NOPE.

It took Livia interceding on Tiberius’ behalf before Augustus, still steamed about this, finally changed his mind and let his stepson slink back to Rome.

sassyabhi-deactivated20130627 said: u run one of the best blogs out here. lemme give u some awards /throws awards/ BUT I DEMAND MOAR CICERO

Many thanks!  Most of the posts I’ll be doing will be about various emperors, but I’ll try to include Cicero again.  Send a message if you have a specific suggestion.  :-)

Suetonius, Tiberius 68.2 as suggested by one of my former Latin professors!

This is in Suetonius, I swear!

Ne Graecarum quidem disciplinarum leviore studio tenebatur … non tamen ut aut loqueretur expedite aut componere aliquid auderet; nam et si quid res exigeret, Latine formabat vertendumque alii dabat. ~ Suetonius, Augustus 89

At the request of Dea Insana.

It happened on this date, January 10, in 49 BC.  

It happened on this date, January 10, in 49 BC.