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In the year 68, the Roman Senate did something astonishing: it declared Nero, the sitting Emperor, a public enemy and called for his execution. This was, pretty much, the last independent act of that that august body; henceforth it would be a rubber stamp for the holders of the increasingly autocratic, not to say megalomaniacal, […]
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