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According and Tacitus
According to Tacitus ( Annals 3. 14. 1 ), the prosecution could not prove the poisoning charge, but other charges of treason seemed likely to stick and Piso committed suicide.
According to Tacitus, Agrippina ’ s eldest daughter Agrippina the Younger had written memoirs for posterity.
According to Tacitus, in 58, Nero became involved with the noble woman Poppaea Sabina.
According to Tacitus, Boudica was flogged and her daughters were raped.
According to Tacitus, they drew inspiration from the example of Arminius, the prince of the Cherusci who had driven the Romans out of Germany in AD 9, and their own ancestors who had driven Julius Caesar from Britain.
According to Tacitus, he amassed a force including his own Legio XIV Gemina, some vexillationes ( detachments ) of the XX Valeria Victrix, and any available auxiliaries.
According to Tacitus in his Annals, Boudica poisoned herself, though in the Agricola which was written almost twenty years prior he mentions nothing of suicide and attributes the end of the revolt to socordia (" indolence "); Dio says she fell sick and died and then was given a lavish burial ; though this may be a convenient way to remove her from the story.
According to Tacitus, Mucianus was not keen on this prospect but since he considered Domitian a liability in any capacity that was entrusted to him, he preferred to keep him close at hand rather than in Rome.
According to Tacitus, the Huns of Kushan were already in the Turan lowlands of Atyrau Province by 91AD.
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 to Tacitus, 10, 000 Britons and 360 Romans are killed.
According to German philologist Maximilian Ihm ( 1863 – 1909 ), Tacitus writes that the Chatti were hostile and subjugated the Cherusci but were " pacified " between 4 and 6 CE.
According to Tacitus, they found heaps of bleached bones and severed skulls nailed to trees, which they buried, "... looking on all as kinsfolk and of their own blood ...".
According to Tacitus, writing a generation later, these were in fact the original tribe to be called Germani, and all other uses of the term extended from them.
According to Tacitus, among them were the Batavians, until an internal quarrel drove them out, to take up new lands at the mouth of the Rhine.
According to Tacitus in his book Germania ( chapter 30 ), they were disciplined warriors famed for their infantry, who ( unusually for Germanic tribes ) used trenching tools and carried provisions when at war.
According to Tacitus ( Annals 14. 35 ), Boudica, queen of the Iceni and a number of other tribes in a formidable uprising against the occupying Roman forces, addressed her troops from a chariot in AD 61:
According to Tacitus, as Lucan bled to death, "( he ) recalled some poetry he had composed in which he had told the story of a wounded soldier dying a similar kind of death, and he recited the very lines.
According to Tacitus however, Suilius's accusations did not hold up under scrutiny.
According to Tacitus ( Annals 1, 51 ), an area 50 Roman miles wide was laid to waste with fire and sword: " No sex, no age found pity.
According to John Lindow, Andy Orchard, and Rudolf Simek the einherjar are commonly connected to the Harii, a Germanic tribe attested by Tacitus in his 1st century CE work Germania.
According to Tacitus, like the Persians, the Sarmatians wore long, flowing robes ( ch 17 ).
According to the ancient historian Tacitus, Sejanus was also a former favourite of the wealthy Marcus Gavius Apicius, whose daughter may have been Sejanus ' first wife Apicata.

According and Nero
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 a popular, but untrue legend, Nero fiddled as the city burned.
According to Teichmann, Ferber once described Woollcott as " a New Jersey Nero who has mistaken his pinafore for a toga.
According to Suetonius, Nero lost interest in Lucan and Lucan responded by writing insulting poems about Nero that Nero continued to ignore.
According to Cassius Dio, Terentius Maximus resembled Nero in voice and appearance and, like him, sang to the lyre.
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 it, Nero ordered Seneca's wife to be saved.
According to Tacitus, Nero targeted Christian s as those responsible for the fire.
According to Tacitus, upon hearing news of the fire, Nero rushed back to Rome to organize a relief effort, which he paid for from his own funds.
According to Tacitus, some in the population held Nero responsible, as soon after he built himself a huge house in the center of Rome called the " Golden House ".
According to Tacitus, Nero ordered Christians to be thrown to dogs, while others were crucified or burned to serve as lights.
According to Baring-Gould, Holmes and Adler's union produced one son, Nero Wolfe, who would follow in his father's footsteps as a detective.
According to Suetonius, while she was awaiting the birth of her second child in the summer of 65, she quarreled fiercely with Nero over his spending too much time at the races.
According to department legend, Nero is the canine depicted on the seal, and may have been the origin ( or at least the inspiration ) of the term " Watchdog of the Treasury ".
According to Audible's website, they can be burned to CD using Apple's iTunes and some versions of Nero.
According to John McAleer's Edgar Award-winning Rex Stout: A Biography ( 1977 ), it was the influence of Adamic that led Rex Stout to make his fictional detective Nero Wolfe a native of Montenegro, in what was then Yugoslavia.
According to Church tradition, it was during the reign of Nero that Peter and Paul were martyred in Rome.
According to Suetonius, years later Nero would have nightmares about his mother and Octavia.

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