Augustus's oldest friend.
She becomes the de facto leader of Rome's anti-Tiberius faction following Germanicus's death.
He instills Claudius with self-confidence and a love of history.
His greatest fault is his trust in his wife and his daughter.
She has a dream that foretells the way in which Claudius will assume the position of Emperor.
His reign as Emperor is marked by madness and capricious acts.
Claudius's longtime mistress.
He assassinates Caligula.
Livilla poisons him in order to marry Sejanus.
His physical disabilities and stammer give him the appearance of an idiot.
Caligula's favorite sister.
Claudius's father, his death is blamed on Livia's personal physician.
He and his brother are adopted by Augustus and then poisoned by Livia.
He is named co-heir of the Empire, along with Caligula.
Claudius's older brother.
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