Rome fall in 576 but the Roman empire outlived by almost a millennia.
@someone2018 For a lot of it's history, Byzantine had control over Rome itself, and later on was near it's border, if we want to use your logic. Even then, being Roman doesn't mean having Rome, otherwise why would we call it the country in Eastern Europe, Romania? Additionally, the official name of Constantinople was Nova Roma or New Rome, so for all of Byzantine's existance, it had (New) Rome.
He was so well liked that Constantine claimed Claudius Gothicus as an ancestor.
good brain exercise.
These are a bit addictive.
Yeah! But unfortunately now it only beats 90.3% of test takers...
Anyway, Caligula is one of the simplest cases, he was indeed born as Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus and just added Augustus to his list of cognomina when he became emperor.
But if we're gonna name emperors, Caligula and Caracalla are now pretty much the standard when referring to these guys. no need to be pedantic about it in a quick quiz!
This beats or equals 93.2% of test takers
STILL ONLY 4 POINTS!!!
Probably the most work I've ever put into taking a single quiz. Gotta thank the quiz maker for helping to keep my memory fresh.
I feel like having a fairly big apple pie for very cheap money.
Mark Antony in Shakespeare was Marcus Antonius.