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Strata: In History

DECEMBER 15, 37 A.D. The notorious Roman emperor Nero (Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus), who came to be known for having his mother and adoptive brother executed, for “fiddling while Rome burned” and for being a persecutor of early Christians, is born.

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