[ droo-suhs ]
/ ˈdru səs /
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Nero Claudius "Germanicus", 38–9 b.c., Roman general.
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The Daily Pic: Drusus, heir to the empire of Rome, was known for his bloodlust.The Face of a Psychopath?|Blake Gopnik|August 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The first of these politicians to rise into prominence was M. Livius Drusus.
The franchise law of Drusus secured for him unbounded popularity throughout Italy and bitter opposition at Rome.
This is a City so very ancient, that Florus tells us twas founded by Drusus.The Memoirs of Charles-Lewis, Baron de Pollnitz, Volume II|Karl Ludwig von Pllnitz
Drusus, trusting in their projects, had had the art to restrain them and to obtain from them the promise of a blind obedience.
Drusus caused it to be declared that, like the Roman citizens, they should no longer be subject to be beaten with rods.