When several client kings came to Rome to pay their respects to him and argued about their nobility of descent, he allegedly cried out the Homeric line: The Germanic guard, stricken with grief and rage, responded with a rampaging attack on the assassins, conspirators, innocent senators and bystanders alike.
In Roman political culture, insanity and sexual perversity were often presented hand-in-hand with poor government. Additionally, the historians who wrote them are described as biased, either overly critical or praising of Caligula. In a now lost portion of his Annals, Tacitus gave a detailed history of Caligula.
Caligula began appearing in public dressed as various gods and demigods such as HerculesMercuryVenus and Apollo. Fabius Rusticus and Cluvius Rufus both wrote condemning histories on Caligula that are now lost.
Fabius Rusticus was a friend of Seneca who was known for historical embellishment and misrepresentation. Aiding him in his actions was his good friend, Herod Agrippawho became governor of the territories of Batanaea and Trachonitis after Caligula became emperor in AD Modern historians have put forward numerous theories in an attempt to explain these actions.
Agrippa was rewarded with his territories.
In AD 40, Caligula expanded the Roman Empire into Mauretania and made a significant attempt at expanding into Britannia — even challenging Neptune in his campaign. The cryptoporticus underground corridor beneath the imperial palaces on the Palatine Hill where this event took place was discovered by archaeologists in The prospect of Rome losing its emperor and thus its political power was the final straw for many.
Former Roman provinces Thrace and Commagena made client states by Caligula. With this in mind Chaerea convinced his fellow conspirators, who included Marcus Vinicius and Lucius Annius Vinicianusto put their plot into action quickly.
Health[ edit ] All surviving sources, except Pliny the Eldercharacterize Caligula as insane. He ordered the execution of Chaerea and of any other known conspirators involved in the death of Caligula.
Ancient resources as well as recent archaeological evidence suggest that, at one point, Caligula had the palace extended to annex this structure. Caligula invited Ptolemy to Rome and then suddenly had him executed.
After a soldier, Gratusfound Claudius hiding behind a palace curtain, he was spirited out of the city by a sympathetic faction of the Praetorian Guard  to their nearby camp.
Mauretania[ edit ] Mauretania was a client kingdom of Rome ruled by Ptolemy of Mauretania. A handful of other sources add a limited perspective on Caligula. He was buried within the Mausoleum of Augustus ; induring the Sack of Romethe ashes in the tomb were scattered.Sem categoria Describing the man and emperer caligula.
By. Publicado em 09/10/ 09/10/ Throughout the centuries the name of Caligula has been synonymous with madness and infamy, sadism and perversion.
It has been said that Marshal Gilles de Rais, perhaps the most notorious sadist of all time, modelled his behaviour. on that of the evil Caesars described by Suetonius, among whom is. Jun 09, · The mad Roman emperor Caligula romances a young Moor woman plotting to kill him while he continues his debauched lifestyle of sex and murder.
By then Tiberius had largely withdrawn from active government and retreated to the island of Capri, where Caligula kept him company and tried to play the part of a dutiful and upright young man. However, he could not fool Tiberius, who described him as a 'serpent'.
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Oct 11, · When one supposedly rich man died, and it was subsequently discovered that he indeed had no money at all, Caligula simply commented: “oh dear, he died in vain.Download