>Little America and Little Japan, please.
>The tanks and Italy
>Fully equipped Littorio…?
Littorio actually has very good specifications, but can never fully realize her true power since she’s always hungry.
Since she doesn’t train her lower body, she has weak points everywhere.
The colors she wears are very charming, as if she’s saying “I’m here!”
>For Cat Day, can you give us a cat-related Poland?
Collar plate for escaped slaves.
The owner’s contact information was written on it.
These kind of collar plates were excavated from various late Roman era sites, but there are no pictures of these collars from during Claudius’ reign, when he greatly loosened the conditions of freedmen.
So it seems in Nero-chan’s time that they didn’t wear them?
As Claudius and Nero-chan both successively gave more rights to slaves, and the rich were the ones writing the history books, it’s understandable…
If they could find good work and be freed, they could start their own business, and apparently there were freedmen that were more successful than Roman citizens.
Besides Claudius and Nero-chan, many emperors beside Claudius and Nero-chan had slaves or freedmen for their best friends, lovers, or even advisors.
The day of chocolate is close!
>Are there any roman emperors whose names are easy to remember?!
Nero’s definitely comes out on top among all roman emperors, but this emperor is a close contestant.
A well learned, poetic emperor who was also a great speaker.
He became an emperor along with his older brother.
It might be cute to give him a mushroom eyepatch too.
For some reason, in an overseas website teaching people Japanese, an image of a mushroom is used to introduce Numerian. All the other emperors have images of marble busts but only Numerian’s is a mushroom.
At the other end of the spectrum, the more difficult names to remember are the two emperors Decimus Caelius Calvinus Balbinus Pius Augustus and Marcus Clodius Pupienus Maximus Augustus.
In any case, while they were working as emperors alongside each other, all they did was fight.
They were on such bad terms with each other that every time they met they wouldn’t stop fighting.
And because Balbinus, a cultured and charming emperor, was so widely admired, Pupienus who was dull and always complaining was treated badly by history, despite having worked much harder than his counterpart, and those who recorded history were like “Balbinus is so cool! Balbinus is so well loved! Pupienus? What did he do again? Oh right, he went on a battlefield and came back.”
I was surprised to see these kind of shops in Finland’s beautiful towns so out in the open, like they were completely normal.
They’d even name it straight up “Giant @#$%”
They all had straightforward sorts of designs that didn’t even try to hide that they were “that kind of shop.”
Finland, sometimes you scare me…!