and her mother was Agrippina the Elder, a granddaughter of the first Roman emperor Augustus.
Roman triumphal practices changed significantly at the start of the imperial period when the first Roman Emperor Augustus decreed that only emperors would be granted triumphs.
The Roman historian Florus also describes the visit of numerous envoys, which included Seres(China), to the first Roman Emperor Augustus, who reigned between 27 BCE and 14 CE: Even the rest of the nations of the world which were not subject to the imperial sway were sensible of its grandeur, and looked with reverence to the Roman people, the great conqueror of nations.
While he and his sister were growing up in Rome, they were part of the remarkable court of Antonia Minor, a niece of the first Roman emperor Augustus and the youngest daughter of the triumvir Mark Antony.
Publius Quinctilius Varus (46 BC Cremona, Roman Republic – September 15, 9 AD near Kalkriese, Germany) was a Roman general and politician under the first Roman emperor Augustus.
The birth rate among the aristocracy declined to such an extent that the first Roman emperor Augustus (reigned 27 BCE–14 CE) passed a series of laws intended to increase it, including special honors for women who bore at least three children (the ius trium liberorum).
China also sent a mission to Anxi, which were followed up by reciprocal missions from Parthian envoys around 100 BC: The Roman historian Florus describes the visit of numerous envoys, including Seres (Chinese or central Asians), to the first Roman Emperor Augustus, who reigned between 27 BC and 14: In 97 the Chinese general Ban Chao dispatched an envoy to Rome in the person of Gan Ying.