Drusus

Nero Claudius Drusus (38 BCE-9 BCE), son of Livia and brother of Tiberius, stepson to Augustus; called 'Drusus the Elder'; he fathered Germanicus and Claudius; he was popular with the Roman people; he was skilled militarily and fought against hte Raetians and in Germania; he died because of injuries sustained after falling off of his horse in 9 BCE...
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Drusus

Tiberius Drusus Julius Caesar (13 BCE-23 CE), son of Tiberius; called 'Drusus the Younger'; made joint consul with Tiberius in 21 CE; husband to Livia Julia; he was poisoned in 23 CE by Livia Julia and Sejanus.
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Drusus

Drusus (drOO'sus) , Roman family of the gens Livius. An early distinguished member was Marcus Livius Drusus,. d. 109? B.C., tribune of the people (122) with Caius Sempronius Gracchus (see under Gracchi). As a member of the senatorial party he led a successful attack on Gracchus by making more ex...
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Drusus

Drusus was the name of several distinguished Romans, among whom were:
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Drusus

Drusus was a cognomen in Ancient Rome originating with the Livii. Under the Republic, it was the intellectual property and diagnostic of the Livii Drusi. Under the empire and owing to the influence of an empress, Livia Drusilla, the name was used for a branch of the Claudii into which she had married: the Claudii Drusi. During that period, when a ...
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