Suetonius was a Roman historian, famous for his book about the first Roman emperors "Twelve Ceasars". Very readable even now, it is still in print and you can order it (in English) in any bookstore.
Suetonius's birth name is Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus.
Suetonius was born in 0069.
Suetonius died in 0140.
suetonius was the roman governor during the rise of boudicca in AD 61
thought he was arrogant
because they took more than half
Most importantly, in Suetonius's description, Antony speaks "but briefly" and Brutus did not speak at all. Antony did arrange (he was consul and it was his job) to have a song sung with the words "Saved I these men that they might murder me?", and had the heralds read out the oath the Senators had taken (under duress) to protect Caesar's life. Caesar was cremated shortly thereafter according to Suetonius.
The Roman army led by Gaius Suetonius Paulinus defeated Boudicca's forces.
I would say Suetonius who wrote the Twelve Caesars and Tacitus who wrote Annals and Histories.
Gaius Suetonius Paulinus was the Roman governor of Britannia in 59-61 AD.