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Tutor, Ju'lius

a Treviran, who had been placed by Vitellius in a command on the left bank of the Rhine (A. D. 69), took part in the rebellion of CLASSICUS. After the murder of Vocula, he gained over the Roman soldiers at Colonia Agrippinensis and on the banks of the Upper Rhine to the oath to the empire of Gaul. He neglected to guard the Upper Rhine and the passes of the Alps against Cerealis; and, on the appearance of the Roman army he was deserted by a large body of his troops. He retired to Bingium, and was there defeated. After assisting Valentinus in his attempt to renew the war [VALENTINUS], he joined Civilis and Classicus, with whom he fled across the Rhine. [CIVILIS.] (Tac. Hist. 4.55, 59, 70. 5.19-22).

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