Come and Discover:
In 64 AD, most of Rome was destroyed by a great fire.
Promptly, after the disaster, between 64 and 68 AD, Nero built his new residence called Domus Area or Golden House, because of the frescoes, precious gold leaf, glass mosaics, pearls, and marble that covered every single inch of its surface.
The extravagant and decadent estate, that occupied three of Rome's fabled Seven Hills, expanded for over 300 acres.
When Nero moved in, Suetonius, one of his biographers, recounts that he grandiosely announced: “At last I can begin to live like a human being”.
The lecture lasts one hour with 20 minutes of Q&A at the end!
The Lecture is Free but any and all donations are appreciated!
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