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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 ...
It was soon learnt that his brother Nero was dead, thanks no doubt to Sejanus.
When he entered his consulship in 3 1 Sejanus is said to have received
proconsular imperium, but when Tiberius resigned his consulship in May
Sejanus had to ...
286] 9a. sejanus. On his family and friends see Z. Stewart, AJP, 1953, 70 ff. and F
. Adams, AJP, 1955, 70 ff.; see further R. Sealey, Phoenix, 1961, 97 ff. for his
political attachments. The seriousness of his conspiracy (or even its existence)
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
The Growth of Romes Empire
The Senatorial Government
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