Emperor Tiberius #2 - The Unwilling Emperor

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Ludvig Jungeström
by SPQR History
published on 24 November 2019
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Tiberius the second emperor of Rome. He went thru many changes of fortune in his life - he was the stepson of Augustus however never the preferred heir.

Born 43 BC, into a very distinguished Nobel-family in Rome, the Claudii. Throughout his life, he was granted many privileges by his step-father Augustus, he accompanied him during his peace talk with the Parthians, where Augustus was able to recover the lost standards that were lost at the battle of Carrhae by Crassus.

Tiberius also proved to be a very able commander and served with distinction on the northern frontier, he was well-liked by the soldiers.

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