Bauli the Scene of the Murder of Agrippina

@article{Mcdaniel1910BauliTS,
  title={Bauli the Scene of the Murder of Agrippina},
  author={W. B. Mcdaniel},
  journal={The Classical Quarterly},
  year={1910},
  volume={4},
  pages={96 - 102}
}
Ancient writers tell conflicting stories of the last hours of Agrippina, the mother of Nero. Modern commentators have been equally at variance in their attempts to harmonize them. A consideration, however, of all the evidence makes a reasonable account of the tragedy seem even yet possible. Naturally, most confidence has been put in the more circumstantial narrative of Tacitus. 

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