Just before their military confrontation, Caesar responds to Ariovistus’s justification of his policy towards the Aedui.
Critognatus’s speech against Rome
Faunus’s prophecy about the glorious future of Rome under the reign of a new emperor, probably Nero
Corydon wants to prove to his patron Meliboeus that himself and his brother Amyntas are able to compose a poem for the ruling emperor
The irony of Roman lordship
The treatment of prominent Romans found to be Christians
The criminality that pervades Roman law
The eagerness of lapsed Christians to sacrifice under the Decian edict
Christians who have acquired fake certificates of pagan sacrifice
Rome’s shameful origins
The destruction of the Jerusalem Temple
The end of the Flavian dynasty?
The falling in favour of the Jewish people, their subjugation by Rome, and the coming of Christ
The communication between Pontius Pilate and the emperor Tiberius about Christ
Paul in Rome and the reputation of Nero