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What's Domitian's problem, anyway? Well, his problems were myriad, but he was a very devout person, to the best of his abilities. He was strongly devoted to Minerva, the Roman incarnation of Athena, goddess of wisdom and battle. The Julio-Claudio-Antonian line of former emperors claimed to be descended from Venus, and Julius Caesar himself expanded worship of Venus in the city of Rome.

I use "Julio-Claudio-Antonian" instead of the usual phrase "Julio-Claudian." Readers might want to note that the Romans had not forgotten the Antonius bloodline was represented in their first set of divine rulers.
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To celebrate the upcoming first anniversary of SPQR Blues and coincidentally the release of a brand-new game set in ancient Rome, we (that'd be the editorial "we") are giving away 10 copies of Caesar IV. Click for all the details!
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