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EMPEROR NERO DRUSUS CLAUDIUS GERMANICUS Rome was not built in a day There is more to this statement as regards its contextual meaning when the name Nero is mentioned Just like the United States of America of today Rome was a very powerful place cum nation It had a whole lot of domain under her In fact the Romans ruled and dominated the world The Romans had powerful and eloquent Emperors who ruled and lead the nation to height and in the long list of Emperors it would not go down well with history if the name Nero is not mentioned and I am definitely sure Christians will find such list despicable We will come to understand what this means Nero was born on the 15th of December AD 37 to a distinguished Roman Originally born Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus circumstances lead to the transformation of this name as we shall soon see However after the death of his father whom Nero was to inherit his wealth his mother was banished to the Pontian Islands and Neros inheritance was taken from him as well as seized With the death of the former Emperor and the rise of a new one - Emperor Claudius Drusus Germaincus Neros mother Aggripina the Younger found favour in his sight and was eventually married by the new Emperor Thereafter the young Neros education was entrusted into the careful watch of an eminent scholar cum philosopher- Lucius Seneca This write up is to narrate in brief terms Neros ascendancy to the throne as Emperor his atrocities and woes as well as death I also argue here that Nero and Adolph Hitler are two men history will never forget for their negative contributions and that these two men were nothing more to the world than terrorists Although I will not be saying any thing much about Hitler the focus is Nero Definitely Aggripina was later able to persuade the
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