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Emperor Nero: the tyrant of Rome. Nero, the fifth and final emperor of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, used the resources of the mighty Roman Empire for his own indulgences and no one could stop him. Jonny Wilkes profiles one of top candidates for the uneviable title of 'Rome’s worst ruler'

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Nero was born near Rome on 15 December 37 AD and was known as a child as Domitius. Through his mother Agrippina he was the only surviving direct male descendant of the emperor Augustus. In 49 AD ...

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Nero (AD 37-68) was the Roman emperor to whom Paul appealed upon return to Jerusalem after his third missionary journey. Though not mentioned by name in the Bible, secular records (and perhaps the book of the Revelation) identify him as a ruthless man who began persecuting Christians. He began to rule in AD 54, and ruled until AD 68. He is thought to have had both Paul and Peter killed in Rome ...

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Nero is said to have been obsessed with his own popularity and far more impressed by the theatrical traditions of the Greeks than Roman austerity – something that was considered simultaneously scandalous by his senators and superb by the inhabitants of the eastern part of the empire.

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Nero is one of the more famous Roman Emperors, but not because he was a great leader. Just the opposite. He became famous because he was insane. Nero wasn't insane when he became emperor. He slowly became insane while he was emperor. Over time, Nero became murderously insane. he had hundreds of people killed for no reason other then they caught ...

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The Roman emperor Nero is known as one of history’s most brutal and eccentric leaders. He is said to have killed his mother, stepbrother and wives, persecuted Christians and squandered a fortune ...

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Nero burns Rome and blames it on the Christians. Emperor Nero was one of the most diabolical of Rome’s Twelve Caesars. He practiced Machiavellian rules 1,400 years before Machiavelli wrote them. He used the absolute power he possessed to preserve himself at all costs. To Nero, the end always justified the means.

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Most of the historical evidence for Nero persecuting Christians comes to us from the writings of the Roman historian Tacitus, who wrote between 115-120 CE, at least fifty years after the events he ...

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A known fact of past history is that 2000 years ago, during the time of John the Revelator, Caesar Nero was the reigning emperor of the Roman Empire. Nero reigned from 54 - 68 AD. Nero reigned from 54 - 68 AD.

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But our most detailed images of homosexual marriages come from the descriptions of Roman emperors. Nero, a depraved first-century emperor, married at least two men. He wed Pythagoras in a formal same-sex wedding by first putting on a bridal veil that made Nero the "bride" and Pythagoras the "groom."