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History quiz

Roman Emperors

Tiberius the second emperor of Rome
Tiberius born in 42 B.C. to Tiberius Claudius Nero
Tiberius retired to Rhodes to live a quiet life as a private citizen
Tiberius When he died in 37 AD, Rome welcomed the news
Caligula He was joyfully welcomed by the people, and gave promise of a successful reign
Caligula was a very popular choice to serve as the next emperor since most citizens believed or hoped he possessed the same qualities as his esteemed late father
Caligula was stabbed 30 times and his body was unceremoniously dumped into a shallow grave
Claudius Disfigured, awkward and clumsy
Claudius poor taste in women and advisers would prove his undoing
Claudius She called her son “a monster, a man whom Mother Nature had begun work upon but then flung aside”
Claudius Crazy Like a Fox
Claudius worked hard at his job, starting work just after midnight every day
Claudius made major improvements to Rome’s judicial system
Claudius passed laws protecting sick slaves
Claudius extended citizenship and increased women's privileges
Claudius constructed the Claudian aqueduct
Nero was the last of the Julio-Claudian emperors
Nero his mother controlled all of his emperor things
Nero tried to kill his mother
Nero was interested in chariot racing and dramas and the lyre
Nero forced people to watch his plays and lose at chariot racing so he could win
Nero Hated the Christians
Nero set the Christians on fire
Nero died by a stabbing
Nero was going to be flogged but he killed himself instead
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