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Vespasian: Mule Breeder to Roman Emperor

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 Vespasian: mule breeder to Roman Emperor, what a magnificent tale.

Vespasian: The Path To Power (Roman Empire Documentary) | Timeline

 

Most people have heard of the Roman Empire, though many do not realize it was around for 1000 years, and when it adopted Christianity, the Roman Empire we know gradually died. Christians then are doing the same thing what leftwing so-called Christians are doing today; they're helping non-natives invade western countries, and as a result of this, the Roman Empire with over 1000 years of success came to an end.

 
"The Roman Empire was one of the greatest and most influential civilizations in world history. It began in the city of Rome in 753 BC and lasted for well over 1000 years. During that time Rome grew to rule much of Europe, Western Asia, and Northern Africa."

Kids History: Ancient Rome Timeline for Kids - Ducksters

The Roman Empire's thinking was nationalist, and they promoted, free food for the poor, and free games for all.

One of the greatest leaders of the Roman Empire was a former mule breeder, he was from the working class, and he rose to the top to accurately one of the greatest Roman Emperors in history. His name was Titus Flavius Vespasianus.

Screenshot 1vespThis man has achieved many great feats, including erecting the colosseum.

Looks at the life of the Roman emperor Vespasian, from childhood to his death in 79 AD. Provides insight into the sophisticated workings of the Roman Empire.

 

elaustraliano

Vespasian was not corrupt. He chose not to enrich himself by public office, unlike many of his contemporaries and, dare I say say, many of today's politicians and military brass. No wonder they dedicated a theatre to his memory!
Andy Bis
love this show. Very interesting person, vespasian is probably one of the greatest Roman emperors

Battlefield Dogs Airsoft
The soldiers are the re-enactment group called the ermine street guard. They are brilliant.
 Richard Cleveland
Fascinating; really well done. I'm re-reading Robert Graves - finished "I, Claudius" a couple of days ago and am now into "Claudius the God," probably the two best fictional works about the early Roman empire. Unfortunately, only Vespasian's son Titus was worthy of succeeding him - Domitian was a throwback to the worst of the Julio-Claudians - but, then, it led to the Five Good Emperors. Thanks for the work that went into this film.
DoomDriver32
Great document never knew Vespasian built the colosseum or maybe I did but I wasn't paying attention in history class :D
 
 
 
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