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Livia Augusta, still alive at the time of the play, and there referred to as 'the great Augusta,' was mother of Tiberius and a Drusus (now dead) by a certain Tiberius Claudius Nero (not the Emperor Nero).
The female's two names are Drusus Castor and the male's two names are Drusus Pollux.
Sejanus had risen to power under the Roman emperor Tiberius, in part by murdering Tiberius's own son, Drusus.
On June 26 AD 4, Tiberius Claudius Nero, Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus, Nero Claudius Drusus, and M.
The city of Rome acquired prominent gardens in open areas, which became landmark structures, for instance, those in the area beyond the Tiber, the Horti Aboniani, Horti Pompeii superioris, Horti Maecenatiani; the gardens of Drusus, Lucullus, Cassius, Lamia, Sallust, Silius, Scapulas, Galba, and Regulus were in the
Livia, the wife of Drusus (138): Jonson, Sejanus (1603).
When a consul named Drusus, who had been pushing to extend citizenship to non-Roman Italians, was assassinated, the Italian cities formed a league and revolted against Rome.
The male who was happy to have his picture taken with a Roman soldier is Drusus Pollux.
1) Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, the son of Drusus, pontifex maximus, in his twelfth year of tribunician power, consul for the fifth time, imperator 27 times, father of his country, saw to it that, at his own expense, the aqua Claudia be brought from the 45th milestone, from the springs which are called Caeruleus and Curtius, and too the Anio Novus be brought from the 62nd milestone into the city of Rome.
Livius Drusus was also not a member of the senate in 91; and it may be that his circle was already talking about a change in the composition of the political elite by the addition of a more honest and a less financially fragile element.