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Annals by Tacitus
Translated by Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb
Book IV Chapter 75: Agrippina Minor marries Domitius[AD 28]
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Tiberius meanwhile having himself in person bestowed the hand of his granddaughter Agrippina, Germanicus's daughter, on Cneius Domitius, directed the marriage to be celebrated at Rome. In selecting Domitius he looked not only to his ancient lineage, but also to his alliance with the blood of the Caesars, for he could point to Octavia as his grandmother and through her to Augustus as his great-uncle.