The Roman Daily Prophet
By: Matt Brorman
The More You Know: Tiber River
The Tiber river is one of the longest rivers in Rome. It is about 250 miles long and can be 7 to 20 feet deep. It flows from the Appenines at Mount Fumaiolo through Rome and into the Tyrrhenian Sea at Ostia. The Tiber used to be called Albulula, but Tiberinus who was king of Alba Longa, drowned in it and they renamed it Tiberis.
My Plebeian Opinion
Vote Tidus for Tribune
Julius Caesar Obituary
Interview with Augustus
Augustus: Yes, I have always desired it and have been striving for
Interviewer: Do you ever think about Julius?
Augustus: Yes, I always think about how successful he was and want to be like him.
Interviewer: Do you think you are a better leader than him?
Augustus: In some ways yes, but in other ways no.
Interviewer: Do you think you will ever be better than him in all ways?
Augustus: No, but I think I will be as good as him.