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Birthplace: Italy
Death: Died in Italy
Occupation: Pontiff, Quaestor
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About Tiberius Claudius Nero

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ID: I6868

Name: Tiberius Claudius Nero

Given Name: Tiberius Claudius

Surname: Nero

Sex: M

_UID: A90B2AFA5118D811BE490080C8C142CC4832

Change Date: 18 Oct 2005

Birth: 63 BC**

Death: 33 BC

Father: Appius Claudius Nero b: 93 BC

Marriage 1 Livia Drusilla b: ABT 58 BC

Married:

Children

Nero Claudius Germanicus Drusus b: 38 BC

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ca. 85 BC from Wikipedia

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Tiberius Nero

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Tiberius Claudius Nero (ca. 85 - 33 BC) was a member of the Claudian Family of ancient Rome. He was a descendant of the original Tiberius Claudius Nero a consul, son of Appius Claudius Caecus the censor. His father Drusus Claudius Nero served under Pompey in 67 BC, battling the pirate menace, and was famous for recommending that the members of the Catiline Conspiracy be confined. His mother was a descendant of the Claudian Family. His family was republican.

He was the father of the Roman Emperor Tiberius and the general Nero Claudius Drusus; grandfather to Germanicus, Julius Caesar Drusus, Livilla and the Roman Emperor Claudius; great-grandfather to Emperor Caligula; and great- great-grandfather to Nero.

He served as quaestor to Julius Caesar in 48 BC, commanding his fleet in the Alexandrian War. He achieved victory over the Egyptian navy, and was rewarded with a priesthood. Caesar further charged him with Roman colonies in Gaul and in other provinces.

Despite his service with Caesar, he was a republican and optimate at heart. After Caesar's murder in 44 BC, when it seemed that the assassins were triumphant, he suggested that they be rewarded for their services to the state. But because of his previous alliance with the dictator, he was allowed to be elected praetor in 42 BC.

Around this time, he married his relative Livia Drusilla, whose father Marcus Livius Drusus Claudianus was from the same gens. His son of the same name was born 16 November 42 BC, at Fondi, Italy. Shortly afterwards, the second triumvirate began to break down, causing a dangerous situation in Rome as the triumvirs went to battle with each other. Tiberius Nero was forced to choose sides, and in his distrust of Octavian, he cast his lot with Mark Antony. In 41 BC, he fled Rome with Livia and Tiberius in tow, joining Antony's brother Lucius in Perusia. Perusia was besieged by Octavian's men by the time Tiberius Nero arrived, and when the town fell in 40 BC, he was forced to flee first to Praeneste, and then Naples.

In Naples, Tiberius Nero tried in vain to raise a slave battalion against Octavian, and then took refuge with Sextus Pompey, who was then acting as a pirate leader in Sicily. Nero and family joined Mark Antony soon after in Achaea.

In 40 BC, Octavian and Mark Antony finally reconciled. After 3 years of fleeing from Octavian, Tiberius Nero returned to Rome with his wife and the younger Tiberius, aged 3.

Legend says that Octavian, immediately after catching sight of Tiberius' wife, Livia, fell in love with her, despite the fact that he was still married to Scribonia. Octavian divorced Scribonia in 39, on the very day that she gave birth to his daughter Julia the Elder ( Dio Cassius 48.34.3). Seemingly around that time, when Livia was six months pregnant, Tiberius Claudius Nero was persuaded or forced by Octavian to divorce Livia. On 14 January the child was born, and was named Decimus Claudius Drusus, which was later changed to Nero Claudius Drusus. Octavian and Livia got married on 17 January, waiving the traditional waiting period. Tiberius Claudius Nero was present at the wedding, giving her in marriage "just as a father would" (Dio Cassius 48.44.1-3).

As agreed, Drusus was taken to his father's home. Tiberius Nero raised and educated his sons. When he died in 33 BC, his sons went to live with their mother and stepfather. The younger Tiberius delivered his funeral eulogy.

In the future emperor Tiberius' coming of age, he staged 2 gladiatorial contests, one at the Forum and other at the amphitheatre, in memory of his father and grandfather.

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Tiberius Nero

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Tiberius Claudius Nero (ca. 85 - 33 BC) was a member of the Claudian Family of ancient Rome. He was a descendant of the original Tiberius Claudius Nero a consul, son of Appius Claudius Caecus the censor. His father Drusus Claudius Nero served under Pompey in 67 BC, battling the pirate menace, and was famous for recommending that the members of the Catiline Conspiracy be confined. His mother was a descendant of the Claudian Family. His family was republicans.

He was the father of the Roman Emperor Tiberius and the general Nero Claudius Drusus; grandfather to Germanicus, Julius Caesar Drusus, Livilla and the Roman Emperor Claudius; great-grandfather to Emperor Caligula; and great- great-grandfather to Nero.

He served as quaestor to Julius Caesar in 48 BC, commanding his fleet in the Alexandrian War. He achieved victory over the Egyptian navy, and was rewarded with a priesthood. Caesar further charged him with Roman colonies in Gaul and in other provinces.

Despite his service with Caesar, he was a republican and optimate at heart. After Caesar's murder in 44 BC, when it seemed that the assassins were triumphant, he suggested that they be rewarded for their services to the state. But because of his previous alliance with the dictator, he was allowed to be elected praetor in 42 BC.

Around this time, he married his relative Livia Drusilla, whose father Marcus Livius Drusus Claudianus was from the same gens. His son of the same name was born 16 November 42 BC, at Fondi, Italy. Shortly afterwards, the second triumvirate began to break down, causing a dangerous situation in Rome as the triumvirs went to battle with each other. Tiberius Nero was forced to choose sides, and in his distrust of Octavian, he cast his lot with Mark Antony. In 41 BC, he fled Rome with Livia and Tiberius in tow, joining Antony's brother Lucius in Perusia. Perusia was besieged by Octavian's men by the time Tiberius Nero arrived, and when the town fell in 40 BC, he was forced to flee first to Praeneste, and then Naples.

In Naples, Tiberius Nero tried in vain to raise a slave battalion against Octavian, and then took refuge with Sextus Pompey, who was then acting as a pirate leader in Sicily. Nero and family joined Mark Antony soon after in Achaea.

In 40 BC, Octavian and Mark Antony finally reconciled. After 3 years of fleeing from Octavian, Tiberius Nero returned to Rome with his wife and the younger Tiberius, aged 3.

Legend says that Octavian, immediately after catching sight of Tiberius' wife, Livia, fell in love with her, despite the fact that he was still married to Scribonia. Octavian divorced Scribonia in 39, on the very day that she gave birth to his daughter Julia the Elder ( Dio Cassius 48.34.3). Seemingly around that time, when Livia was six months pregnant, Tiberius Claudius Nero was persuaded or forced by Octavian to divorce Livia. On 14 January the child was born, and was named Decimus Claudius Drusus, which was later changed to Nero Claudius Drusus. Octavian and Livia got married on 17 January, waiving the traditional waiting period. Tiberius Claudius Nero was present at the wedding, giving her in marriage "just as a father would" (Dio Cassius 48.44.1-3).

As agreed, Drusus was taken to his father's home. Tiberius Nero raised and educated his sons. When he died in 33 BC, his sons went to live with their mother and stepfather. The younger Tiberius delivered his funeral eulogy.

In the future emperor Tiberius' coming of age, he staged 2 gladiatorial contests, one at the Forum and other at the amphitheatre, in memory of his father and grandfather.

Tiberius Claudius was Livia's cousin and their both children, Tiberius Claudius Nero and Nero Claudius Drusus, lived with him until he died in 33B:C. He and Livia were forced to be divorced by Octavianus who wanted to marry Livia for political reasons.

Quaestor was a term for for each of two officials chosen originally by the king to track those suspected of a capital offense. In the Republic they performed the same service for the consuls. Their number was increased to four and they gained control of the treasury. Quaestors handled finances in Rome or the provinces and held a seat in the Senate.

He was married to Livia and died when Claudius was 9 years old. When his mother married Augustus, he adopted the child and educated him to be his successor as Emperor.

Quaestor

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Quaestores were originally appointed by the consuls to investigate criminal acts and determine if the consul needed to take public action. Quaestors eventually took on additional responsibilities, such as supervising the treasury (what they are best known for), and became elected magistrates. The office of Quaestor was adopted as part of the part of the Cursus honorum.

Quaestores were elected officials of the Roman Republic who supervised the treasury and financial affairs of the state, its armies and its officers. The office may date back to the time of the Kingdom of Rome. By about 420 BC there were four quaestores, elected each year by the Comitia Tributa, and after 267 BC there were ten. Some quaestors were assigned to work in the City, while others were assigned to the staffs of generals or served the Roman Governors as Lieutenant Governors in the provinces. Still others were assigned to oversee military finances.

During the reforms of Sulla in 81 BC, the minimum age for a quaestorship was set at 30 for patricians and at 32 for plebeians, and election to the quaestorship gave automatic membership in the Senate. Before that, the censors revised the rolls of the Senate less regularly than the annual induction of quaestors created. The number of quaestors was also raised to 20.

Today the title of Quaestor (Questore) persists in Italy and it represents a high Police office. It is also present in Romania as "Chestor" and it is also a police office. The European Parliament has six Quaestors to look after the financial and administrative needs of its members. Some ancient British universities, such as the University of St Andrews, still have a Quaestor whose responsibilities are in leading and developing effective and efficient financial control and management within the University.

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Died : 33 BC

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Quaestor Tiberius Claudius Nero av Romarriket

Blev högst 52 år.

Far: Appius Claudius Nero av Romarriket

Född: 85 f.Kr.

Död: 33 f.Kr.

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Familj med Kejsarinna Livia Drusella av Romarriket (57 f.Kr. - 29)

Vigsel: mellan 43 f.Kr. och 42 f.Kr.

Barn:

Tiberius I Claudius Nero av Romarriket (42 f.Kr. - 37)

Nero Claudius Germanicus Drusus av Romarriket (38 f.Kr. - 9 f.Kr.)

 

I romerska riket var en quaestor, kvestor, en vald ämbetsman som skötte tillsynen av statskassan samt arméns och officerarnas finanser. Ämbetet kan härstamma från den romerska kungatiden. Omkring 420 f.Kr. fanns fyra quaestorer som valdes årligen och efter 267 f.Kr. hade antalet utökats till tio. Somliga quaestorer verkade i Rom medan andra tillhörde generalernas manskap eller tjänstgjorde hos guvernörerna ute i provinserna som viceguvernörer. Åter andra hade hand om översynen av de militära finanserna.

Genom Sullas reformer 81 f.Kr. blev minimiåldern för ämbetet 28 år för patricier och 30 för plebejer samtidigt som inte mindre än 20 quaestorer tillsattes och ämbetet automatiskt innebar en plats i senaten. Det innebar också att censorerna började gå igenom senatens register oftare.

Tiberius Claudius Nero (c. 85 - 33 BC) was a member of the Claudian Family of ancient Rome. He was a descendant of the original Tiberius Claudius Nero a consul, son of Appius Claudius Caecus the censor. His father Drusus Claudius Nero served under Pompey in 67 BC, battling the pirate menace, and was famous for recommending that the members of the Catiline Conspiracy be confined. His mother was a descendant of the Claudian Family. His family were republicans.

He was the father of the Roman Emperor Tiberius and the general Nero Claudius Drusus; grandfather to Germanicus, Julius Caesar Drusus, Livilla and the Roman Emperor Claudius; great-grandfather to Emperor Caligula; and great- great-grandfather to Nero.

He served as quaestor to Julius Caesar in 48 BC, commanding his fleet in the Alexandrian War. He achieved victory over the Egyptian navy, and was rewarded with a priesthood. Caesar further charged him with Roman colonies in Gaul and in other provinces.

Despite his service with Caesar, he was a republican and optimate at heart. After Caesar's murder in 44 BC, when it seemed that the assassins were triumphant, he suggested that they be rewarded for their services to the state. But because of his previous alliance with the dictator, he was allowed to be elected praetor in 42 BC.

Around this time, he married his relative Livia Drusilla, whose father Marcus Livius Drusus Claudianus was from the same gens. His son of the same name was born 16 November 42 BC, at Fondi, Italy. Shortly afterwards, the second triumvirate began to break down, causing a dangerous situation in Rome as the triumvirs went to battle with each other. Tiberius Nero was forced to choose sides, and in his distrust of Octavian, he cast his lot with Mark Antony. In 41 BC, he fled Rome with Livia and Tiberius in tow, joining Antony's brother Lucius in Perusia. Perusia was besieged by Octavian's men by the time Tiberius Nero arrived, and when the town fell in 40 BC, he was forced to flee first to Praeneste, and then Naples.

In Naples, Tiberius Nero tried in vain to raise a slave battalion against Octavian, and then took refuge with Sextus Pompey, who was then acting as a pirate leader in Sicily. Nero and family joined Mark Antony soon after in Achaea.

In 40 BC, Octavian and Mark Antony finally reconciled. After 3 years of fleeing from Octavian, Tiberius Nero returned to Rome with his wife and the younger Tiberius, aged 3.

Legend said that Octavian fell immediately in love with her, despite the fact that he was still married to Scribonia. Octavian divorced Scribonia in 39, on the very day that she gave birth to his daughter Julia the Elder ( Dio Cassius 48.34.3). Seemingly around that time, when Livia was six months pregnant, Tiberius Claudius Nero was persuaded or forced by Octavian to divorce Livia. On 14 January the child was born, and was named Decimus Claudius Drusus, which was later changed to Nero Claudius Drusus. Octavian and Livia got married on 17 January, waiving the traditional waiting period. Tiberius Claudius Nero was present at the wedding, giving her in marriage "just as a father would" (Dio Cassius 48.44.1-3).

As agreed, Drusus was taken to his father's home. Tiberius Nero raised and educated his sons. When he died in 33 BC, his sons went to live with their mother and stepfather. The younger Tiberius delivered his funeral eulogy.

In the future emperor Tiberius' coming of age, he staged 2 gladiatorial contests, one at the Forum and other at the amphithreatre, in memory of his father and grandfather.de:Tiberius Claudius Nero (Prätor 42 v. Chr.) fr:Tiberius Néron hu:Tiberius Claudius Nero nl:Tiberius Claudius Nero (vader) ja:ティベリウス・クラウディウス・ネロ sv:Tiberius Claudius Nero

-------------------- 16870305536220232. Tiberius Claudius Nero ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 son of Appius Claudius Nero ROMAN EMPIRE and Unknown, was born in Lugdunum, Roma, , Lazio, Italy.

Tiberius married Livia Drucilla Julia Augusta ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <B.C. 38, Palace Augustus, Roma, Italy>. Livia was born in 58 B.C. in Rome, Roma, , Lazio, Italy and died in 29 in Rome, Roma, , Lazio, Italy at age 87.

The child from this marriage was:

8435152768110116 i. Emperor Caius Drusus Nero ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 42 B.C. in Palace Augustus, Roma, Italy - died on 16 March 37 in Roma, Italy)

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mgholler/Caden/a54.htm#i547458828 -------------------- Died : 33 BC -------------------- Died : 33 BC -------------------- Tiberius Claudius Nero (ca. 85 - 33 BC) was a member of the Claudian Family of ancient Rome. He was a descendant of the original Tiberius Claudius Nero a consul, son of Appius Claudius Caecus the censor. His father Drusus Claudius Nero served under Pompey in 67 BC, battling the pirate menace, and was famous for recommending that the members of the Catiline Conspiracy be confined. His mother was a descendant of the Claudian Family. His family was republicans. He was the father of the Roman Emperor Tiberius and the general Nero Claudius Drusus; grandfather to Germanicus, Julius Caesar Drusus, Livilla and the Roman Emperor Claudius; great-grandfather to Emperor Caligula; and great-great-grandfather to Nero. He served as quaestor to Julius Caesar in 48 BC, commanding his fleet in the Alexandrian War. He achieved victory over the Egyptian navy, and was rewarded with a priesthood. Caesar further charged him with Roman colonies in Gaul and in other provinces. Despite his service with Caesar, he was a republican and optimate at heart. After Caesar's murder in 44 BC, when it seemed that the assassins were triumphant, he suggested that they be rewarded for their services to the state. But because of his previous alliance with the dictator, he was allowed to be elected praetor in 42 BC. Around this time, he married his relative Livia Drusilla, whose father Marcus Livius Drusus Claudianus was from the same gens. His son of the same name was born 16 November 42 BC, at Fondi, Italy. Shortly afterwards, the second triumvirate began to break down, causing a dangerous situation in Rome as the triumvirs went to battle with each other. Tiberius Nero was forced to choose sides, and in his distrust of Octavian, he cast his lot with Mark Antony. In 41 BC, he fled Rome with Livia and Tiberius in tow, joining Antony's brother Lucius in Perusia. Perusia was besieged by Octavian's men by the time Tiberius Nero arrived, and when the town fell in 40 BC, he was forced to flee first to Praeneste, and then Naples. In Naples, Tiberius Nero tried in vain to raise a slave battalion against Octavian, and then took refuge with Sextus Pompey, who was then acting as a pirate leader in Sicily. Nero and family joined Mark Antony soon after in Achaea. In 40 BC, Octavian and Mark Antony finally reconciled. After 3 years of fleeing from Octavian, Tiberius Nero returned to Rome with his wife and the younger Tiberius, aged 3. Legend says that Octavian, immediately after catching sight of Tiberius' wife, Livia, fell in love with her, despite the fact that he was still married to Scribonia. Octavian divorced Scribonia in 39, on the very day that she gave birth to his daughter Julia the Elder ( Dio Cassius 48.34.3). Seemingly around that time, when Livia was six months pregnant, Tiberius Claudius Nero was persuaded or forced by Octavian to divorce Livia. On 14 January the child was born, and was named Decimus Claudius Drusus, which was later changed to Nero Claudius Drusus. Octavian and Livia got married on 17 January, waiving the traditional waiting period. Tiberius Claudius Nero was present at the wedding, giving her in marriage "just as a father would" (Dio Cassius 48.44.1-3). As agreed, Drusus was taken to his father's home. Tiberius Nero raised and educated his sons. When he died in 33 BC, his sons went to live with their mother and stepfather. The younger Tiberius delivered his funeral eulogy. In the future emperor Tiberius' coming of age, he staged 2 gladiatorial contests, one at the Forum and other at the amphitheatre, in memory of his father and grandfather. Tiberius Claudius was Livia's cousin and their both children, Tiberius Claudius Nero and Nero Claudius Drusus, lived with him until he died in 33B:C. He and Livia were forced to be divorced by Octavianus who wanted to marry Livia for political reasons. Quaestor was a term for for each of two officials chosen originally by the king to track those suspected of a capital offense. In the Republic they performed the same service for the consuls. Their number was increased to four and they gained control of the treasury. Quaestors handled finances in Rome or the provinces and held a seat in the Senate. He was married to Livia and died when Claudius was 9 years old. When his mother married Augustus, he adopted the child and educated him to be his successor as Emperor.

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Tiberius Claudius Nero's Timeline

-63
-63
Italy
-42
November 16, -42
Age 21
Fondi
-38
January 14, -38
Age 25
Roma, Lazio, Italia
-33
-33
Age 29
Italy
100
August 4, 100
Age 30
First,Forced Divorce,British Columbia,Canada
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first wife, forced divorce, remarried, Augustus
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Italy