Claudius the God and His Wife Messalina - Section IX, chapter 22-24 Summary & Analysis

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Section IX, chapter 22-24 Summary

Senate votes for five more honors for Claudius: the Civic Crown, the Naval Crown, Brittanicus (a hereditary title, the erection of two arches to commemorate his victory and the establishment of an annual festival to celebrate the day of his triumph. Messalina receives all of the honors that Livia received in life; Claudius still opposes the title "Augusta". Claudius prepares for his march into the city by given ornaments to all of the senatorial ranked soldiers in the campaign. Messalina accuses Justus of planning a revolt, though in actuality he learned of her infidelities, and advises Claudius to kill Justus, so Lusius Geta is named the new Commander. Claudius is very happy with the day of his march. He begins with a decoration ceremony and then holds three audiences, for the governors of provinces, for ambassadors from...

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