“But the greatest credit which Drusus got for kindness and justice towards the people was, that he never seemed to propose any law for his own advantage; he committed the charge of seeing the colonies rightly settled to other commissioners…”

-Commentary on the virtues of Drusus; Plutarch, Caius Gracchus, Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans (c. 75-100 AD)

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