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Cuirass bust of Caligula. Marble. 37—41 A.D. Height 51 cm. Inv. No. 1453. Copenhagen, New Carlsberg Glyptotek.

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The Fomalhaut system contains a cleared ring (shining brightly in this image) in the dust around the star. Scientists suspect that this gap was cleared by a pair of terrestrial planets, but new research reveals that the presence of gas could also create such a breach.

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Caligula(b.12-41AD): 3rd emperor of Rome(followed Tiberius Claudius Nero) who suffered a "brain sickness" in AD37 and thus became crazy; c. 38 makes his horse a consular and gives him a marble stall; Goes to make Britania a Roman province, but after arriving, commands his men to, instead of fighting, collect seashells and parades them through Rome; Declares himself a god-king; Assassinated in 41 via his Praetorian Prefect(comparable to the head of the Secret Service)

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Hadrian: Roman emperor famous for his wall, being the first emperor to have a beard and his homosexuality

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Caligula (Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus), 12-41 AD Roman Emperor, as a Young Man

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Legions of Rome. Wading the river...You've got to give kudo's to the reenactors. They really allow you to feel what it must have been like.

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из The Lost Treasure Chest

Historical Warrior Illustration Series Part XVIII

https://thelosttreasurechest.wordpress.com/2011/12/06/historical-warrior-illustration-series-part-xviii/

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SOUMISSION DE LA GAULE BELGIQUE 57 av JC, 1°contre les Belges,12: BATAILLE DE L'AISNE. S'établissant sur une position élevée en avant du camp, César fait creuser des forts de part et d'autre de la colline pour protéger son front droit par des machines de guerre, l'autre flanc étant accoudé à la rivière. Les 6 légions de la campagne contre les Helvétes puis contre les Germains sont alignées devant le camp (les VII, VIII, IX, X , XI et XII), les 2 dernières étant mises en réserve (les XIII et…

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