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Ligia, the daughter of a deceased king of a barbarian tribe, is technically a hostage of the Senate and people of Rome, and was forgotten years ago by her own people. A great beauty, she has converted to Christianity, but her religion is originally unknown to Marcus.
Gaius Petronius, former governor of Bithynia, is a member of Nero's court who uses his wit to flatter and mock him at the same time. Somewhat amoral and a bit lazy, he tries to help his nephew, but his cunning plan is thwarted by Ligia's Christian friends. Nero and the apostles Peter and Paul also appear.
Henryk Sienkiewicz (1846-1916) was a Polish journalist, novelist and winner of the Nobel Prize in literature. He is best remembered for his internationally known best-seller "Quo Vadis".
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A corrupt, narcissistic emperor gleefully watches Rome burn and then scapegoats the new sect of Christians, whom he arrests, tortures, and brutally murders in public spectacles while the crowds cheer. Ancient history? Perhaps.