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Page 30 - ... spread a wider alarm among others. Many considered his offence to have been aggravated by his own indiscretion : he boasted too loudly that " his troops had stood loyal while others were rushing into mutiny ; nor could Tiberius have retained the throne, if those legions too had caught the passion for revolution." Such claims, the Caesar thought, were destructive of his position, and left it inadequate to cope with such high deserts. For services are welcome exactly so long as it seems possible...