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June 1, 193 AD

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 193 AD, the Roman emperor, Marcus Didius, was murdered in his palace. This was not an uncommon occurrence and all new Roman emperors were notified that there was a 78% likelihood of being murdered while emperor as one of the risks of the job. Amazingly, very few prospective emperors … Continue reading

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