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When Tiberius' measure was about to be read to Tht Senate the Tribal Assembly,
a fellow-tribune named M. Octavius imposed has re- silence upon the clerk.7 But
Tiberius, far from accepting this rebuff, course to a nQW prepare(j for a triai of ...
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'
That Tiberius was not merely shamming reluctance to office may be inferred from
some of his own confessions, as in Suetonius xxiv. I ("belua est imperium"); ibid.
Ixvii. I ; and Tacitus vi. 6. I (a letter to the Senate revealing a condition of ...
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