Roman Emperor used to burn Christians as a night light

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During the 54 to 68 A.D. a Roman emperor named Nero ruled in a very displeasing way. He was very violent and was known for executing even his own mother and step brother. His violent ways didn’t stop there as he is also known for widely persecuting Christians. The extent of his ungodly ways was when he allegedly burn Christians at night in his garden to serve as a light source for him. Although the information might seem inaccurate because of the intense violence, historians claim that Nero was very popular during his time making story possible. His violent steak was ended when he was published as a public energy. Later on he was planned to be killed. Knowing the plan Nero chooses to be killed by his own secretary himself. The Romans rejoiced with the death of the violent ruler and continued to live a more peaceful and fruitful life.

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