Objects & Places from Claudius the God and His Wife Messalina

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Rome

This is the capital of the empire over which Claudius rules.

Alexandria

This is the location in the Roman Empire where Jews and Greeks often have conflict.

Jerusalem

This is the main location of Judaism that Herod resides over.

Owl droppings

This is the symbol that a German prisoner recognizes as good luck for Herod.

Caligula's godhead

This is the object that symbolizes the power-hungry emperor that is placed all over the empire.

Sportula

This is an afternoon of random games to replace the many holidays of the previous emperor.

Herod Agrippa's letters

This is the proof of friendship between a Roman emperor and a Jewish king.

Ostia

This is where a new harbor is built to prevent famine.

Claudius' health

This is cured by a doctor from Cos.

Augustus

This is a special title that Claudius does not want for Messalina, but agrees to for Agrippinilla...

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