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8435152637150208. Hengest King Of KENT 3469 was born about 440 in Kent County, England and died in 488 3469 about age 48.

Hengest married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576318575104       i.  Oeric (Aesc\Oisc) King Of KENT (born about 465 in Kent County, England - died about 512)


8435152762176000. Senyllt "Hael" Ap Dingad,1034 son of Dingad Ap Tudwal and Unknown, was born about 462 in North Wales.1034

Senyllt married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381088000       i.  Neithon Ap Senyllt (born about 487 in North Wales)


8435152762177536. Cateyrn Ap Gwrtheyrn,1034 son of Gwrtheyrn "Gwrtheneu" (Vortigern) Ap Gwidol and Severa Ferch Macsen, was born about 379 in Wales.1034

Cateyrn married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381088768       i.  Cadell "Ddyrnllug" Ap Cateyrn (born about 419 in Powys, Wales)


8435152762177544. Coel "Hen" of Pennines GODEBOG 1034 was born about 343 in Pennines, Britain.1034

Coel married Ystradwel Ferch Gadeon.1034 Ystradwel was born about 347 in North Britain.1034

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381088772       i.  Ceneu Ap Coel (born about 374 in Pennines, Britain)


8435152762177545. Ystradwel Ferch Gadeon,1034 daughter of Gadeon Ap Eudaf and Unknown, was born about 347 in North Britain.1034

Ystradwel married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381091841       i.  Gwawl Ferch Coel (born about 387 in Pennines, Britain)

Ystradwel married Coel "Hen" of Pennines GODEBOG.1034 Coel was born about 343 in Pennines, Britain.1034

8435152762179584. Einion "Yrth" Ap Cunedda,1034 son of Cunedda "Wledig" Ap Edern and Gwawl Ferch Coel, was born about 422 in Votadini, North Britain.1034

Einion married Prawst Ferch Tidlet.1034 Prawst was born about 425 in Powys, Wales.1034

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381089792       i.  Cadwallon "Lawhir" Ap Einion (born about 445 in Gwynedd, Wales)


8435152762179585. Prawst Ferch Tidlet,1034 daughter of Tidlet (Tithlym "Prydyn") and Unknown, was born about 425 in Powys, Wales.1034

Prawst married Einion "Yrth" Ap Cunedda.1034 Einion was born about 422 in Votadini, North Britain.1034

8435152762179586. Maeldaf Ap Dylan,1034 son of Dylan "Draws" and Unknown, was born about 423 in Nanconwy Cmt, Caernarvonshire, Wales.1034

Maeldaf married Ferch Tallwch.1034 Ferch was born about 425 in North Wales.1034

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381089793       i.  Meddyf Ferch Maeldaf (born about 453 in Nanconwy Cmt, Caernarvonshire, Wales)


8435152762179587. Ferch Tallwch,1034 daughter of Tallwch Ap Cwch and Unknown, was born about 425 in North Wales.1034

Ferch married Maeldaf Ap Dylan.1034 Maeldaf was born about 423 in Nanconwy Cmt, Caernarvonshire, Wales.1034

8435152762179592. Maeswig "Gloff" (Mar) Ap Ceneu 1034 was born about 397 in Pennines, Britain.1034

Maeswig married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381089796       i.  Einion Ap Maeswig (born about 434 in Pennines, Britain)


8435152762183680. Edern Ap Padarn,1034 son of Padarn "Beisrudd" Ap Tegid and Unknown, was born about 330 in Votadini, North Britain.1034

Edern married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381091840       i.  Cunedda "Wledig" Ap Edern (born about 370 in Votadini, North Britain)


8435152762183683. Ystradwel Ferch Gadeon,1034 daughter of Gadeon Ap Eudaf and Unknown, was born about 347 in North Britain.1034

Ystradwel married.

Ystradwel married Coel "Hen" of Pennines GODEBOG.1034 Coel was born about 343 in Pennines, Britain.1034

8435152762212352. Gwerthefyr (Voteporix) Ap Aergul,1034 son of Aergul "Lawhir" Ap Tryffin and Unknown, was born about 494 in Dyfed, Wales 1034 and died after 540 1034.

Gwerthefyr married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381106176       i.  Cyngar Ap Gwerthefyr (born about 517 in Dyfed, Wales)


8435152762212384. Rhain "Dremrudd" Ap Brychan,1034 son of Brychan Ap Anlach and Prawst Ferch Tudwal, was born about 420 in Brycheiniog, Breconshire, Wales.1034

Rhain married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381106192       i.  Rhigeneu Ap Rhain (born about 460 in Brycheiniog, Breconshire, Wales)


8435152763764736. Bran Ap Pill,1034 son of Pill Ap Cynyr and Unknown, was born about 584 in North Wales.1034

Bran married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576381882368       i.  Marchwyn Ap Bran (born about 624 in North Wales)


8435152764018688. Tewdrig Ap Llywarch,1034 son of Llywarch (Teithfall) Ap Nynnio and Unknown, was born about 488 in South Wales.1034

Tewdrig married Enynny Ferch Cynfarch.1034 Enynny was born about 493 in South Reged, Britain.1034

The child from this marriage was:

4217576382009344       i.  Meurig Ap Tewdrig (born about 515 in South Wales)


8435152764018689. Enynny Ferch Cynfarch,1034 daughter of Cynfarch "Oer" Ap Meirchion and Nyfain Ferch Brychan, was born about 493 in South Reged, Britain.1034

Enynny married Tewdrig Ap Llywarch.1034 Tewdrig was born about 488 in South Wales.1034

8435152764018690. Gwrgan "Fawr" (Gurcantus Magnus) 1034 was born about 489 in South Wales.1034

Gwrgan married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576382009345       i.  Onbrawst Ferch Gwrgan (born about 519 in South Wales)


8435152764018692. Llywarch Ap Tewdwr,1034 son of Tewdwr Ap Peibio and Unknown, was born about 495 in Ergyng, Herefordshire, England.1034

Llywarch married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576382009346       i.  Briafael "Frydig" Ap Llywarch (born about 527 in Ergyng, Herefordshire, England)


8435152764018944. Mepurit Ap Briacat,1034 son of Briacat Ap Pasgen and Unknown, was born about 468 in Buellt Ctf, Breconshire, Wales.1034

Mepurit married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576382009472       i.  Pawl Ap Mepurit (born about 502 in Buellt Ctf, Breconshire, Wales)


8435152764024832. Rhun Ap Cenelaph,1034 son of Cenelaph "Dremrudd" Ap Cynan and Unknown, was born about 518 in Powys, Wales.1034

Rhun married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576382012416       i.  Madog Ap Rhun (born about 558 in Powys, Wales - died after 616)


8435152768110084. Emperor Rome Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746,3472 son of Emperor Caius Drusus Nero ROMAN EMPIRE and Augusta Antonia "The Younger" ROMAN EMPIRE, was born 1 August 10 B.C. in Palace Augustus, Roma, Italy 3472 and died on 13 October 54 in , , Roma, Italy 3472. The cause of his death was Poisoned with a treated mushroom by his wife, Agrippina.

General Notes:
Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus was born in Lugdunum (Lyon) in 10 BC, as the youngest son of Nero Drusus (Tiberius' brother) and of Antonia the younger (who was the daughter of Marc Antony and Octavia).

Suffering from ill-health and an alarming lack of social skills, for which most believed him mentally handicapped, he received no public office from Augustus except once being invested as an augur (an official Roman soothsayer). Under Tiberius he held no office at all.

Generally he was considered an embarrassment at court.

Under Caligula's reign he was granted a consulship as colleague to the emperor himself (AD 37), but otherwise he was treated very badly by Caligula (who was his nephew), suffering public disrespect and scorn from him at court.

At the assassination of Caligula in January AD 41, Claudius fled to one of the apartments of the palace and hid behind one of the curtain. He was discovered by the praetorians and taken to their camp, where the two praetorian prefects proposed him to the troops who hailed him emperor.

His being made emperor, despite his feebleness and having no military or even administrational experience at all, is most likely due to his being the brother of Germanicus who had died in AD 19 and had been very popular with the soldiery. Also he might have been deemed a possible puppet emperor, whom one could easily control, by the praetorians.

The senate first considered the restoration of the republic, but faced with the praetorians' decision, the senators fell in line and bestowed imperial power upon Claudius.

He was short, possessed neither natural dignity nor authority. He had a staggering walk, 'embarrassing habits', and 'indecent' laugh and when annoyed he foamed disgustingly at the mouth and his nose ran. He stammered and had a twitch. He was always ill, until he became emperor. Then his health improved marvelously, except for attacks of stomach-ache, which he said even made him think of suicide.

In history and in the accounts of ancient historians, Claudius comes as a positive mishmash of conflicting characteristics: absent-minded, hesitant, muddled, determined, cruel, intuitive, wise and dominated by his wife and his personal staff of freedmen. He was probably all of these things. His choice of women was in no doubt disastrous. But he may well have had good reason to prefer the advice of educated and trained, non-Roman executives to that of potentially suspect aristocratic senators, even if some of those executives did use their influence to their own financial advantage.

The senate's initial hesitation in granting him the throne was the source of much resentment by Claudius. Meanwhile the senator disliked him for not being their free choice of ruler.

So Claudius came to be the first Roman emperor in a line of many to follow who was not truly appointed by the senate, but by the army's men.

He also came to be the first emperor who granted the praetorians a large bonus payment at his accession (15'000 sesterces per man), creating another ominous precedent for the future.

Claudius first actions in office though marked him out as an exceptional emperor. Though he needed to for honour's sake to deal with Caligula's immediate assassins (they were sentenced to death), he did not begin a witch hunt.

He abolished the treason trials, burned criminal records and destroyed Caligula's infamous stock of poisons. Claudius also returned many of Caligula's confiscations.

In AD 42 the first revolt against his rule took place, led by the governor of Upper Illyricum, Marcus Furius Camillus Scribonianus.

The attempt of rebellion was easily put down before it ever really got started. However it revealed that the instigators of the uprising had possessed connections with very influential nobility in Rome. The subsequent shock of just how close to his person such conspirators may be, led the emperor to adopt stringent security measures. And it is partly due to these measures that any of the six or more plots against the emperor during his twelve year reign didn't meet with success.

However, the suppression of such conspiracies cost the lives of 35 senators and over 300 equestrians. what wonder that the senate didn't like Claudius !

Immediately after the failed rebellion of AD 42, Claudius decided to distract any attention from such challenges to his authority by organizing a campaign to invade and conquer Britain. A plan close to the army's heart, as they already once before had intended to do so under Caligula. - An attempt which had ended in a humiliating farce.

It was decided that Rome could no longer pretend that Britain did not exist, and a potentially hostile and possibly united nation just beyond the fringe of the existing empire presented a threat which could not be ignored. Also Britain was famed for its metals; most of all tin, but also gold was thought to be there. Besides, Claudius, for so long the butt of his family, wanted a piece of military glory, and here was a chance to get it.

By AD 43 the armies stood ready and all preparations for the invasion were in place. It was a formidable force, even for Roman standards. Overall command was in the hands of Aulus Plautius.

Plautius advanced but then got into difficulties. His orders were to do this if he met any sizable resistance. When he received the message, Claudius handed over the administration of the affairs of state to his consular colleague Lucius Vitellius, and then himself took to the field. He went by river to Ostia, and then sailed along the coast to Massilia (Marseilles). From there, travelling overland and by river transport, he reached the sea and crossed to Britain, where he met up with his troops, who were encamped by the river Thames.

Assuming command, he crossed the river, engaged the barbarians, who had rallied together at his approach, defeated them, and took Camelodunum (Colchester), the barbarian's apparent capital. Then he put down several other tribes, defeating them or accepting their surrender.

He confiscated the tribes' weapons which he handed over to Plautius with orders to subdue the rest. He then headed back to Rome sending news of his victory ahead. When the senate heard about his achievement, it granted him the title of Britannicus and authorized him to celebrate a triumph through the city.

Claudius had been in Britain just sixteen days. Plautius followed up the advantage gained, and was from AD 44 to 47 governor of this new province. When Caratacus, a royal barbarian leader, was finally captured and brought to Rome in chains, Claudius pardoned him and his family.

In the east Claudius also annexed the two client kingdoms of Thracia, making them into another province.

Claudius also reformed the military. The granting of Roman citizenship to auxiliaries after a service of twenty-five years was introduced by his predecessors, but it was under Claudius that it truly became a regular system.

Were most Romans naturally intent on seeing the Roman empire as a solely Italian institution, the Claudius refused to do so, allowing senators to be drawn also from Gaul. I order to do so, he revived the office of censor, which had fallen into disuse. Though such changes caused storms of xenophobia by the senate and appeared only to support accusations that the emperor preferred foreigners to proper Romans.

With the help of his freedmen advisors, Claudius reformed the financial affairs of the state and empire, creating a separate fund for the emperor's private household expenses. As almost all grain had to be imported, mainly from Africa and Egypt, Claudius offered insurances against losses on the open sea, to encourage potential importers and to build up stocks against winter times of famine. Among his extensive building projects Claudius constructed the port of Ostia (Portus), a scheme already proposed by Julius Caesar. This eased congestion on the river Tiber, but the sea currents should gradually cause the harbour to silt up, which is why today it is no longer present.

Claudius also took great care in his function as a judge, presiding over the imperial law-court. He instituted judicial reforms, creating in particular legal safeguards for the weak and defenceless.

Of the loathed freedmen at Claudius' court, the most notorious were perhaps Polybius, Narcissus, Pallas, and Felix, the brother of Pallas, who became governor of Judaea. Their rivalry did not prevent them from working in concert to their common advantage; it was virtually a public secret that honours and privileges were 'for sale' through their offices. But they were men of ability, who rendered useful service when it was in their own interest to do so, forming a sort of imperial cabinet quite independent from the Roman class system.

It was Narcissus, the emperor's minister of letters (i.e. he was the man who helped Claudius deal with all his matters of correspondence) who in AD 48 took the necessary actions when the emperor's wife Valeria Messalina and her lover Gaius Silius attempted to overthrow Claudius, when he was away at Ostia. Their intent was most likely to place the Claudius' infant son Britannicus on the throne, leaving them to rule the empire as regents.

Claudius was extremely surprised and appears to have been indecisive and confused as to what to do. So it was Narcissus who took hold of the situation, had Silius arrested and executed and Messalina driven into suicide.

But Narcissus was not to benefit from having saved his emperor. In fact it became the reason of his very downfall, as the emperor's next wife Agrippina the younger saw to it that the freedman Pallas, who was finance minister, soon eclipsed Narcissus' powers.

Agrippina was granted the title of Augusta, a rank no wife of an emperor had held before. And she was determined to see her twelve year old son Nero take the place of Britannicus as imperial heir.

She successfully arranged for Nero to be betrothed to Claudius' daughter Octavia. And a year later Claudius adopted him as son.

Then on the night of the 12 to 13 October AD 54 Claudius suddenly died. His death is generally attributed to his scheming wife Agrippina who didn't care to wait for her son Nero inherit the throne and so poisoned Claudius with mushrooms. 3472

Tiberius married Valeria Messalina ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <, , Lyons, France>. Valeria was born in 23 in Lyons, France and died in 48 in Executed at age 25.

Tiberius next married Augusta Agrippina "The Younger" ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <, , Lyons, France>. Agrippina was born in 15 and died in 59 at age 44. The cause of her death was Poisoned.

Tiberius next married Aelia Paetina ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <, , Lyons, France>. Aelia was born in <, , Lyons, France> and died in Y.

Tiberius next married Julia "The Older" ROMAN EMPIRE,3472 daughter of Augustus Gaius Julius Octavius ROMAN EMPIRE Emperor and Livia Drucilla Julia Augusta ROMAN EMPIRE.

8435152768110085. Valeria Messalina ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 daughter of Valerius Messala Barbatus ROMAN EMPIRE and Unknown, was born in 23 in Lyons, France and died in 48 in Executed at age 25.

General Notes:
Exceedingly Wicked Woman.

Valeria married Emperor Rome Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus ROMAN EMPIRE 1601,3472 in <, , Lyons, France>. Tiberius was born 1 August 10 B.C. in Palace Augustus, Roma, Italy 3472 and died on 13 October 54 in , , Roma, Italy 3472. The cause of his death was Poisoned with a treated mushroom by his wife, Agrippina.

8435152768110106. Marcus Ulpius Tranjanus ROMAN EMPIRE was born before 80 in Ialica, Seville, Spain and died in 117 in Selinus, Cilicia, Italy.

Marcus married Pompeia Plotina Claudia Piso ROMAN EMPIRE. Pompeia was born before 90.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576384055053       i.  Domitia Lucila Tranjanus ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 100 in Italy)


8435152768110107. Pompeia Plotina Claudia Piso ROMAN EMPIRE, daughter of Arrius Antoninus Calpernius Piso ROMAN EMPIRE and Boionia Procilla Sevilla ROMAN EMPIRE, was born before 90.

Pompeia married Marcus Ulpius Tranjanus ROMAN EMPIRE. Marcus was born before 80 in Ialica, Seville, Spain and died in 117 in Selinus, Cilicia, Italy.

8435152768110112. King Tenuantius "Gentle Ruler" BRITAIN,1601,1746 son of King Lud BRITAIN and Unknown, was born in , , , Great Britain and died in 26 BC, , , Great Britain.

Tenuantius married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576384055056       i.  King Cymbeline BRITAIN (born in , , , Great Britain)




8435152768110116. Emperor Caius Drusus Nero ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746,3472 son of Tiberius Claudius Nero ROMAN EMPIRE and Livia Drucilla Julia Augusta ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in 42 B.C. in Palace Augustus, Roma, Italy 3472 and died on 16 March 37 in Roma, Italy 3472 at age 79.

General Notes:
Tiberius was born in 42 BC, the son of the aristocratic Tiberius Claudius Nero and Livia Drusilla. When Tiberius was two, his father had to flee Rome from the second triumvirate (Octavian, Lepidus, Mark Antony) because of his republican beliefs (he had fought against Octavian in the civil wars).

When Tiberius was four his parents parents divorced and his mother instead married Octavian, the later Augustus.

Though Tiberius, a large, strong man, had been groomed by Augustus as his successor, he was actually the fourth choice after Agrippa, husband of Augustus' only daughter Julia, and their sons, Gaius and Lucius, all three of whom died in the lifetime of Augustus.

Thus, being obviously a second-rate choice as heir to the throne, Tiberius was laden with a feeling of inferiority.

He enjoyed good health, though his skin sometimes suffered from 'skin eruptions' - most likely rashes of some sort. Also he had a great fear of thunder. He profoundly disliked gladiatorial games and made no attempt in pretending to do so, in order to win popularity with the ordinary people of Rome.

In 25 BC he already held his first post as an officer in Cantabria. By 20 BC he accompanied Augustus to the east to reclaim the standards lost to the Parthians by Crassus thirty-three years earlier.

In 16 BC he was appointed governor of Gaul and by 13 BC he held his first consulship.

Then, after the death of Agrippa in 12 BC, Augustus forced a reluctant Tiberius to divorce his wife Vipsania, in order to marry, Julia, Augustus' own daughter and widow of Agrippa.

Then, from 9 BC to 7 BC, Tiberius fought in Germany.

In 6 BC Tiberius was granted tribunician power but he very soon retired to Rhodes, as Augustus was grooming his grandsons Gaius and Lucius to become his heirs. Alas, by 2 BC the unhappy marriage to Julia had broken down completely and she was exiled, supposedly for adultery but very likely due the deep dislike Tiberius felt for her.

Then, with the death of the two apparent heirs Gaius and Lucius, Augustus called Tiberius out of retirement, reluctantly recognizing him as his successor. In AD 4 Augustus adopted him, adding the words 'This I do for reasons of state.' If these words proved anything, then it was, that Augustus was as reluctant to make Tiberius his successor as Tiberius appeared to be reluctant to become it. In any case, Tiberius was granted tribunician powers for ten years and was handed command of the Rhine frontier.

As part of the deal though Tiberius was required to adopt his own eighteen year old nephew Germanicus as heir and successor.

So, from AD 4 to 6 Tiberius again campaigned in Germany. The follwing three years he spent putting down rebellions in Pannonia and Illyricum. After this he restored the Rhine frontier after Rome's defeat at the Varian disaster.

In AD 13 Tiberius' constitutional powers were renewed on equal terms with those of Augustus, making his succession inevitable, as the elderly Augustus died in AD 14.

Tiberius was summoned back not by the senate but by his elderly mother, Livia, widow of Augustus.

Now approaching or in her her seventies, Livia was a matriarch and she wanted to share in ruling the country, too. Tiberius though would have none of it, but in order to secure his position he had Agrippa Postumus, the exiled, last surviving grandson of Augustus, murdered, though some said it was organized by Livia without his knowledge.

At the very beginning of his reign, the powerful Danube and Rhine legions mutinied, because some of Augustus promises regarding their terms of service and benefits were not met. Also they had sworn allegiance neither to the state, nor to Tiberius, but to Augustus. Though, after initial difficulties, these disturbances were eventually quelled.

What followed were several years of intrigue at court, as candidates to succeed Tiberius (and their wives, daughters, friends, etc) manoeuvered for position. Tiberius had probably no part in any of this. But sensing it happening around him unsettled him and only further contributed to his indecision in matters of government.

Germanicus then tried to bring back the German territories lost with the Varian disaster with three successive military campaigns, but failed in achieving this. In AD 19 Germanicus died in Antioch, where he by then held a high command in the east. Some rumours state that Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso, governor of Syria and confidant of Tiberius, had poisoned him. Piso was tried for murder and ordered to commit suicide, but the suspicion remained that he had been acting for the emperor.

The death of Germanicus would have left the way open for Tiberius' own son Drusus to succeed as emperor, but by AD 23 he too was dead, possibly poisoned by his wife Livilla.

The two apparent heirs were now the sons of Germanicus; seventeen year-old Nero Caesar and sixteen year-old Drusus Caesar.

Finally in AD 26 Tiberius had had enough. Because he had probably always been happiest when away from the capital and its evelasting intrigue, Rome's emperor simply departed to his holiday mansion on the isle of Capreae (Capri), never to return to the city.

He left the government in the hands of Lucius Aelius Sejanus, the praetorian prefect. Sejanus believed himself a potential successor of the emperor, and was conspiring against Tiberius whilst removing any other possible candidates to the throne.

In one historic move Sejanus had earlier, in AD 23, moved the nine praetorian cohorts from their camps outside the city into one camp within the confines of the city itself, creating a vast power base for himself.

Enjoying near unlimited power in Rome, Sejanus was free to act and moved the two immediate heirs to the throne, Nero Caesar and Drusus Caesar, aside on what were most likely ficticious charges of treason. Nero Caesar was banished to an island, Drusus was imprisoned in the cellar of the imperial palace. It was long and both were dead. Nero Caesar was ordered to commit suicide, Drusus Caesar was starved to death.

This left only one more surviving son of Germanicus as heir to the throne, the young Gaius (Caligula).

Sejanus' power reached its high-point when he held consular office in the same year as Tiberius (AD 31). But then he brought about his own downfall by plotting the elimination of nineteen year-old Gaius.

The key moment was teh arrival of a letter sent to the emperor by his sister-in-law Antonia warning him of Sejanus.

Tiberius might have retired to his island for his dislike of politics and intrigues. But when he saw teh necessity he could still ruthlessly exercise power. Command of the pratorian guard was secretely transferred to one of Tiberius' friends, Naevius Cordus Sertorius Macro, who on 18 October AD 31 had Sejanus arrested during a meeting of the senate. A letter by the emperor to the senate was then read out expressing Tiberius' suspicions. Sejanus was duly executed, his corpse dragged through the streets and thrown into the Tiber. His family and many of his supporters suffered similar fates.

Tiberius then drew up his will, indecisive to the very end, he left Gaius and Gemellus (Tiberius' own grandson) as joint heirs, but is was obvious that it would be by now twenty-four year-old Gaius who would truly succeed him. For one Gemellus was still an infant. But also because Tiberius appeared to suspect that Gemellus was in fact an adulterous child of Sejanus.

There were many rumours suggesting that Tiberius' retirement home on Capri was a palace of never ending sexual excesses, however, other reports state that Tiberius had moved there 'with only a few companions', who consisted mainly of Greek intellectuals whose conversation Tiberius enjoyed.

Tiberius last years were still fraught with morbid mistrust, and an increase of treason trials gave this time a air of terror. It was in early AD 37 that Tiberius fell ill while travelling in Campania. He was taken to his villa in Misenum in order to recover, but died there on 16 March AD 37.

If Tiberius, aged 78, died naturally or was murdered, is uncertain.

He either died of old age or was smoothered on his deathbed with a cushion by Macro on behalf of Caligula.
3472

Caius married Augusta Antonia "The Younger" ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in Lyons, France. Antonia was born in 35 B.C. in Rome, , Lazio, Italy and died in 37 at age 72.

Children from this marriage were:

4217576384055058       i.  Emperor Rome Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus ROMAN EMPIRE (born 1 August 10 B.C. in Palace Augustus, Roma, Italy - died on 13 October 54 in , , Roma, Italy)

                     ii.  Ceasar Germanicus ROMAN EMPIRE was born in Lyons, France and died on 24 January 41.

Caius next married Augusta Antonia "The Elder" ROMAN EMPIRE,1601 daughter of Ruler Of Rome Mark Anthony III ROMAN EMPIRE and Octavia Thurina Minor ROMAN EMPIRE. Antonia was born before 30 B.C. in Rome, , Lazio, Italy.




8435152768110117. Augusta Antonia "The Younger" ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 daughter of Ruler Of Rome Mark Anthony III ROMAN EMPIRE and Octavia Thurina Minor ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in 35 B.C. in Rome, , Lazio, Italy and died in 37 at age 72.

General Notes:
An excellent woman, the title of Augusta was conferred upon her.

Caligula is reported by Dio Cassius, who wrote two centuries after the event, to have forced his saintly grandmother *Antonia to kill herself

Antonia married Emperor Caius Drusus Nero ROMAN EMPIRE 1601,3472 in Lyons, France. Caius was born in 42 B.C. in Palace Augustus, Roma, Italy 3472 and died on 16 March 37 in Roma, Italy 3472 at age 79.


8435152768110118. Ceasar Germanicus ROMAN EMPIRE,1601,1746 son of Emperor Caius Drusus Nero ROMAN EMPIRE and Augusta Antonia "The Younger" ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in Lyons, France and died on 24 January 41.

General Notes:
Caligula (Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus) often exclaimed , "Oh that the Roman people had but one neck, that I migh t cut it off at a blow!"

Caligula later demanded that divine honors be paid to him throughout the Empire and when, in A.D. 40, the Jews and Christians alone refused, he profaned the Holy Of Holies at Jerusalem by placing there a colossal statue of himsel

Soon after this Caligula was murdered, 24 January A.D . 41, in his 29th year, when Nero was 4 years old.

Germanicus married Agrippina "The Elder" ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <B.C. 12>. Agrippina was born in 12 B.C. and died in 33 at age 45.

Children from this marriage were:

4217576384055059       i.  Augusta Agrippina "The Younger" ROMAN EMPIRE (born in 15 - died in 59)

                     ii.  Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus ROMAN EMPIRE was born 31 August 12 and died on 24 January 41. Another name for Gaius was CALIGULA.




8435152768110119. Agrippina "The Elder" ROMAN EMPIRE 1601,1746 was born in 12 B.C. and died in 33 at age 45.

General Notes:
Julia Vipsania Agrippina (circa 14 BC– AD 33), known as Agrippina Major (Agrippina "the Elder"), was one of the most powerful women in the Roman Empire in the early 1st century AD. She was the daughter of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa by his third wife Julia Caesaris, was grand-daughter of Augustus, wife of Germanicus, and the mother of Agrippina Minor and Caligula.

The place and date of her birth are unknown but by about 5 AD she had married Germanicus, the step-grandson of the Emperor Augustus. The well-regarded Germanicus was a candidate for the succession and had won fame campaigning in Germania and Gaul, where he was accompanied by Agrippina. This was most unusual for Roman wives, as convention required them to stay at home, and earned her a reputation as a model for heroic womanhood. She bore him two daughters in Gaul, a boy and Agrippina Minor in the Rhine frontier.

Agrippina and Germanicus travelled to the Near East in AD 19, incurring the displeasure of the emperor Tiberius. He quarrelled with Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso, the governor of Syria, and died in Antioch in mysterious circumstances. It was widely suspected that Germanicus had been poisoned – perhaps on the orders of Tiberius himself – and Agrippina returned to Rome to avenge his death. She boldly accused Piso of the murder of Germanicus. To avoid public infamy, Piso committed suicide.

From 19 to 29, Agrippina remained in Rome, becoming increasingly involved with a group of senators who opposed the growing power of Tiberius' favourite Sejanus. Her relations with the emperor became increasingly fraught as she made it clear that she believed that he was responsible for the death of Germanicus. Tiberius also evidently feared that she might seek to secure the throne for her own children. In 26, the emperor rejected her request that she be allowed to marry again.

Agrippina and her sons Drusus and Nero Caesar were arrested in 29 on the orders of Tiberius. They were tried by the Senate and Agrippina was banished to the island of Pandataria (now called Ventotene) in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the coast of Campania, where she died on October 18, 33 in suspicious circumstances. The official story was that she had starved herself to death, but it seems equally likely that she was starved on the orders of the emperor. After her death, Tiberius convinced the senate to revoke all her former privileges and declared her birthday to be a day of ill-omen.

Agrippina had nine children by Germanicus, several of whom died young. Drusus died of starvation after being imprisoned in Rome and Nero Caesar either committed suicide or was murdered after his trial in 29. Only two of her children are of historical importance: Agrippina Minor, also known as Agrippina the Younger, and Gaius Caesar, who succeeded Tiberius under the name of Caligula. Despite Tiberius' enmity towards Caligula's elder brothers, he nonetheless made Caligula and his cousin Tiberius Gemellus joint heirs to his property.

Agrippina was regarded by contemporaries as being a woman of the highest character and exemplary Roman morals. There is a portrait of her in the Capitoline Museum at Rome and a bronze medal in the British Museum showing her ashes being brought back to Rome by order of Caligula. 3470

Agrippina married Ceasar Germanicus ROMAN EMPIRE 1601 in <B.C. 12>. Germanicus was born in Lyons, France and died on 24 January 41.

8435152768110142. Meric "Marius" King Of Britain,1601,1746 son of King Arviragus BRITAIN and Queen Of Brittany Venus Julia (Venissa) ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in , , , Great Britain and died in 125 in , , , Great Britain.

General Notes: Marius died A.D. 125. His remarkably long ancestry has bee n preservedin the ancient Welsh records.

Meric married Princess ICENIAN 1601 in <, , , Great Britain>. Princess ICENIAN was born in , , Great Britain and died in Y.

8435152768110143. Princess Icenian,1601,1746 daughter of King Prasutagus ICENIAN and Queen Boadicea "Victoria" ICENIAN, was born in , , Great Britain and died in Y.

Icenian married Meric "Marius" King Of Britain 1601 in <, , , Great Britain>. Meric was born in , , , Great Britain and died in 125 in , , , Great Britain.

8435152791340032. Genebald Duke Of The East FRANKS,1601,1746 son of Dagobert Duke Of The East FRANKS and Mrs-Dagobert Duchess Of The East FRANKS, was born about 262 in , , , Germany and died in 358 about age 96.

Genebald married Mrs-Genebald Dutchess Of The East Franks 1601 in 299. Mrs-Genebald was born about 268 in , , , Germany.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576395670016       i.  Dagobert Duke Of The East FRANKS (born about 300 in , , , Germany - died in 379)


8435152791340033. Mrs-Genebald Dutchess Of The East Franks 1601,1746 was born about 268 in , , , Germany.

Mrs-Genebald married Genebald Duke Of The East FRANKS 1601 in 299. Genebald was born about 262 in , , , Germany and died in 358 about age 96.

8435152791340064. King Richimir FRANKS,1601,1746 son of CLODOMIR King Of The Franks and Mrs. CLODOMIR King Of The Franks, was born about 271 in <, , Germany> and died in 350 about age 79.

Richimir married about 290.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576395670032       i.  King Theodimir FRANKS (born about 291 - died in 360)


8435152791340560. Mellobaude Frankish King Of WORMS 505 was born in 320 in Wormsgau, Germany and died in 376 at age 56.

Mellobaude married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576395670280       i.  Richimir Chief Of FRANKS (born about 350 in France - died in 384)


8435152791340562. Ascyllius 505 was born about 330 in France.

Ascyllius married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576395670281       i.  Ascyla (born about 355 in France)


8435152791349248. Abba Mari EXILARCH OF ISRAELL,3340 son of Mar 'Ukball EXILARCH OF ISRAELL and Unknown, was born in 300 and died in 370 at age 70.

Abba married.

Children from this marriage were:

                      i.  Soshandukht Of ISRAEL.

4217576395674624      ii.  NATHAN II (born in 330 - died in 400)


8435152791350272. Yezdagird I SHAH OF PERSIA,3340,3432 son of Shapur III SHAH OF PERSIA and Unknown.

Yezdagird married Soshandukht Of ISRAEL.3432

The child from this marriage was:

4217576395675136       i.  Varahan V SHAH OF PERSIA


8435152791350273. Soshandukht Of ISRAEL,3340,3432 daughter of Abba Mari EXILARCH OF ISRAELL and Unknown.

Soshandukht married Yezdagird I SHAH OF PERSIA.3432

8435152791805952. King In Sweden Yngvi ALREKSSON,1601,1746 son of King In Sweden Alrek AGNASSON and Dagreid (Dageith) DAGSDOTTER, was born about 466 in , , , Sweden and died in Y.

Yngvi married Mrs-Yngvi ALREKSSON 1601 about 486 in Of, , , Sweden. Mrs-Yngvi was born about 470 in , , , Sweden and died in Y.

Children from this marriage were:

4217576395902976       i.  King In Uppsala Jorund YNGVASSON (born about 487 in , , , Sweden - died in Y)

                     ii.  Erick YNGVASSON was born about 489 in , , , Sweden and died in Y.

                    iii.  Ingibjorg YNGVASDOTTER was born about 491 in , , , Sweden and died in Y.


8435152791805953. Mrs-Yngvi ALREKSSON 1601,1746 was born about 470 in , , , Sweden and died in Y.

Mrs-Yngvi married King In Sweden Yngvi ALREKSSON 1601 about 486 in Of, , , Sweden. Yngvi was born about 466 in , , , Sweden and died in Y.

8435152791805984. Frodi DANSSON,1601,1746 son of King Dan "The Proud" Olafsson DENMARK and Grytha DENMARK, was born about 433 in , , , Denmark and died in Y.

Frodi married about 453 in , , , Denmark.

Children from this marriage were:

                      i.  Halfdan FRODASSON was born about 454 in , , , Denmark and died in Y.

4217576395902992      ii.  Fridleif FRODASSON (born about 456 in , , , Denmark - died in Y)


8435152791805988. Huneric King Of The VANDALS In Africa,505,3475 son of Gaiseric King Of The VANDALS In Spain & Africa and Unknown First Wife Or MISTRESS, was born about 440 in Carthage, Africa and died in 484 in Carthage, Africa 3475 about age 44.

General Notes: Huneric launched a general persecution of Christianity and the Latin Church, which was very strong in North Africa, apparently from genuine religious fanaticism rather than for political reasons. The Vandals were Arian (Christian heretics).

Noted events in his life were:

• Ruled: 477-484.

Huneric married Eudoxia of ROMAN EMPIRE. Eudoxia was born about 448 in Roman Empire.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576395902994       i.  Hilderich King Of The VANDALS In Africa (born about 470 in Carthage, Africa - died after 530 in Deposed In Favor Of Gelimer)


8435152791805989. Eudoxia of ROMAN EMPIRE,505 daughter of Valentinian III Emperor of ROMAN EMPIRE and Licinia Eudoxia of EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE, was born about 448 in Roman Empire.

Eudoxia married Huneric King Of The VANDALS In Africa.3475 Huneric was born about 440 in Carthage, Africa and died in 484 in Carthage, Africa 3475 about age 44.

8435152791805990. Thrasamund Of The VANDALS,505 son of Gelimir Of The VANDALS and Eurica Of The GOTHS, was born about 465 in Carthage, Africa.

Thrasamund married Amfleda Of OSTROGOTHS. Amfleda was born about 468 in Ravenna, Italy.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576395902995       i.  Amfleda "The Younger" Of VANDALS (born about 482 in Carthage, Africa)


8435152791805991. Amfleda Of OSTROGOTHS,505 daughter of Theodoric King Of Italy & OSTROGOTHS and Andelfieda (Audeflede) Princess Of FRANCE, was born about 468 in Ravenna, Italy.

Amfleda married Thrasamund Of The VANDALS. Thrasamund was born about 465 in Carthage, Africa.

8435152792240708. Arngrim GRIMSSON,505 son of Grim HERGRIMSSON and Brauggerd STARKSDOTTIR, was born about 452 in Norway.

Arngrim married Eyfuru SVAFLAMSDOTTIR. Eyfuru was born about 454 in Norway.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576396120354       i.  Angantyr ARNGRIMSSON (born about 472 in Norway)


8435152792240709. Eyfuru SVAFLAMSDOTTIR 505 was born about 454 in Norway.

Eyfuru married Arngrim GRIMSSON. Arngrim was born about 452 in Norway.

8435153067837440. Ernak King Of HUNS,3397 son of Attila "Scourge Of God" The Hun King Of HUNS and Gundrun A BURGUNDIAN, was born about 445 in Hungary and died in 476 3397 about age 31.

Noted events in his life were:

• Ruled: 469-476. 3397

Ernak married.

The child from this marriage was:

4217576533918720       i.  Chaba (Chola) Prince Of The HUNS (born about 470 in Hungary - died after 530 in Scythia Minor (Nw Of Black Sea))

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