tiberius' own son Drusus who hitherto had been loyally willing to
play second fiddle to his cousin Germanicus whom he liked. Although allegedly ...
On the relations of Germanicus and Drusus see W. Allen, TAPA, 194.1, 1 ff, and
M. Stuart, CI. Ph. 1940, 64 ff. [p. 279] 3 the northern campaigns op germanicus.
For an evaluation of these see E. Koestermann, Historia, 1957, 429 ff. [p. 281] 4.
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