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Tiberius (/taɪˈbɪəri.əs/; Latin pronunciation: [tɪˈbɛɾɪ.ʊs]) is a Latin praenomen, or personal name, which was used throughout Roman history. Although not especially common, it was used by both patrician and plebeian families. The feminine form is Tiberia. The name is usually abbreviated Ti., but occasionally Tib.
In the works of Harry Turtledove, Tiberius may refer to:
- Tiberius (Roman Emperor), historical general and second emperor of the Roman Empire, mentioned in Give Me Back My Legions!
- Tiberius III, historical Byzantine Emperor, whose overthrow and execution is portrayed in Justinian.
- Tiberius (son of Constans II), historical co-emperor of the Byzantine Empire, son of Constans II, brother of Constantine IV, and uncle of Justinian II, who appears in the novel Justinian.
- Tiberius (Justinian's son), historical son of Justinian II, whose life and death are depicted in the novel Justinian.