Nero Himself

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Nero Himself

Locality: Glasgow, United Kingdom
Summary: Student at University of Strathclyde
Education:  University of Strathclyde  (2006-2010) 

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I am amazed that "several concerned members of Elim Church ...

I am amazed that 'several concerned members of Elim Church' viewed the Sky Ride as persecution of the Christians, as if Nero himself had decided to...

Review - The First Apostle by James Becker

Under the direction of Nero himself, Vespasian offers his prisoner the choice of either writing a signed confession and being sent to Rome to be put to the sword, or to ...

BBC - History - Ancient History in depth: Christianity and ...

Rumours abounded that Nero himself was responsible. He certainly took advantage of the resulting devastation of the city, building a lavish private palace on part of the site of ...

Flavius Maximus

... this sketch many times over (and over and over and over) on their TV series, and they also had Flavius appear in a mystery about arson in ancient Rome, called in by Nero himself.

Marco Pontuali - Tour Manager and Guide - Music in Ancient Rome

Music contests were quite common and attracted a wide range of competition, including Nero himself, who performed widely as an amateur and once traveled to Greece to ...

"A Cloud of Witnesses - a sermon at the start of the Olympics

5 years earlier in AD64 the Emperor Nero himself won various races including the 10 horse chariot race. It is maybe fanciful to imagine our author had ever attended the Olympics as ...

corinth

Wielding a gold shovel, Nero himself was first to break ground, but the canal was not completed due to the collapse of the canal sides.

Big Finish - Doctor Who: The Romans

Meanwhile, Ian and Barbara are kidnapped and sold as slaves: Ian on a galley in the Mediterranean Sea, and Barbara to serve in the court of Nero himself.

Corinth - where the Apostle Paul never trod

Plutarch tells us that Nero himself used the rostrum to proclaim the "freedom" (tax exemption) of the Greeks. "The city of Corinth has twice now been the scene of the same ...