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  The Roman Empire at the end of Augustus' reign

The Roman Empire at the end of Augustus' reign
  TIBERIUS ERA (14-37)

14 AD - The death of Augustus and succession.
Augustus dies and Tiberius is named emperor. Tiberius brings with him a stern, defiant sense of duty. His motto is: "Let them hate me, provided they approve of what I do."

17 AD - Germanicus secures Rhine frontier.
After a hard three-year campaign, the General Germanicus secures the Rhine frontier. He is recalled to Rome by Tiberius and given a magnificent triumph to mark his military achievement.
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