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Though Tiberius refused his request to be allowed to marry Livilla in 25 after
divorcing his wife, he made skilful use of the treason law to strike down a number
of potential enemies and began to implant in Tiberius' mind jealous fears of ...
Tiberius' victims certainly included young Drusus, the son of Germanicus, and
possibly also the boy's mother, Agrippina who is said to have starved herself to
death on the island to which she had been banished. Her third son Gaius was
The chief literary sources are Velleius Paterculus, ii, 123-13 1, a contemporary
who is favourable to Tiberius; Tacitus, Annals, I- VI (most of book v is lost), edited
by H. Furneaux, revised ed., 1907; Suetonius, Tiberius; Dio Cassius, lvii-lviii.
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