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What made Emperor Nero such a hated ruler in his time? In today's educational animated cartoon video we are looking back into Roman history at one of Rome's most hated rulers, Emperor Nero, and if he really did burn Rome to the ground. Subscribe to our new channel: I AM: 🤍 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO US ► 🤍 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES DISCORD ►🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 💭 SUGGEST A TOPIC 🤍 📝 SOURCES: 🤍
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You’ve heard of Nero, of course. He’s a highlight of world history in high school - the crazy Roman emperor who supposedly fiddled with a tune while the city burned to the ground. You’ve heard he was out of his mind, sure, but you have no idea exactly how nuts the last of the Julio-Claudian emperors was. Born into the twisted web of the Roman royal family, Nero was adopted by Emperor Claudius as heir to the Roman Empire. Nero distinguished himself as even crazier than any of his predecessors (which is saying something considering Caligula came before this guy). Be sure to subscribe to the Weird History Newsletter: 🤍 #nero #romanhistory #weirdhistory
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Considered one of the greatest political criminals of all time, Roman emperor Nero’s name became synonymous with evil due to his transgressions. The historic accounts are full of heinous accusations against the mad emperor that portray him as a crazy, lustful, greedy, and horrible human being who had sympathy for, no one. Especially when it comes to his family. Did he really marry a servant while being dressed as a bride? Is he the most successful Olympian in history? And was he so evil that he is the inspiration behind the Christian myth of the Prince of Darkness, the opposite of Jesus Christ? Welcome to Nutty History, and today let’s look at the weird things that were normal for Roman Emperor Nero. More Nutty History 🥜 🤯 "Shocking" Things 🤍 🤢 Hygiene History: 🤍 😧 What it was Like: 🤍 🤯 Crazy Events 🤍 🥜 "Weird" Things 🤍 😳"Creepy" Things 🤍 Thank you so much for watching our video! We really love the support that you all bring to each and every video ❤️ Don't click this 👉 🤍 #NuttyHistory #ancientrome #weirdthings
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Nero may have been known for his cruelty, but his second wife Poppaea was no less sinister. She was able to manipulate the emperor and convince him to do the unthinkable, resulting in the elimination of those who threatened her place as empress. #nero #romanemperor #history #poppaeasabina #octavia #agrippina #sporus
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Historians theorize how the Roman Emperor Nero may be the antichrist referenced in the Bible. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 ➡ Get Season 1 of The Story of God: 🤍 ➡ Watch all YouTube clips here: 🤍 ➡ Get More The Story of God: 🤍 About The Story of God: Today, for better or worse, the power of religion touches all of our lives, no matter what our faith. This is Morgan Freeman's journey to discover how our beliefs connect us all. This is the quest of our generation. This is the Story of God. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Was Nero the Antichrist? | The Story of God 🤍 National Geographic 🤍
Nero is remembered as a cautionary tale of power and excess. Thoughtless, cowardly and utterly disinterested in his people, Nero holds a space of contempt in the eyes of history. But is this view of him entirely fair? Odyssey is your journey into the world of Ancient History; from the dawn of Mesopotamia to the fall of Rome. We'll be bringing you only the best documentaries that journey into the mysteries and ruins of worlds long lost. Subsribe so you don't miss out! It's like Netflix for History: the world's finest documentary streaming service use the code 'Odyssey' to get 50% off your History Hit subscription! 👉 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Odyssey is part of the History Hit Network. For any queries, please contact owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com
In 68 AD, Galba, the governor of Spain rose up in revolt against the reign of Nero, and commanded his vast armies to march on Rome. Nero pinned his last hopes on an elite force of warriors: The Praetorian Guard. From the Series: Eight Days That Changed Rome: The Downfall of Nero 🤍
Roman Emperor Elagabalus, who ascended the throne in 218 AD, was known for his cruel and depraved behavior, which rivals that of some of the most infamous rulers of all time. He went as far as to chain women naked to chariots and use them as horses, whipping them as he rode around. Was Elagabalus the most disgusting ruler of all time? #history #facts #romanemperor #rome #ancient #ancientrome #elagabalus
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Emperor Nero We’ve certainly come along way since the time of Augustus, there was no longer any pretense of a republic, Rome was now a hereditary monarchy and Nero had seen the Empire as his personal inheritance, his right by blood. Augustus and his direct successor Tiberius had to strike a fine balance between exorcising their power and paying lip-service to the senate. Throughout his reign, Nero displayed little interest in actually governing the Empire but he loved the recognition and fame that came with the position, and as H. H. Scullard writes in his book ‘From the Gracchi to Nero’ ‘He wrote poetry and the few surviving fragments do not suggest total lack of merit.’ And considering he spent most of his time devoted to his artistic pursuits we can’t certainly expect a total lack of skill. However, he was probably not as good as he thought. On this channel we focus on Roman History and right now we're doing a video on every Roman Emperor, if you're interested in that subscribe or watch the playlist here: 🤍 The SPQR Store: 🤍 Sources and Suggested reading: Annals and Histories - (Tacitus) 🤍 The Twelve Caesars - (Suetonius) 🤍 Dio's Roman history - (Cassius Dio) 🤍 From the Gracchi to Nero: A History of Rome from 133 BC to AD 68 (H. H. Scullard) 🤍 The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome (Chris Scarre): 🤍 Music Used in the video: Cinematic Music Ancient History - Ender Güney (🤍 Make History (Vlog No Copyright Music) - Cinematic Epic Classic (🤍 #Emperorsofrome #Romanemperors #SPQR #Romanhistory
Jacqui Rossi talks about Nero: the good, the bad, and the murder-y. #Biography Subscribe for more Biography: 🤍 Dive deeper into Biography on our site: 🤍 Follow Biography for more surprising stories from fascinating lives: Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Biography Season 1 Biography features in-depth profiles of the exceptional people whose lives and times stir our imagination. An Emmy award-winning documentary series, Biography thrives on rich details, fascinating portraits and historical accuracy, seasoned with insider insights and observations. bio believes that the truth is more entertaining than fiction. True stories matter more to us because they happen to real people. We dig deep to find the most gripping, surprising and amazing stories. Whether it's a biopic, documentary, talk show or non-fiction series, BIO. delivers an honest portrayal of stories that will leave you amazed. BIO. True Story.
The last of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, Emperor Nero is an emperor whose story shouldn't be passed over lightly. The history of Rome is marked by great and deplorable men. But what made the Nero's life story such a tragic one? In this mini-history documentary, we examine the vice of selfishness in the life of Emperor Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus. From his mother's exile to his brother's murder, from the great fire of Rome to the murder-party-boat, from a nation that loved him to a Senate and Republic that was out for his blood, the Roman Emperor Nero's life is characterized by chaos brought about by his own selfishness. The lessons from Emperor Nero and his life are ones that we can and should pay attention to. We all fall susceptible to the temptation to see ourselves as better than our neighbor. And as you'll see, the end of selfishness is our own undoing. About the Show: Welcome to Famous Men of Virtue: Rome, a series of narrative historical documentaries on famous figures of virtue and vice from the chronicles of classical history. Hosted by a crowd of Memoria Press favorites, Famous Men of Virtue: Rome takes a close look at virtuous living through the eyes of the prominent individuals of the classical world. To order your set of Famous Men of Rome: 🤍 #MemoriaPress #FamousMenofVirtue #RomanHistory #ClassicalStudies #RomanStudies #FamousMenofRome Hope you were listening...
Vespasian, one of the Roman Empire's finest emperors remains largely unknown, yet his reign in 1st century AD transitioned a weakening Empire into a period of stability and growth that was the legacy of the other great emperors Trajan, Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius and Septimius Severus. Vespasian ultimately saved Rome from disaster and made possible the Golden Age of the 2nd century AD. Odyssey is your journey into the world of Ancient History; from the dawn of Mesopotamia to the fall of Rome. We'll be bringing you only the best documentaries that journey into the mysteries and ruins of worlds long lost. Subsribe so you don't miss out! It's like Netflix for History: the world's finest documentary streaming service use the code 'Odyssey' to get 50% off your History Hit subscription! 👉 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Odyssey is part of the History Hit Network. For any queries, please contact owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com
Sporus was a young boy who was castrated and forced to become the wife of the Roman emperor Nero. Their relationship was both controversial and fascinating, and it has been the subject of much speculation and debate. In this channel, we will explore the life of Sporus, from his childhood to his death. We will discuss his relationship with Elagabalus, his role in Roman politics, and his legacy. We will also examine the cultural and historical significance of Sporus. We hope you will join us on this journey to learn more about this fascinating figure. Here are some of the topics we will cover: Sporus's early life His castration and marriage to Nero His role in Roman politics His death and legacy The cultural and historical significance of Sporus
00:00 Intro, please leave a like, comment and sub 00:49 77 to 31 10:01 30 to 1 19:53 Please like, comment and subscribe! After deliberating a lot, I've ranked every Roman Emperor from worst to best ranging from Augustus all the way to Theodosius I. It took me, well... a really long time. There were so many lousy Emperors, good God. So many of them were just straight-up forgettable. Am I going to do a sequel to this, and make a Ranking Every Western and Eastern Roman Emperor? Yeah, probably. Eventually, that is...
Nero was one of Ancient Rome’s most notorious Emperors whose name is synonymous with death and destruction. Emperor Nero might be one of the biggest cheaters in the history of the world, and his transgressions only get worse from there. If you’re interested in stories like Emperor Nero’s you should consider hitting that subscribe button because that’s what we specialize in and you won’t want to miss a single one of our epic uploads. Now, without any more hesitation, let’s take a look at some of the most unspeakable things that Emperor Nero did during his reign. Welcome to Rad History! In this channel you will find the best history videos, history documentaries about dark history, ancient history, history legends and and more. #RadHistory #HistoryVideos #romanempire #romanemperor #nero #burning #ancientrome Scriptwriter: Will Hodge Narrator: Keith Just Video Editor: Tran Thanh 00:00 Introduction 00:36 Cheating His Way to The Top 02:33 Matricide 03:48 Nero's Obsession With Music 05:38 The Great Fire Of Rome 07:38 Burning Of Christians 10:03 Cheating In Chariot Races DISCLAIMER: All materials in these videos are used for entertainment purposes and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. If you are, or represent, the copyright owner of materials used in this video, and have an issue with the use of said material, please send an email to kylemccluskeyyt🤍gmail.com
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In this video we go over various facts about Roman emperors that will surprise and shock you. #shorts #history #facts #nero #romanemperors #emperornero #elagabalus #juliuscaesar #rome #ancientrome #romanempire #historybypass #pranks
Death by molten gold isn’t just a grisly Game of Thrones invention. In the third century, a Roman emperor named Valerian is alleged to have died when his rival poured liquid gold down his throat. Valerian’s gruesome death was nearly as bad as the horrific executions in Henry VIII’s time, and that's really saying something. Unfortunately for Valerian, his execution was only one part of his humiliating captivity in the hands of the Persians. That is, if we're to believe the account of Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius, an early Christian author who was no fan of Valerian's. #EmperorValerian #AncientRome #WeirdHistory
Commodus had ruled Rome from 177. For the first three years of his reign, he was actually "co-Emperor" with his illustrious father, Marcus Aurelius. Marcus Aurelius is well-known today for the collection of his writings entitled "The Reflections of Marcus Aurelius," a virtual handbook for those who wish to live a calm, stoic life of moderation. Marcus Aurelius was a revered figure in his time, and in the time since, he has been dubbed one of the "Five Good Emperors" for his accomplishments: expanding the borders of the empire and increasing the prosperity of Rome. Commodus, whose birth name was "Lucius Aelius Aurelius Commodus," may have suffered from an inferiority complex, knowing or believing that he could not and would not achieve his father's fame. He may also have been one of the countless spoiled princes throughout history, never being forbidden anything, especially since his stoic father was often absent governing the empire. He might also have been seriously ill mentally – he may have been all three. We will never know for sure. We know that Commodus committed many crimes – not crimes to him perhaps, but to us? Without doubt. Commodus is sometimes compared to the earlier Roman emperor Nero (37AD- 68 AD). Nero is still remembered as one of the cruellest emperors, and his life ended when he ordered his slave to kill him – he had just been pronounced a "public enemy" by the Senate for his harsh rile. Commodus was also cruel, and he was finally strangled by a champion wrestler, the killing arranged by his advisers. Both emperors fancied themselves artists. Nero was famed for dressing as a woman and putting on public concerts – he was reputedly terrible, but no one dared not applaud the performances. Commodus also loved singing and dancing and fancied himself a comedian, though his crudity made his aristocratic peers uncomfortable. He also believed himself to be a great gladiator and fought with trained slaves or gladiators, but never in public. Pity the slave or gladiator that didn't let the emperor win, though it is said that Commodus was quite skilled. #rome #commodus #history #ancientrome #nero #romanempire #emperorcommodus #romanemperor Scriptwriter: Matthew Gaskill Video Editor & Motion Graphics: Kanishka Mudaliyar Voice-over Artist: Chris Redish Music: Motionarray.com Copyright © 2021 A Day In History. All rights reserved. Timecode: 00:00 Start 02:20 Commodus' father, the great Marcus Aurelius 04:13 How it began 06:03 Commodus and his sister 07:28 The killing of senators 08:49 The emperor's “entertainment” 11:13 Renaming Rome 13:10 Commodus' Reputation DISCLAIMER: All materials in these videos are used for entertainment purposes and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. If you are, or represent, the copyright owner of materials used in this video, and have an issue with the use of said material, please send an email to adayinhistory2021🤍gmail.com
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What did the Emperor Nero Look Like? An accurate 3D face re-construction of Emperor Nero that was based on his busts, statues and the descriptions of contemporary historians. Nero was a Roman emperor who became infamous for his personal debaucheries and extravagances and, on doubtful evidence, for his burning of Rome and persecutions of Christians.
The Emperior Nero distinguished himself as the first ruler of Rome to authorize a state sponsored assault on the fledgling Christain movement. Aside from this, he represents one of the most unbalanced and vicious characters in the history of the Roman world. Nevertheless, during his reign the Christian message continued to spread, touching an ever increasing number of both Jews and Gentiles in the ancient world. For more resources, please visit 🤍brucegore.com.
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Nero, in full Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, also called Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus, original name Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus, born December 15, 37 CE, Antium, Latium—died June 9, 68, Rome), fifth Roman emperor (54–68 CE), stepson and heir of the emperor Claudius.
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Emperor Caligula was one of the most insane men in history, and if he were around today, he would be greatly feared. This bold ruler of the Roman Empire will go down in history for his violent actions and the evil ways he ruled the Roman people. Check out our new video and see if you think Caligula deserves to go down in history as one of the greatest evil rulers of all time. Check out my new channel I Am: 🤍 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO THE INFOGRAPHICS SHOW ► 🤍 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES DISCORD ►🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 💭 SUGGEST A TOPIC 🤍 📝 SOURCES: 🤍 All videos are based on publicly available information unless otherwise noted.