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He never removed his daughter-in-law or grandsons, 1 after their condemnation, to any place, but in fetters and in a covered litter, with a guard to hinder all who met them on the road, and travellers, from stopping to gaze at them.

1 Agrippina, and Nero and Drusus.

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