Nero - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus) - Roman emperor, 54-68 A.D.
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801 377 83 40 A.D. (13 Aug.) Nero 14 815 391 97 54 A.D.
- - - - - 6. In the time of Nero, the emperor of the
happened in the time of Nero, the emperor of the Romans,
a second time [At this time] Nero became emperor of the
laudius for 15 years - cons. 5 Nero for 14 years - cons.
of Indians.  Nero, the vilest imperator the Roman
tablet; by authority of Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus
disorder after the death of Nero. And the opportunity
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in the twelfth year of Nero, with what happened to Cesti
ile Silenus was speaking Nero entered, lyre in hand and
of a conspiracy against Nero; and Mela, a brother of Sene
(C. Claudius Nero) - Roman consul, 207 B.C.
C.Claudius, a priest of Jupiter, is forced to resign after setting
drubal secretly escapes with his army after being trapped by C.Nero.
Consuls: C. Claudius Ti.f. Nero, M. Livius M.f. Salinator
battle between Hannibal and Nero at Grumentum.
Nero hurries north to join forces with Livius.
The triumph of Livius and Nero for their victory over Hasdrubal.
ssension between the censors C.Claudius Nero and M.Livius Salinator.
.3.19 ) C. Claudius Nero C. Claudius [Nero,
207] & C. Claudius Ti.f. Ti.n. Nero , M. Livius M.f. M.n.
(Ti. Claudius Nero) - Roman praetor, 42 B.C.
Ti.Claudius Nero defeats the Egyptians near Canopus, despite the deat
Tiberius Nero and his wife Livia escape from Campania to Sicily.
Tiberius Nero goes from Sicily to Greece, and joins Antonius.
(Ti. Claudius Nero) - Roman consul, 202 B.C.
Consuls: Ti. Claudius P.f. Nero, M. Servilius C.f. Pulex Geminus
Claudius is allotted Africa as his province.
Claudius is prevented by a storm from sailing to Africa.
inus , Ti. Claudius P.f. Ti.n. Nero dictator: C. Servilius
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