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As a .contribution to Roman military reform Tiberius' land law its meritt was totally
inadequate. As a means of checking the decline in the and de- numbers of the
free cultivators it could have no more than a transient fai"**"- effect. So long as ...
His main argument is that Scipio Aemilianus, the real champion of Roman
military interests, was opposed to Tiberius. But Scipio's opposition was not so
much to the objects as to the methods of Tiberius' legislation. 6 That Tiberius'
In 1 1 B.C. Augustus ^required Tiberius (much against his stepson's will) to
renounce his wife, a daughter of Agrippa by an earlier marriage, in order to
become the third husband of Julia ; and he married Drusus to his niece Antonia,
a daughter ...
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