Did the Roman Emperor Nero Really a Psychopath as They Say?
Ans-Nero had suffered greatly from the biography of Tacitus et alia in the form of other emperors.
In spite of his surprisingly unsuccessful childhood he actually demonstrated many admirable qualities. Although Richard Holland says in his biography of the emperor, “The stories of his oppressive regime started his body before the cold …… Was more liberator than a oppressive, and inspired a military dictator to rule in peace instead.
“He was still a complex character and a popular myth ‘Cardboard-cutout’ was far from the monster.