The Mad Emperor Caligula Declared He Was God

A bust of emperor Caligula. Source: Aaron Rutten / Adobe Stock

Caligula was one of Rome’s most tyrannical emperors. His reign from 37-41 AD was filled with murder and debauchery at levels even his infamous nephew Nero could not reach. He was also mad. 

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Source: Ancient Origins

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