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    Galba (/ ˈ ɡ æ l b ə /; born Servius Sulpicius Galba; 24 December 3 BC – 15 January AD 69) was the sixth Roman emperor, ruling from AD 68 to 69.After his adoption by his stepmother, and before becoming emperor, he was known as Livius Ocella Sulpicius Galba.

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  3. Prince Octavius of Great Britain, in 1783 (later moved to St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle); son of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz Princess Amelia of Great Britain , in 1786; daughter of George II and Caroline of Ansbach

  4. William had no choice but to resign from the diplomatic service and return to Britain in order to take care of his father's estate and, as he put it, take on the full-time job of a royal prince. On his way back, he represented the Queen at the celebrations to mark the termination of Tonga 's status as a protected state.

  5. 04/11/2019 · Julius Caesar was a general, politician and scholar who became dictator of ancient Rome until he was assassinated in 44 B.C., inspiring a play by Shakespeare.

  6. Although awarded a medal at the 1890 annual exhibition of the Photographic Society of Great Britain, the work ignited a debate, with The Amateur Photographer negatively noting that it "marked [the] advance and influence of what may be termed the 'school of foggy photography','' while, in contrast, The Times found that, "Perhaps no more beautiful landscapes have ever been produced by ...

  7. The wit and wordplay of Much Ado About Nothing, the charming rural setting of As You Like It, and the lively merrymaking of Twelfth Night complete Shakespeare's sequence of great comedies. After the lyrical Richard II , written almost entirely in verse, Shakespeare introduced prose comedy into the histories of the late 1590s, Henry IV, parts 1 and 2 , and Henry V .