Germanicus Caesar


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Germanicus Caesar

(dʒɜːˈmænɪkəs)
n
(Biography) 15 bc–19 ad, Roman general; nephew of the emperor Tiberius; waged decisive campaigns against the Germans (14–16)
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Ger•man′i•cus Cae′sar

(dʒərˈmæn ɪ kəs)
n.
15 b.c.a.d. 19, Roman general.
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We don't know what it looked like, but it would have been different from that in the extant post-exilic Book 1 dedicated to Germanicus Caesar and which is more reflective of the early principate of Tiberius (see below).
In the 1st century AD, Roman general Germanicus Caesar connected Sagitta with Zeus and the shepherd youth Ganymede.
Caesar Augustus, by going back to the province of Syria after the death of Germanicus Caesar.