Later Roman Emperors

Later Roman Emperors

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Times for the Roman empire were becoming dark indeed. Marcus Aurelius was the last of the “five good emperors” and was sadly succeeded by his unworthy son Commodus. Commodus is chiefly remembered for his great love for gladiatorial combat in which he himself often partook. He delighted in causing bloodshed himself and loved to be called “The Roman Hercules”.


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