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Could Romans stop the deranged emperor from burning Rome?
Many Romans believed Emperor Nero (Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus) started the Great Fire of Rome (64 AD) in order to clear land for his new palatial villa known as Domus Aurea (“Golden House”).
His building projects drove Rome to bankruptcy, which eventually forced him to commit suicide in 68 (the first Roman emperor to do so), after receiving (fake) news that he was about to be executed for treason.
Nero’s reign was associated with tyranny, debauchery and extravagance.
Other deranged Roman emperors include Caligula, Commodus and Tiberius.
[Prepared by Affiliated Scientists.]
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