|Do not fly Iberia
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Translated by Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb
Book XV Chapter 31: War between Armenia/Rome and Iberia/Parthia (cont.)[AD 63]
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|He then departed, and found Pacorus in Media, and Vologeses at Ecbatana who was by no means unconcerned for his brother. In fact, Vologeses had entreated Corbulo by special messengers, that Tiridates might not have to endure any badge of slavery, or have to deliver up his sword, or be debarred the honour of embracing the governors of the provinces, or have to present himself at their doors, and that he might be treated at Rome with as much respect as the consuls. Accustomed, forsooth, to foreign arrogance, he had no knowledge of us, who value the reality of empire and disregard its empty show.