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NERO: INFAMOUS ROMAN EMPEROR

Rome was burning and Nero was playing the flute

As soon as this name comes on the tongue, Nero becomes the image of a dictatorial king. The example of the cruelty of the Nero’s recorded in the pages of history can be exemplified by the fact that when a city in Rome was burning, he was watching flames from his palace playing the flute. How did he become the most insensitive and cruel emperor?.

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Nero the infamous king

Nero was the emperor of Rome. Who ruled Roman power from 0054 to 0068. Nero, the last emperor of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, made his mark as a cruel, tyrannical, ineffective, and dictatorial king. Nero’s father Gneiss Domitis Ahenbarbus and mother’s name were Agrippin the Younger. He lost his father in the early days. A few days after the death of her husband, Nero’s mother married her uncle, the then King Claudius. Nero’s mother persuaded King Claudius to adopt him and declare heir to the throne. Historians believe that in order to give her son the throne, his mother had her husband Claudius murdered in 0054. After the death of Claudius, at the age of 17, Nero became the emperor of Rome. He was the youngest ruler to sit on the throne of Rome.

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His mother Agrippin the Younger had a tremendous influence on Rome in the early days of Nero becoming king, but over time his power grew and gradually became so cruel, tyrannical, and dictatorial that he murdered his own mother Granted. There was a period of turmoil in Rome during his reign. The stories of Nero’s brutality did not stop here. He also spared his first wife Octavia due to differences. He also killed his second wife. Later he wants to have a relationship with a married woman in Rome. For this, Nero also killed the woman when she first murdered and protested the woman’s husband. The subjects of Rome were already plagued by the tyranny of Nero but his cruelty and insensitivity were exceeded when one of Rome The city was burning, but Nero was watching a frightening scene of high flames from his palace playing flute.

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Nero’s Palace

According to experts, Nero himself was behind this fire in the city. The Senate of Rome became so enraged by this that it declared Nero an enemy. There is also a legend that public outrage and rebellion against his cruelty can be gauged from the fact that Nero’s bodyguards themselves joined him when the Roman governor of Spain attacked Rome with his army. Due to this he had to flee. During the rebellion, the Roman Senate also issued orders to hang him but Nero committed suicide to avoid the fear of arrest and hanging.

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