Tiberius has his 4th consulship
Contributed by Southpaw Ben
This year, Tiberius will be elected consul for his fourth term. At the end of this year, he begins to tire of politics, and will begin making his way out of the political arena.
Search and Destroy
Contributed by David Verne
This year's governor of Africa is Junius Blaesus. He is an experienced veteran and the uncle of Sejanus, Tiberius' advisor and commander of the Praetorian Guard. As soon as he arrives, Tacfarinas sends envoys to Rome demanding large amounts of land and money from Tiberius and threatening to continue an eternal war. Tiberius rejects these and tells Blaesus to offer pardons to any rebels who laid down arms, but Tacfarinas was to be captured or killed. Blaesus prepares three divisions under the command of himself, his son, and Cornelius Scipio, a general sent from Rome. Blaesus marched south through the middle of the province, while his son and Scipio guarded surrounded the east and west flanks, cutting off any means of escape. They rendezvoused in what is now southern Tunisia. They set up forts and began sending out units on search and destroy missions. Tacfarinas was soon cut off with his forces scattering to save themselves. The Romans returned with many prisoners, but Tacfarinas managed to escape again. Tiberius saw this as good enough and awarded Blaesus Triumphal Decorations. 
- Dando-Collins, Stephen (2010). Legions of Rome. St. Martin's Press.