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  • .... He succeeded [[Augustus]], his adoptive father. Before becoming Emperor, Tiberius was a successful military commender, serving first in the east and later in ...vil war in which he defeated [[Mark Antony]].<ref>Shotter, David (2004). ''Tiberius Caesar'', 2nd edition (1st edition in 1992). London: Routledge. pp. 4&ndash
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  • '''Tiberius Claudius Cogidubnus''' or '''Togidubnus''' was a [[Great Britain|British]] ...ir own expense for the protection of the Divine House, on the authority of Tiberius Claudius Cogidubnus, great king of Britain (or "of Britons"). [...]dens, so
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  • .... He succeeded [[Augustus]], his adoptive father. Before becoming Emperor, Tiberius was a successful military commender, serving first in the east and later in ...vil war in which he defeated [[Mark Antony]].<ref>Shotter, David (2004). ''Tiberius Caesar'', 2nd edition (1st edition in 1992). London: Routledge. pp. 4&ndash
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  • ...]] from A.D. 37 to 41. Born in A.D. 12, he was aged 24 when he succeeded [[Tiberius]] as Emperor. Four years later he was the victim of a political coup and wa ...ons including Caligula (Nero and Drusus). Germanicus, who was adopted by [[Tiberius]] at Augutus' behest, was a popular figure and from A.D. 13 was commander o
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  • '''Tiberius Claudius Cogidubnus''' or '''Togidubnus''' was a [[Great Britain|British]] ...ir own expense for the protection of the Divine House, on the authority of Tiberius Claudius Cogidubnus, great king of Britain (or "of Britons"). [...]dens, so
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  • ...d in the suppression of a slave revolt in [[Apulia]] during the reign of [[Tiberius]], probably in 24, alongside [[Marcus Aelius Celer]]. He was suffect [[cons ...known world. They were persuaded after Claudius's freedman and secretary [[Tiberius Claudius Narcissus|Narcissus]] addressed them: seeing a former slave in pla
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  • ...creating a community which was popular amongst Rome's elite. The Emperor [[Tiberius]] died at Misenum in A.D. 37.<ref>Webster, Graham (1998). ''The Roman Imper
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  • ...lt that the family were the heirs of [[Augustus]], who had himself adopted Tiberius. Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus died in A.D. 39 and Agrippina was exiled the s ...f his new status, on 25 February A.D. 50 Lucius officially became known as Tiberius Claudius Nero Caesar. Nero married Octavia, the daughter of the Emperor, in
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  • ...ary camp at the Northern frontiers of the [[Roman Empire]] in the reign of Tiberius, becoming a ''munidicipium'' in the second century AD. Excavations have exp
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  • When Augustus died in 14 A.D., he was succeeded by his step-son Tiberius. ===Tiberius (r. 14-37) ===
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  • *578 to 582 Tiberius II adopted by Justin II *582 to 602 Maurice son-in-law of Tiberius II
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