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Her third son Gaius was kept at Capreae, practically a prisoner. Tiberius still
devoted care to public affairs. He alleviated a f1nancial crisis in 33 due to
shortage of currency by establishing a loan-fund of one hundred million
sesterces from ...
(musculi) or reflects the wildness of Gaius' mind must remain uncertain. Thus it is
possible to believe that he planned some serious movements against Germany
and Britain or that he merely indulged in some fantastic parades. At any rate he ...
andria sent deputations to Gaius, that of the Jews being led by the philosopher
and theologian Philo. When the deputations reached Italy they heard that Gaius
had ordered that a statue of himself should be set up in the temple at Jerusalem:
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