Drusus, Nero Claudius

Drusus, Nero Claudius, surnamed “Germanicus,” younger brother of Tiberius and son-in-law of Marc Antony; distinguished himself in four successive campaigns against the tribes of Germany, but stopped short at the Elbe, scared by the apparition of a woman of colossal stature who defied him to cross, so that he had to “content himself with erecting some triumphal pillars on his own safe side of the river and say that the tribes across were conquered”; falling ill of a mortal malady, his brother the emperor hastened across the Alps to close his eyes, and brought home his body, which was burned and the ashes buried in the tomb of Augustus.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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