10.02.09 - Nero 10.02.09 Neor sends Anicetus with an armed...

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Nero 10.02.09 Neor sends Anicetus with an armed force of sailers to murder Agripina Seneca is a stoic philosopher Brittanicus was poisoned by Nero Seneca is a philosopher, yet the right hand man of Nero, wrote the letter to the senate for Nero that said aggripina tried to kill him so he could cover up killing her Tactitus has a good opinion of Seneca, Tacitus comes to the conclusion that Seneca was a force for the good Tacitus does not like Nero Tacitus Chapter 12 o Nero like chariot racing in public – Seneca was dead set against these things, Nero discredited himself and the Roman state o Nero’s racetrack was located in the Vatican valley o He liked to act, he also liked poetry o Lucan: was one of the mso timportant poets at the time o Nero was very interested in poetry 328-332 o Conquest of Britain was started by the emperor Claudius o Brudicca was the wife a deceased king of Norfolk England o Brudicca starts a revolt, to kick out the romans o
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2010 for the course CLAS 208 taught by Professor Baron during the Spring '10 term at McGill.

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10.02.09 - Nero 10.02.09 Neor sends Anicetus with an armed...

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