A historical scroll with history about emperor Nero from ancient sources.
Roman scroll: emperor Nero (english version)
A text written on papyrus is a book for eternity. The scroll out of papyrus contains on 1,20 meters historical about emperor Nero, who allegedly has burned down Rome!
- length circa 1,20 m
- in roman character set (unicals)
- papyrus scroll in German with latin letters (unziale)
Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus (probably born 70 AD, died circa 130-140 AD), in English called Sueton, was a roman writer and government official, who as well reported about emperor Nero.
For modern historians he delivered with his work a really important source of information about the life or roman experts as well as the twelve roman emperors.
The book out of papyrus began to roll on the roman market, normally made of twenty sheets of papyrus (kollemata).
The english translation of Sueton about emperor Nero are printed in latin writing on the ancient scroll - the so called unical; that by the way was maintained as writing until the first books in the 6th century. In reports about the notorious emperor Nero for example is said: "The nocturnal activities of the emperor..." And the reading matter really is a captivating story!
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