I had read Goldsmith's History of Rome, and had formed my opinion of Nero, Caligula
Thus a Trajan and an Antoninus, a Nero and a Caligula
, have all met with the belief of posterity; and no one doubts but that men so very good, and so very bad, were once the masters of mankind.
There were Cain and Nimrod, and Nero, and Caligula, and Dionysius, and Pisistratus, and - and a thousand others, who never knew what it was to have a soul during the latter part of their lives; yet, sir, these men adorned society.
Upon some of these Bon-Bon caught a glimpse of the letters Machi - Maza- Robesp - with the words Caligula, George, Elizabeth.
Rome was doubtless a very amusing place in the days of Caligula
, but it has sadly fallen off since.
By the Agrippina of the play Drusus was mother of the three boys of the play, Nero (not the Emperor), Drusus Junior, and Caligula
More fortunate than Caligula
, who wished that the Roman Senate had only one head for the better satisfaction of his cruel lust, he beheld in that one man all the forces he had set at defiance: the force of law, property, oppression, and injustice.
AD41: The mad Roman Emperor Caligula
, whose real name was Gaius Julius Caesar, was emperor between AD 37 and AD 41.
With a cast of 13 actors, Caligula
has already seen much success in Athens and Thessaloniki, and now it is time for the audience in Nicosia and Limassol to enjoy this performance with original music by Blaine Reininger.
became Roman emperor in AD 37, the people rejoiced.
Aunque estrenada hasta 1945, Camus empezo la escritura de su neuralgico drama Caligula
en 1937, cuando los preambulos de la segunda gran contienda recrudecian sin amparo el estado animico tras la corriente existencialista de entreguerras.