If there’s one thing most people know about the Emperor Nero, it’s that he fiddled while Rome burned and that he falsely blamed the Christians. But how much of those stories are true? To find out, I’m joined today by Stephen Dando-Collins, author of “The Great Fire Of Rome” and his latest book “Constantine At The Bridge – How the battle of the Milvian Bridge Created Christian Rome”.


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