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The guy slept with his sisters! And I see no reason for Augustus to be on this list!
He killed his wife cut off people's hands and even took often saw his enemies an object
For toture he cut people spines and spinal cords from the chest to croch
Nero was a maniac. He massacred christians in great numbers, took huge funds to build himself monuments, and was all around a total nutcase.
The Beast in Revelation was Caligula, and the number was originally 616
how can Augustus be worse than Nero?!?!
Don't forget the his "family issues".V 2 Comments
Just about as bad as they come. Focused too much on screwing around as a gladiator to even care about the health and safety of his empire. He’s a also a depraved, paranoid psychopath who killed anyone who stood in his way, purging the senate to the point that it became a bunch of incompetent yes-man goons. Quite the contrast from his cerebral, sober-minded father Marcus Aurelius.
Should be in the top 5. Ya, of course a gender confused teenager would make a great emperor.
Drowned people in rose petals
Why is at number 10?
Executed many innocents, enforced a religion unfamiliar to all of Rome, prostituted himself. Augustus doesn't belong here at all, but Elagabulus does.
Reigned during the time Pontius Pilate did. - sharp10
Easily the worst Roman emperor of them all, judging both by damage done to Roman Empire during his reign and - even more importantly - by the lasting damage to it. A complete psychopath, he not only spread murder and corruption through Rome - like so many of his "worst colleagues" - but, in contrast to his contenders - also left a trail of destruction on his journeys throughout the entire empire. But his worst - and lasting - deed was his complete reliance on only the army. His unsustainable overpay of the soldiers and the extreme elevation of the army's power on the back of everybody else in the empire lay one of the seeds to Rome's destruction. The next hundred years of Roman history would see an army running rampage, which in turn would play an important part in Rome's end.
I can't believe that I had to add him. He wasn't as evil as Caligula or Nero, but he killed more than them. - pryan96
Why is he on this list, he brought a new golden age and peace
Like what 2storm said, Julius wasn't even emperor. He only paved the way when he became Dictator for Life. - DieGedankenSindFrei
Julius Caesar was a great leader and was not an emperor - 2storm
Also, he was very good with paying his men and he conquered Gaul. - DieGedankenSindFrei
This guy killed and Slaughtered All! - TheCuriousGeorge
Probably the edgiest name ever - Jackamalio
Handed over power to the enemy
Helped ruin the Roman Empire by converting to an evil religion. Without him the Jews might not control the world.
This was the original fanatical Christian who got butt hurt over Christianity being criticized. Not only did he make Christianity the official religion of the Empire, but he literally BANNED EVERY OTHER RELIGION, even Hellenism, which was the Empire's main religion for centuries! If you're wondering why Christianity is the big religion today, look no further than this selfish arsehole. - RoleplayerR
His short-lived rule was a disaster. He alienated the legions and was tone-deaf when it came to politics. He took dissent for defiance, punished innocent family members of his enemies, and brought back decimation. He could have saved himself a lot of hassle by showing generosity to the Praetorians, but he was more miserly than Ebenezer Stooge. Maybe he wasn't as debauched as Nero or Caligula, but that alone didn't make him a good Emperor.
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