Triumph of Tiberius over Pannonians
The Triumph of Tiberius. From a cameo in the Museum of Vienna. Represents triumph of Tiberius over Pannonians (later AKA Pannonii). Their chief, Bato (AKA Baton), who for seven years resisted Tiberius, is represented chained and crouching beneath the trophy. He wears trousers, like the inhabitants of Gallia Braccata; on the neck of the second prisoner is seen the Gallic torc. Note: the rebellion of the Pannonians against Tiberius began in A.D. 6 and was put down in A.D. 9.
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