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Marcus and Lucius fought Marcomanni and Persians together, but party-animal Lucius soon came under the weather. The plague had come to kill many a Roman, thankfully the remaining emperor was Marcus Aurelius, wiser was no man. The only choice that makes us think of him lesser, was the how he picked his successor. Commodus was cruel, corrupt, and mean, pretended to be a gladiator, such a sight had never been seen.
Old Pertinax tried to fight the growing corruption, so the Praetorians killed him, disliking the interruption.
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Didius Julianus then won the Empire in an auction in a bar. Septimius ruled with iron fist, caring only for the army. His sons Geta and Caracalla drove each other barmy. For when giant Maximinus killed him, it was the start, of fifty years of civil war that tore the Empire apart.
Maximinus Thrax was a massive fighter, a real brute. Showed two Gordians that rising up against him was an idea that was not good. Pupienus and Balbinus beat Max, it was very hard, only to be assassinated by the Praetorian Guard. Gordian Three then ruled for a year or five, before Philip the Arab took his life.
Decius persecuted the Christians, thinking they were a curse. Hostilian, Trebonianus Gallus, Aemilian, things are only getting worse! With Valerian, the Empire saw its darkest hour: captured in battle, made a Persian slave with no power. Then two chunks of Empire split off from the rest: Palmyra in the east and Gaul in the west. Gallienus ruled in Rome for eight tense years, while east and west were run by his imperial peers. Things were at last getting a little better phew , when a Gothic invasion was beaten by Claudius Two.
The next emperor is Quintillus, about whom little is known, and then the great Aurelian reunited the Empire, ruling alone. And yet the Crisis was not yet done, as next came Tacitus and Florian. The last two emperors of the Crisis were Carinus and Numerian, who were replaced by the great Diocletian.
Diocletian ended fifty years of anarchy, by reorganising the Empire into what we call the Tetrarchy. This meant four Emperors ruled at once, which makes quite a challenge for a simple rhyming dunce. But when Dio and Max both peacefully retired, trouble started: Constantine and Maxentius wanted to be the next Emperors to be hired.
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But Galerius picked Severus and Maximinus Daia, then Constantius died, which really started a fire: Constantine and Maxentius both declared emperors as well, and then Maximian came back from his retirement spell. Old Dio returned to sort out the whole mess, then died on his farm, quite possibly of stress.
Licinius now too claimed the throne, then, at last, Constantine beat the others and ruled alone. Constantine made the future of the Christians a lot more hopeful, and moved the capital to a little town we call Constantinople. Constantine the Second died fighting his bro, Constans lived longer, but was then replaced by general Vetranio. Constantius the Second then ruled alone, until he made his cousin Julian co-emperor, thowing him a bone.
Julian the Apostate had grand plans, to reorganise the Empire and take it back from the Christians, but his plans had only just begun, when he charged into battle without his armour on. Obviously, he lost that fight, then Emperor Jovian inhaled carbon monoxide.
Valentinian died of rage when an argument with a Goth got vocal, his brother Valens lost his life in the battle of Adrianople. Gratian thought the pagans had to be repressed, Valentinian Two was the last emperor to choose to rule the west. Meanwhile, in the east, the emperor was Theodosius, a religious man who listened well to Saint Ambrosius. Theo was the last man to rule east and west alone, from now on, the two would have a separate throne.
He gave one Empire to each of his sons, unfortunately, Arcadius and Honorius were useless morons.
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Arcadius at least had the good sense to die after only thirteen years on the throne, while Honorius worried about his chickens during the Sack of Rome. Theodosius Two gave Constantinople walls that would save it in plenty a close fight, while in the west, Honorius at last died.
The crumbling west was reigned for two years by John, but Theo appointed Valentinian Three, who attacked the west and won. He is said to have died at the age of and was the father of many children, including Lamech, the father of Noah.
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The name has been variously explained as meaning "man of the weapon" or "man [worshiper] of [the deity] Salah. The parallel is even more exact in the Septuagint which transcribes "Methuselah" in both instances. Methuselah according to the Bible lived years, longer than any of the pre-Abrahamic fathers of the human race. Babylonian tradition attributes exaggerated longevity — tens of thousands of years — to its heroes. Cassuto believes that the Bible wishes to negate the fantastic figures which attribute to kings a longevity that is unnatural to human beings and that makes them godlike.
Not even Methuselah attained the age of 1, years, a single day of the Almighty Ps. If the biblical story be compared with the prevailing Babylonian tradition, the many years of Methuselah seem a modest, even a short life-span. The Bible diminished the exaggerated ages attributed to people in the Ancient Near East, but still preserved the tradition of assigning extraordinary longevity to great men.
His mother, a cold, distant and pragmatic woman leaves him to his solitary games, full of unwanted questions. Adam Gordon is a brilliant, if highly unreliable, young American poet on a prestigious fellowship in Madrid, struggling to establish his sense of self and his relationship to art. What is actual when our experiences are mediated by language, technology, medication, and the arts?
Barcelona, It is Christmas, and Daniel Sempere and his wife Bea have much to celebrate. After suffering violence and betrayal at home, a young boy flees into an uncompromising landscape ravaged by drought. Without food or water, exposed to the heat of the sun and the violence of his pursuers, the boy sets out across the Spanish plains.
For the Posts, a two-week trip to the Balearic island of Mallorca with their extended family and friends is a celebration: Franny and Jim are observing their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary, and their daughter, Sylvia, has graduated from high school. The sunlit island, its mountains and beaches, its tapas and tennis courts, also promise an escape from the tensions simmering at home in Manhattan. Yearning for a change, Steven Nightingale took his family to live in the ancient Andalucian city of Granada.
Alberto is an old man. She and Rose travel to the searing, arid coast of southern Spain to see a famous consultant, Dr. But the reality is far from perfect. The handsome, complicated man she was building a life with has left with little more than a note to say goodbye and the future she imagined has crashed around her ears.
Anna has secretly embarked on an ill-advised affair and lives above the dingy bar she runs in the sleepy beach town of Marea, surrounded by British expats as homesick and stuck as she is. An engaging literary essay on the power of imagination and creative writing comprised of nineteen chapters in which the author discusses many topics in relation to the essential quality a good writer should have: the ability to imagine and create. Are you planning a trip to Spain soon? These are just a few things I love using for reading and travel, which have special deals that I want to pass on to you!
I'm a book and travel lover with a passion for making lists! I love that books can transport us, even from the comfort of home. My posts sometimes include Amazon affiliate links, but only when links are available for books I truly want to write about. What a great list of books set in Spain. Would you be interested in adding it to your list? Hi Barry, thanks for commenting! Hi Carolyn, just the recommendations from above for now! Thanks for asking though, do let us know if you have any suggestions for it!
Hi Ash, Can I recommend some fantastic books set in Spain?
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Hi Carolyn, seems I was much too quick with my previous comment! Thank you so much for putting together all these amazing recommendations and for sharing them with us. I often find myself reading books set in particular places more than others, but often with no rhyme or reason! Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Don Quixote has become so entranced by reading chivalric romances, that he determines to become a knight-errant himself. See reviews. Tales of the Alhambra by Washington Irving, Tales of the Alhambra is a collection of essays, verbal sketches, and stories by Washington Irving.
For Whom The Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway, The story of Robert Jordan, a young American in the International Brigades attached to an antifascist guerilla unit in the mountains of Spain, it tells of loyalty and courage, love and defeat, and the tragic death of an ideal. Castile for Isabella by Jean Plaidy, Castile for Isabella covers the early life of the most significant of all Spanish monarchs: Isabella of Castile.
Iberia by James A. Roads to Santiago by Cees Nooteboom, Roads to Santiago is an evocative travelogue through the sights, sounds, and smells of a little known Spain-its architecture, art, history, landscapes, villages, and people. Sleeping Arrangements by Madeleine Wickham, Chloe needs a holiday. The Wind from the East by Almudena Grandes, Internationally celebrated author Almudena Grandes has produced her finest work yet with The Wind from the East , a blend of two narratives set alternately in Madrid and an Andalusian town by the sea.