Which Roman Emperor would have the best slice of life anime?
Marcus Aurelius, in his writings the Meditations he recounts the pleasantry of the companionship he shared as well as good teachers and parents. So pretty much he would have lived "the uneventful good life" until he obviously had to assume greater roles of responsibility.
Basil the Bulgar Slayer or Constantine the Great
Fuck emperors, I want an anime about Dante, the real one.
>tfw he never gets the girl
I imagine him thinking of craziest plans to recover the western half of the empire. And then parties hard all day every day.
You can have SoL with war as a backdrop. Like, uhh M*A*S*H! Yeah.
You're right though,
I for one, would love Hitler slice of life anime. With cute SS girls.
I would like to see the Great Cretan Removal animated
>no based Belisarius doing the legwork for Justinian while his wife fucks other men
Most of these answers have nothing to do with Roman emperors.
Also it's pretty much narrowed down to Nero and his fuckboys or Julius with his fuckboys.
Young Jusius Caesar would be fine, but he didn't have any military accomplishments and wasn't admired by anyone when he was in his late teens & 20's. Actually, young Julius Caesar slice of life would be the most interesting; he did once get kidnapped by pirates, and may-or-may-not have lost his virginity to a King of one of Rome's client kingdoms.
I'm so fucking bored of the Roman Empire, can we please get some Republic or even Kingdom stories?
>Lucius Junius Brutus
>The Sabine and Etruscan Wars
>The Punic Wars
>The Mythical founding of the Roman Race by Aeneas
All the Julio-Claudians took up the cognomen Caesar.
Yes, but when you say Caesar alone, you either mean an emperor in general, which would not be a proper answer to a specific question, or the man who is known as Caesar alone. That man is Gaius Julius Caesar, the person whose death marked the traditional beginning of the rise of the Roman Empire.
They all did. Eventually. The Romans and the Greeks didn't have the same concepts of hetero- and homosexuality like we do today. It was seen that if someone fit the, then objective, standard of beauty, it was okay to fuck them regardless of their sex. The one stipulation was that it was manly to top and considered girly to be the bitch catching.
Dan Carlin's "Hardcore History" podcast has a few episodes on Rome, although they are no longer free (except for "Thor's Angels", although that episode isn't about Rome specifically). You'll probably be able to find a torrent of them; very well done podcasts.
No. AssCreed doesn't even take place during the time of Ancient Rome