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According to Suetonius, Agrippina had a strict upbringing and education.
According to Suetonius who had cited from Pliny the Elder, Agrippina had borne to Germanicus, a son called Gaius Julius Caesar who had a lovable character.
According to Suetonius, Caligula nursed a rumor that Augustus and Julia the Elder had an incestuous union from which Agrippina the Elder had been born.
According to Suetonius, Domitius was a wealthy man with a despicable and dishonest character, who, according to Suetonius, was “ A man who was in every aspect of his life detestable ", and served as consul in 32.
According to Suetonius, Nero was annoyed at his mother being too watchful and tried three times to poison Agrippina, but she took the antidotes in time and survived.
According to Suetonius in his De vita Caesarum ( The Lives of the Twelve Caesars ), written in the first century CE, the emperor Augustus sometimes presented old and exotic coins to friends and courtiers during festivals and other special occasions.
According to an anecdote preserved by Suetonius, Caesar did not deny that Catullus's lampoons left an indelible stain on his reputation, but when Catullus apologized, he invited the poet for dinner the very same day.
According to Suetonius, Agrippina won out through her feminine wiles.
According to Suetonius, in the first year of Caligula's reign he squandered 2, 700, 000, 000 sesterces that Tiberius had amassed.
According to Suetonius, Caligula's body was placed under turf until it was burned and entombed by his sisters.
According to Suetonius, he was the first Roman Emperor who had demanded to be addressed as dominus et deus ( master and god ).
According to Suetonius, he even wrote a book on the subject of hair care.
According to Suetonius, the imperial bureaucracy never ran more efficiently than under Domitian, whose exacting standards and suspicious nature maintained historically low corruption among provincial governors and elected officials.
According to Suetonius, some were convicted for corruption or treason, others on trivial charges, which Domitian justified through his suspicion:
According to Suetonius, Domitian worshipped Minerva as his protector goddess with superstitious veneration.
According to Suetonius, a number of omens had foretold Domitian's death.
According to Suetonius, the people of Rome met the news of Domitian's death with indifference, but the army was much grieved, calling for his deification immediately after the assassination, and in several provinces rioting.
According to Suetonius, Domitian wholly feigned his interest in arts and literature, and never bothered to acquaint himself with classic authors.
According to Suetonius, Domitia Longina was exiled in 83 because of an affair with a famous actor named Paris.
According to Suetonius, a physician later established that only one wound, the second one to his chest, had been lethal.
According to Suetonius, he was known for his cruelty and debauchery through his perversion on the island of Capri where he forced young boys and girls into orgies.
According to Tacitus ( ii. 97 ), his rule was " infamous and odious " but according to Suetonius ( Vesp.
According to the First Century Roman historian Tacitus, she died by poisoning herself so she would not be enslaved by the Roman governor, Suetonius Paulinus.

According and Claudius
According to Vincent Scramuzza and others, Claudius began work on a history of the Civil Wars that was either too truthful or too critical of Octavian.
According to Cassius Dio Claudius became very sickly and thin by the end of Caligula's reign, most likely due to stress.
" According to some records, the original seventh letter, ⟨ z ⟩, had been purged from the Latin alphabet somewhat earlier in the 3rd century BC by the Roman censor Appius Claudius, who found it distasteful and foreign.
According to some historians, he was the leader of the army who won the great Battle of Naissus, while the majority believes that the victory must be attributed to his successor Claudius II.
According to Aurelius Victor and Zonaras, on hearing the news of Gallienus ' death, the Senate at Rome ordered the execution of his family ( including his brother Valerianus and son Marinianus ) and their supporters, just before receiving a message from Claudius to spare their lives and deify his predecessor.
According to Suetonius, Claudius divorced her in 24 on grounds of adultery by Plautia and his suspicions of her involvement in the murder of her sister-in-law Apronia.
According to Suetonius, he was born with the praenomen Decimus, but it was later changed to Nero-an unusual example of using a second cognomen as a praenomen rather than an agnomen: " Nero " was a traditional cognomen of the Claudius family, whereas " Drusus " originally belonged to the Livius dynasty.
According to Claudius Ptolemy in his work Almagest, this gave rise to an era beginning noon on February 26, 747 BC when the Anno Nabonassari began, but prior to the hellenistic period there is no trace of this era.
According to his 2007 programme CV, Warner's other work for the theatre has included The Great Exhibition at Hampstead Theatre ( February 1972 ); I, Claudius at the Queen's Theatre ( July 1972 ); A Feast of Snails at the Lyric Theatre ( February 2002 ); Where There's a Will at the Theatre Royal, Bath ; King Lear at Chichester Festival Theatre ( in 2005, see details below ); and also Major Barbara on Broadway.
According to Suetonius, Claudius divorced Paetina for slight offenses.
According to Valerius Maximus, Suetonius and Cicero, Claudius threw them into the sea, ut biberent, quando esse nollent (" so that they might drink, since they refused to eat ").
According to the poet Rutilius Claudius Namatianus, the general Flavius Stilicho ( died AD 408 ) burned them, as they were used to attack his government.
According to, before Paul meets them in Corinth, they were part of a group of Jews whom the Emperor Claudius ordered expelled from Rome ; if this edict of the Emperor can be dated, then we would be able to infer when Paul arrived in Corinth.
According to the geographer Claudius Ptolemy, the indigenes were the powerful Turdetani, in the valley of the Guadalquivir in the west, bordering on Lusitania, and the partly Hellenized Turduli with their city Baelon, in the hinterland behind the coastal Phoenician trading colonies, whose Punic inhabitants Ptolemy termed the " Bastuli ".
Bruun argues that within § 34 of Pro Caelio Cicero powerfully employs “ the oratorical technique of “ personification ” or “ speech in character ” ( prosopopeia ) and for a while pretended, apparently both by gestures and by voice, to be one of Clodia ’ s most famous ancestors, the censor Appius Claudius Caecus .” According to Bruun, Appius proclaims to have spurred three major civic accomplishments, while for each Cicero attempts to point out a reason why Clodia should be ashamed of herself for immorality connected with the Appian works.
According to Claudius Ptolemy, Diogenes, a merchant in the Indian trade, was blown off course from his usual route from India, and after travelling 25 days south along the African coast arrived at Rhapta, located where the river of the same name enters the Indian Ocean opposite the island of Menouthis.
According to Suetonius, Drusus was a direct descendant of the consul and censor Appius Claudius Caecus.
According to Hamlet, she scarcely mourned her husband's death before marrying Claudius.
According to Suetonius, Claudius sailed from Boulogne, and it is usually assumed that the main force under Plautius sailed from the same place, but it is possible that Plautius's forces sailed from the mouth of the Rhine, which Strabo names as a point of departure used for crossings to Britain in the early 1st century ; ships commonly sailed along the coast of Belgic Gaul to the territory of the Morini, before taking a relatively short open-sea crossing to Britain.
According to Josephus the emperor Claudius in AD 42 confirmed Agrippa I in the possession of Abila of Lysanias already bestowed upon him by Caligula, elsewhere described as Abila, which had formed the tetrarchy of Lysanias.

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