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Twelve Emperors by Suetonius

Tiberius Chapter 41: Tiberius retires to Capri.
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When returning to the island, he [Note 1] utterly neglected the conduct of state affairs, from that time on never filling the vacancies in the decuries of the knights, nor changing the tribunes of the soldiers and prefects or the governors of any of his provinces. He left Spain and Syria without consular governors for several years, suffered Armenia to be overrun by the Parthians, Moesia to be laid waste by the Dacians and Sarmatians, and the Gallic provinces by the Germans, to the great dishonour of the empire and no less to its danger.

Note 1: Tiberius

Event: Tiberius on Capri