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on the coinage which bore confronting busts of herself and Nero on the obverse,
with the legend 'Agripp(ina) Aug(usta) divi Claud(ii uxor) Neronis Caes(aris)
mater'; Nero's name and titles were banished to the reverse. Seneca and Burrus
Having thrown off all restraint in this field, Nero was encouraged to indulge his
less reputable desires and rid himself of any who stood in his way: in 62 treason
trials started again. When Burrus died, possibly a natural death, Nero appointed ...
312] 14. sources for nero (a.d. 54-6 8 ). The chief literary sources are Tacitus,
Annals xiii-xvi (to a.d. 66 only); Suetonius, Nero; Dio Cassius, bri— lxiii.
Documents: M. P. Charlesworth, Docum. IUustr. the Reigns of Claudius and Nero
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