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Tiberius British & World English

(42 bc-ad 37), Roman emperor ad 14-37; full name Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus. The adopted successor of his stepfather and father-in-law Augustus, he became increasingly tyrannical and his reign was marked by a growing number of treason trials and executions

Tiberius New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(42 bc–ad 37), Roman emperor ad 14–37; Latin name Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus

Gracchus British & World English

Tiberius Sempronius (circa 163–133 bc) and his brother Gaius Sempronius (circa 153–121 bc), Roman tribunes; known as the Gracchi. They were responsible for radical social and economic legislation, especially concerning the redistribution of land to the poor

Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus in Tiberius British & World English

(42 bc-ad 37), Roman emperor ad 14-37; full name Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus. The adopted successor of his stepfather and father-in-law Augustus, he became increasingly tyrannical and his reign was marked by a growing number of treason trials and executions

Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus in Tiberius New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(42 bc–ad 37), Roman emperor ad 14–37; Latin name Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus

Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus in Claudius British & World English

(10 bc-ad 54), Roman emperor 41-54; full name Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus. His reign was noted for its restoration of order after Caligula’s decadence and for its expansion of the Empire, in particular the invasion of Britain in ad 43. His fourth wife, Agrippina, is said to have poisoned him

Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus in Claudius New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(10 bc–ad 54), Roman emperor 41–54; full name Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus