Titus Der Satansbraten
Titus, der Satansbraten: TV-Familienserie. Opa Sturhahn gewinnt eine Reise ins sonnige Südafrika, wo sein Enkel Titus an Kriminelle gerät. Titus, der Satansbraten: Titus ist mit seinen 10 Jahren das jüngste Kind der Familie Sturhahn. Er hat nichts als Unsinn im Kopf und denkt sich immer wieder . added by Ольга Журавель 8 лет назад (19 декабря г.) kbps. 1. Ich bin der Titus (Titelmelodie zu Titus der Satansbraten). kbps. 2. Ist doch alles.
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Titus further prevented abuses by making it unlawful for a person to be tried under different laws for the same offense. As emperor, he became known for his generosity, and Suetonius states that upon realising he had brought no benefit to anyone during a whole day he remarked, "Friends, I have lost a day".
Although Titus's brief reign was marked by a relative absence of major military or political conflicts, he faced a number of major disasters. A few months after his accession, Mount Vesuvius erupted.
The cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum were buried under metres of stone and lava ,  killing thousands. During the second visit, in spring of 80, a fire broke out in Rome and burned large parts of the city for three days and three nights.
Meanwhile, war had resumed in Britannia , where Gnaeus Julius Agricola pushed further into Caledonia and managed to establish several forts there.
His reign also saw the rebellion led by Terentius Maximus , one of several false Neros who appeared throughout the 70s.
Reports that Nero had survived his overthrow were fuelled by the confusing circumstances of his death and several prophecies foretelling his return.
According to Cassius Dio, Terentius Maximus resembled Nero in voice and appearance and, like him, sang to the lyre.
Construction of the Flavian Amphitheatre, now better known as the Colosseum , was begun in 70 under Vespasian and was finally completed in 80 under Titus.
The inaugural games lasted for a hundred days and were said to be extremely elaborate, including gladiatorial combat , fights between wild animals elephants and cranes , mock naval battles for which the theatre was flooded, horse races and chariot races.
Adjacent to the amphitheatre, within the precinct of Nero's Golden House , Titus had also ordered the construction of a new public bath house , the Baths of Titus.
Practice of the imperial cult was revived by Titus, but apparently, it met with some difficulty since Vespasian was not deified until six months after his death.
At the closing of the games, Titus officially dedicated the amphitheatre and the baths in what was his final recorded act as Emperor. Titus had ruled the Roman Empire for just over two years: from the death of his father in 79 to his own on 13 September Historians have speculated on the exact nature of his death and to which mistake Titus alluded in his final words.
Philostratus wrote that he was poisoned by Domitian with a sea hare Aplysia depilans and that his death had been foretold to him by Apollonius of Tyana.
The Babylonian Talmud Gittin 56b attributes Titus's death to an insect that flew into his nose and picked at his brain for seven years in a repetition of another legend referring to the biblical King Nimrod.
Titus's record among ancient historians stands as one of the most exemplary of any emperor. All surviving accounts from the period, many of them written by his own contemporaries, present a highly favourable view toward Titus.
His character has especially prospered in comparison with that of his brother Domitian. The Wars of the Jews offers a first-hand eyewitness account of the Jewish rebellion and the character of Titus.
The neutrality of Josephus 's writings has come into question, however, as he was heavily indebted to the Flavians. In 71, he arrived in Rome in the entourage of Titus, became a Roman citizen and took on the Roman nomen Flavius and praenomen Titus from his patrons.
He received an annual pension and lived in the palace. It was in Rome and under Flavian patronage that Josephus wrote all of his known works.
The War of the Jews is heavily slanted against the leaders of the revolt by portraying the rebellion as weak and unorganised and even blaming the Jews for causing the war.
Another contemporary of Titus was Publius Cornelius Tacitus , who started his public career in 80 or 81 and credits the Flavian dynasty with his elevation.
Unfortunately only the first five books from this work have survived, with the text on Titus's and Domitian's reign entirely lost.
Suetonius Tranquilius gives a short but highly-favourable account on Titus's reign in The Lives of Twelve Caesars ,  emphasising his military achievements and his generosity as emperor and in short describing him as follows:.
Titus, of the same surname as his father, was the delight and darling of the human race; such surpassing ability had he, by nature, art, or good fortune, to win the affections of all men, and that, too, which is no easy task, while he was emperor.
Finally, Cassius Dio wrote his Roman History over years after the death of Titus. He shares a similar outlook as Suetonius, possibly even using the latter as a source but is more reserved by noting:.
His satisfactory record may also have been due to the fact that he survived his accession but a very short time, for he was thus given no opportunity for wrongdoing.
For he lived after this only two years, two months and twenty days—in addition to the thirty-nine years, five months and twenty-five days he had already lived at that time.
In this respect, indeed, he is regarded as having equalled the long reign of Augustus , since it is maintained that Augustus would never have been loved had he lived a shorter time, nor Titus had he lived longer.
For Augustus, though at the outset he showed himself rather harsh because of the wars and the factional strife, was later able, in the course of time, to achieve a brilliant reputation for his kindly deeds; Titus, on the other hand, ruled with mildness and died at the height of his glory, whereas, if he had lived a long time, it might have been shown that he owes his present fame more to good fortune than to merit.
Pliny the Elder , who later died during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius,  dedicated his Naturalis Historia to Titus. In contrast to the ideal portrayal of Titus in Roman histories, Jewish memory has "Titus the Wicked" remembered as an evil oppressor and destroyer of the Temple.
For example, one legend in the Babylonian Talmud describes Titus as having had sex with a whore on a Torah scroll inside the Temple during its destruction.
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