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money changers, with dealings in gold and silver plate, is confirmed by this passage. It does not, however, appear that they were artificers of the precious metals, though they dealt in old and current coins, sculptured vessels, gems, and precious stones. of the price of goods he had bought of them, but, during his praetorship, defrauded the owners of chariots in the Circensian games of the prizes due to them for their victory. His sister, jeering him for the complaints made by the leaders of the several parties, he agreed to sanction a law, " That, for the future, the prizes should be immediately paid." A little before the death of Tiberius, he was prosecuted for treason, adulteries, and incest with his sister T.picla, hut escaped in the timely change of affairs, and died of a dropsy, at Pyrgi;Pyrgi was a town of the ancient Etruria, near Antium, on the sea coast, but it has long been destroyed. leaving behind him his son, Nero, whom he had by Agrippina, the daughter of Germanicus.
e several parties, he agreed to sanction a law, " That, for the future, the prizes should be immediately paid." A little before the death of Tiberius, he was prosecuted for treason, adulteries, and incest with his sister T.picla, hut escaped in the timely change of affairs, and died of a dropsy, at Pyrgi;Pyrgi was a town of the ancient Etruria, near Antium, on the sea coast, but it has long been destroyed. leaving behind him his son, Nero, whom he had by Agrippina, the daughter of Germanicus.e several parties, he agreed to sanction a law, " That, for the future, the prizes should be immediately paid." A little before the death of Tiberius, he was prosecuted for treason, adulteries, and incest with his sister T.picla, hut escaped in the timely change of affairs, and died of a dropsy, at Pyrgi;Pyrgi was a town of the ancient Etruria, near Antium, on the sea coast, but it has long been destroyed. leaving behind him his son, Nero, whom he had by Agrippina, the daughter of Germanicus.