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Latin Roman Emperor Facebook Essay

609 words - 3 pages

Labor: Imperator Romae
Urbs: Roma
Urbs Domestica: Roma
Titus Flavius Vespasianus

- Constructio
- Regnans Romam
- Lex
- Musica
- Adiuvans populum
- Familiae et amici
- Impendens pecuniam
- Ludi Gladiatorii
- Feminae
Urbs: Roma
Dies ortus: December XXX, XXXIX A.D.
Lingua: Latin
Opiniones Religiosae: Sequor deos et deas.
Prolationes: “Corpus mortui hostis semper olfacit dulcem.”
Cognatio Status: Mea primus uxor perivit. Ei nomen erat Arrecina Tertulla. Ego sum divortium ab Marcia Furnilla. Ego sum non in cognatio.
Amici et Familiae
Domitilla I
Arrecina Tertulla
Marcia Furnilla
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In this section put things your emperor would have liked. For Vergil I would write: ars scribendi

Here are some helpful websites. Only use the first one if you have one of the emperors listed under it.
Information on Augustus, Vespasian, Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius, Septimus Severus, &Constantine

The massive Arch of Titus, celebrating his triumphs over the Jews, still stands today in the Forum in Rome. (René Seindal)
The building of the Roman Colosseum began between 73-75 A.D. and was almost completed in 79AD when Vespasian died. Vespasian's older son Titus saw the completion of building the Colosseum and the inauguration games in A.D. 81.

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