Emperors Dont Die in Bed

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It also required Christian senators and equites to perform acts of worship to the Roman gods or lose their titles and property, and directed that they be executed if they continued to refuse. It also decreed that Roman matrons who would not apostatize should lose their property and be banished, and that civil servants and members of the Imperial household who would not worship the Roman gods should be reduced to slavery and sent to work on the Imperial estates. The execution of Saint Prudent at Narbonne is taken to have occurred in Eutropius , writing between and AD, stated that Valerian "was overthrown by Shapur king of Persia, and being soon after made prisoner, grew old in ignominious slavery among the Parthians.


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According to this version of events, after a long period of such treatment, Valerian offered Shapur a huge ransom for his release. In reply, according to one version, Shapur was said to have forced Valerian to swallow molten gold the other version of his death is almost the same but it says that Valerian was killed by being flayed alive and then had Valerian skinned and his skin stuffed with straw and preserved as a trophy in the main Persian temple.

According to the modern scholar Touraj Daryaee , [14] contrary to the account of Lactantius, Shapur I sent Valerian and some of his army to the city of Bishapur or Gundishapur where they lived in relatively good conditions. Shapur used the remaining soldiers in engineering and development plans. Band-e Kaisar Caesar's dam is one of the remnants of Roman engineering located near the ancient city of Susa.

It has been alleged that the account of Lactantius is coloured by his desire to establish that persecutors of the Christians died fitting deaths; [18] the story was repeated then and later by authors in the Roman Near East fiercely hostile to Persia.

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The joint rule of Valerian and Gallienus was threatened several times by usurpers. Nevertheless, Gallienus held the throne until his own assassination in AD. Valerian appears in Harry Sidebottom 's historical fiction series of novels Warrior of Rome. They have him on show in Persia, stuffed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Valerianus disambiguation. Not to be confused with Valerian II. Gallienus: A study in reformist and sexual politics.

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Kent Town, S. Australia: Wakefield press. Epitome Historiarum. XII, Revue Numismatique 6 : 63— Encyclopaedia Iranica. Consequently, the relief must be made after CE. In Lenski, Noel ed. The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Constantine. Cambridge University Press. Frend The Rise of Christianity. The Eternals nearby trembled with fear. However, Regalia was never seen again after this battle.

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People assumed it ended with his death. From then on, this place earned the name, Imperial Demise! This infamy naturally came with skepticism. True Gods came to test it out and sure enough, none ever came out.

Eternals and True Emperors suffered the same fate. Due to the assured casualty, people stopped coming here. They wisened up and realized that coming here meant suiciding. Just mentioning the name of this place was enough to shock anyone. A progenitor has fallen here as well. No need to pay back your debt then and still got a fire seed for free.

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