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Twelve Emperors by Suetonius

Tiberius Chapter 76: The will of Tiberius.[37 AD]
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Two years before his death he [Note 1] had made two copies of a will, one in his own hand and the other in that of a freedman, but of the same content, and had caused them to be signed and sealed by persons of the very lowest condition. In this will he named his grandsons, Gaius, son of Germanicus, and Tiberius, son of Drusus, heirs to equal shares of his estate, each to be sole heir in case of the other's death. Besides, he gave legacies to several, including the Vestal Virgins, as well as to each and every man of the soldiers and the commons of Rome, with separate ones to the masters of the city wards.

Note 1: Tiberius

Event: Illness and death of Tiberius