Nero: Destroyer of Rome
The Rosen Publishing Group, 2003 - 110 Seiten
Nero was an emperor whose capriciousness and arrogance nearly destroyed the Roman political system. It is probably not true that Nero started the fire that burned much of Rome in AD 64, but his cruel actions afterward made him one of the most despised rulers of all time.
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Born to Rule
Games and Plays
Abuse of Power
Collapse of Control
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