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Family Sheet
HUSBAND
Name: Germanicus Caesar Note Born: at Abt. 15 BC Married: Died: at 10 Oct 19 Ad , Near Antioch, Syria Father: Nero Claudius Drusus General; Gov. Of Gaul Mother: Antonia ''the Younger'' Augusta
WIFE
Name: Vipsania Agrippina I ''the Elder'' Note Born: at Abt. 13 BC Died: at Abt. 33 Ad Father: Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa Mother: Julia Iii Augusta
CHILDREN
Name: Julia Agrippina Ii ''the Younger'' Born: at Abt. 15 Ad Died: at Abt. 59 Ad Husband: Emperor Tiberius Claudius Nero Germanicus Of Rome(41-54)
Name: Julia Livilla ''the Younger'' Born: at Abt. 15 Ad , Near Modern Day Cologne, Germany Died: at Abt. 59 Ad
Name: Julia Drusilla Born: at Abt. 16 Ad Died: at Abt. 38 Ad
Name: Gaius (caligula) Caesar Born: at 31 Aug 12 Ad , Anzio, Italy Died: at 23 Jan 41 Ad , Palatine Palace, Rome, Italy Wife: Caesonia Milonia
Name: Nero Caesar Born: Died: Wife: Julia Livilla ''the Elder''
Name: Drusus Caesar Born: Died: at Abt. 33 Ad , Palatine Palace Dungeon, Rome, Italy
Name: Tiberius Caesar Born: Died:
Name: Ignotus Caesar Born: Died:
Name: Galius Caesar Born: Died:
NOTES
1). Germanicus Caesar 15 BC AD 19 , Roman general, s o n o f t h e general Nero Claudius Drusus, and nephew an d ad opte d s o n of Emperor Tiberius. Germanicus took par t in c ampai gn s ag ainst the Pannonian, Dalmatian, and Ge rmani c tribe s i n east ern and northern Europe. In AD 1 2 he wa s consul , an d the fo llowing year Emperor Augustu s appoin ted him t o com mand th e eight Roman legions on t he Rhine . In AD 14 , on th e deat h of Augustus, the legio ns mutini ed, but Ger manicu s quelle d the insurrection, a fter whic h he led th e soldier s into ba ttle. He routed t he Marsi , a German tri be, and th e next yea r met the Ger man leade r Arminius Her mann , chie f of the Ch erusci, w ho in A D 9 had destroyed t hree Roman l egions and d rive n their g eneral, Publius Quin tilius Varus , to suicid e . The engage ment was indecisive , but in AD 1 6 Germanic us, a t great r isk to his own troop s, won two vic torie s over Armi nius a nd claimed Germany fo r Rome. Empero r T iberius recalle d G ermanicus to Rome in A D 17 becaus e h e felt the German s c ould most successfull y be deal t with t hrough diplomac y. Th e young general wa s receive d with grea t enthusias m and hono red with a trium ph, th e traditional c elebratio n for victori ous generals . Tibe rius then dispatch ed hi m to settle a disp ute that h ad a risen in the easter n pro vinces of Armenia an d Parthi a . On this mission, Germa nic us was stricken wit h a fata l i llness at Antioch. His fr i ends charged that he h ad b een p oisoned on orders from Ti b erius, who was suppos e d to hav e been jealous of his pop ula rity. Germanicus , widel y mour ned in the provinces an d in R ome, was surv ived by hi s wif e Agrippina and six ch ildren . These incl uded Caligula , la ter emperor, and a da ughter , Agrippin a the Younger, wh o b ecame the mother o f Empero r Nero. S ource Germanicus Ca e sar,Microsoft R Encarta R 9 8 Encyclopedia. c 19931 9 97 Microsoft Co rporation. A l l rights reserved.Germanicu s Ca esar 15 BC AD 19 , Rom a n general, son of the genera l NeroC laudius D rusus, an d n e phew and adopted son of Emp eror Tibe rius.G ermanicu s took p art in campaigns against t he Panno ni an , Dalmat ian, andGer manic tribes in eastern a nd norther n E urope . In AD 12 he w as consul,an d the follo wing yea r Emper o r Augustus appoint ed him to command theei ght Rom an legio n s on th e Rhine. I n AD 14, on the death o f Augu stus, t heleg ions mutinied, bu t Germanicus quelled t h e i nsurre ction, af ter which hele d the soldiers into bat tle . He r outed the Mar si, a Germa n tri be, andthe next ye a r me t the German leade r Arminiu s Hermann , chief of th e Che rusci, who in A D 9 ha d destro yed three Roman legio n s a nd driven theirgeneral, Pu blius Q uintilius Varu s , t o s uicide. The engagement wasinde cisive , but in A D 1 6 Ge rmanicus, at great risk to his own t roo p s, wont wo v ictor ies over Arminius and claimed German y fo r Rome . Emp eror T iberius recalled Germanicus to Rome i n A D 1 7 becau se he f elt theGermans could most s uccessful l y b e deal t with thr ough diplomacy. Theyoung general wa s rec ei ve d with grea t enthusi asm and honored with atri umph , t h e traditiona l celebration for victorious genera ls. T iberi us t hen disp atched him to settle a dispute th at ha d arise n i n the eas ternprovinces of Armenia an d P arthia . On thi s mis sion, G ermanicus wasstricken wit h a fatal i llness a t Antioc h. Hi s frien ds charged tha t he hadbee n poisoned o n order s fro m Tiberius, who wa s supposed t o have beenjea l ous of h i s popularity. Germ anicus, widel y mourned in the p rovinces a nd in Rome, wa s survive d b y his wife Agrippina a nd si x chi ldren. The seincluded Cal igula, later emperor, a n d a daugh t er, Ag rippina the You nger,who became the moth e r of Empero r Ne ro. Source Ger manicus Caesar, Microsof tR Encarta R 98 Encyclopedia . c 1993 1997 Microso f t Cor poration . Al l rights reserv ed. !BIRTH edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged !DEATH edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged
2). Agrippina the Elder  circa 13 BC AD 33 , daughte r o f t h e R oman generaland statesman Marcus Vi psanius A grip pa a n d Jul ia, daughter of the emperorAugustus. Agri ppin a wa s on e of t he most vir tuous and heroic women of antiq uity . Sh e marrie d the Roman general Germanicus Cae sar an d ha d n in echildren , the most famous of whom wer e Agripp ina t he Youn ger and Ga iusCaesar, later the em p eror Cali gula . Agrippin a accompani ed Germanicus onman y of his mil itar y expedition s. After t h e death of Germ anicus in A D 19,Em peror Tiberiu s is said t o have distru sted Agrippi na, whos e s ons werepo ssible succe ssors t o the throne. I n AD 30 , at the instigat ion of hismin ist er Luciu s Aeliu s Sejanu s, Tiberius banish ed her to t h e island ofPandata ria  no w Ventotene, near Na pl es, w her e she starved her self tod eath three years later . Sou rce   A grippina the E lder,  Mi crosoft R  Encarta R   9 8 Encyclopedi a. c  1993  1997 Micro sof t Corporation . All r ights reserved.





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