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being four more than sixty

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Two disappointed Blaenau Ffestiniog Councillors: Cllr Annwen Daniels, Bowydd a Rhiw Ward, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd Cllr Mandy Williams-Davies, Diffwys & Maenofferen Ward, Blaenau Ffestiniog and Gwynedd Council cabinet member for the economy 64 AD: The Great Fire of Rome took place during the reign of Nero.
LOOPY Emperor Nero is known as the man who started the Great Fire of Rome in 64 AD and fiddled tune-fully as the city burned.
St Paul spread the word of Jesus to the Jewish diaspora (who were generally disliked by the conventional Jews in Jerusalem) during four journeys between 46 and 64 AD, before he was captured and executed by the Romans.
St Paul spread the word of Jesus to the Jewish diaspora during four journeys between 46 and 64 AD before he was captured and executed by the Romans.
In the second story, the TARDIS takes the timelord to Rome 64 AD, where the Doctor becomes embroiled in a plot involving Emperor Nero (Derek Francis).
Mark's Gospel, very likely written down for the Christian community in Rome close to the time of Nero's persecutions (sometime after 64 AD) would have been blown away by the Easter story.