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Synonyms for Caligula

Roman Emperor who succeeded Tiberius and whose uncontrolled passions resulted in manifest insanity

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According to Roman historian Suetonius, writing in the Lives Of The 12 Caesars, Caligula indeed planned to make Incitatus a consul.
Who else, on the other hand, aside from Caligula's horse, can claim either Caligula or his daughter made their victory possible?
This was proved by his own life, which he barely preserved under one wrathful emperor, Caligula, and lost under a second, Nero.
AD41: The mad Roman Emperor Caligula was assassinated.
| January 24 ROMAN Emperor Caligula was assassinated by his own guards this January night in 41AD, after just four years in power.
French President Francois Mitterrand said she had "eyes of Caligula and the mouth of Marilyn Monroe".
The author provides a military history of Rome during Caligula's reign, showing that his foreign and military policy was relatively sound and how many of his initiatives were finished by his successors.
La variedad de disenos de la ceca permite a la autora valorar la intensidad de la propaganda imperial, evidente, sobre todo, en las emisiones de Caligula, pero atendiendo tambien a un contexto local mas limitado en todo caso que el apreciable en las emisiones municipales.
They all share the Roman dictator Caligula's dictum: "Let them hate as long as they fear."
The Oscar-winning actress has disrobed in films over the years, from 1979's Caligula to Calendar Girls and The Roman Spring Of Mrs Stone.
By: Egypt Today ROME -- 23 October 2017: A floor mosaic from one of Roman Emperor Caligula's opulent private ships, which was stolen after World War Two, is on its way back to Italy from the United States where it has been recovered from a private collection.
The play to set the theatrical wheels in motion will be Caligula, by Nobel Prize winner Albert Camus.
When Caligula became Roman emperor in AD 37, the people rejoiced."On all sides, you could see nothing but altars and sacrifices, men and women decked in their holiday best and smiling," according to the first-century writer Philo.
Helen, 70, who went full frontal for the X-rated movie Caligula, said she had no regrets about her displays.