Great Fire of Rome

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Great Fire of Rome. Romans flee the great fire of AD64 that destroyed much of the City. Nero (top right) blamed it on the Christians, but by then his popularity had fallen so low that many held him responsible. Left inset shows Trajan's Column. Original artwork for illustration on pp16–17 of Look and Learn issue no 1010 (18 July 1981).

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