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Tiberius Chapter 64: Travelling.
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After the exile of his daughter-in-law and grandchildren he [Note 1] never moved them anywhere except in fetters and in a tightly closed litter, while a guard of soldiers kept any who met them on the road from looking at them or even from stopping as they went by. |
Note 1: Tiberius
|Nurum ac nepotes numquam aliter post damnationem quam catenatos obsutaque lectica loco mouit, prohibitis per militem obuiis ac uiatoribus respicere usquam uel consistere.|