The Emperors of Ancient Rome: Ancient Roman Tradition of Displaying Achievements, the Second Emperor of Rome, Emperor Tiberius’ Relationship With his Mother Livia, Tiberius’ Open Pedophilia, Roman Emperor Caligula Practicing Incest, Caligula Enjoying Bloodlust, Emperor Claudius Possibly Having Tourette’s Syndrome, Emperor Nero’s Insatiable Love of the Arts and Forcing His Subjects Into a Locked Room to Indulge Himself, the Ornate Artwork of Emperor Trajan’s Column, Emperor Hadrian Memorialized as an Emperor of Peace, Hadrian’s Most Famous Architectual Achievement, Hadrian’s Lover and the Edifices Erected in Honor of Him, Emperor Antinous Drowning, Hadrian’s City of Antonopoulos in Honor of Antinous and the Cult That Derived From This, Hadrian’s Nickname, and the Size of Rome Under Hadrian’s Rule

The ancient Romans favored placing pictures of their achievements and conquests on monuments as most Romans were illiterate and this was the most effective way to signify to the people the strength of the empire or the strength of an individual. The emperor Tiberius, the adopted son of Augustus, was the second emperor of Rome. Tiberius was quite a cruel person and had a contentious relationship with his mother Livia, to say the least. The quarrels between Tiberius and Livia were so intense that ...

Subscribe now for just $9.99 per month and gain access to over 1,250,000 (1.25 million) words worth of educational material pertaining to a wide array of subjects and interests

Some of the topics covered include (but are not limited to)...

Science - physics, elements, chemistry etc.
Mathematics - theories, historical figures, important equations etc.
History - famous figures, battles, empires and civilizations etc.
Art - artists, artwork, art mediums etc.

The ultimate resource for teachers, students, writers; truly anyone with a curious and open mind for new concepts and novel vantage points of observing the world

Not convinced? Keep scrolling. Enjoy the first 500 characters of each and every piece of content available for premium members for FREE! The scroll never ends, so learn all you can!