Agrippina received the title of priestess in the ritual of offering sacrifices to Claudius who was then deified. Leo girls don’t argue we explain why we’re right mug. She was allowed to attend meetings of the senate senate, observe and listen to the discussions behind a curtain. During the first months of Nero, Agrippina controlled his son and empire. However, when Nero began to engage with a liberal woman named Claudia Acte, Agrippina vehemently protested, she lost power. Agrippina turned to support Britannicus and sought to take him to the throne. In February 55, Britannicus was poisoned on the orders of Nero. This was the beginning of a power dispute between Agrippina and her son. From 55 to 58, Agrippina proved very reserved and attentively observed all the actions of Nero. Agrippina was deprived of power and all titles from her son, including her Roman bodyguard and her German guard. Pallas was removed from the court. Pallas and Burrus and Seneca’s resistance is considered to be due to Agrippina losing control.