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[文化博览] 【整理】2011-03-23 古罗马帝国 恺撒大帝 Caesar—2

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Homework           
The event that would define Nero's life, began while he was staying at his country estate outside Rome.
-How far is it?
-Thirty miles?
-Thirty.
-It must be the whole of Rome.
-It's been burning all day. You're safe here.
-We're going back to Rome, now.
-Rufus.
-Sir, we've lost control of it. The streets are too narrow to get to the fire.
-Which way is it moving?
-Mainly west. It's the wooden building. It's moving too quick for us.
-We've lost a lot of people, sir. You shouldn't stay here.
-What can I do?  Sir?
-Rufus, I don't know about any of this, but say what you need now and I'll make it happen.
-Wherever we move people, the fire moves too.
-We need open space. The people need.
-Open ground. My gardens, my private gardens. Open them. Let anyone in.
-Sir. Are you sure, you..
-Tigellinus. Get the gates open.
-This can't happen. This isn't how Rome ends.
The great fire of Rome in 64 AD burned for 60 days. The wooden buildings and narrow streets went up like matchwood. But far from just fiddling while Rome burned. There is evidence that Nero did all he could help control the fire and save lives.
Homework
The event that would define Nero's life, began while he was staying at his country estate outside Rome.
-How far is it?
-Thirty miles?
-Thirty.
-It must be the whole of Rome.
-It's been burning all day. You're safe here.
-We're going back to Rome, now.
-Rufus.
-Sir, we've lost control of it. The streets are too narrow to get to the fire.
-Which way is it moving?
-Mainly west. It's the wooden building. It's moving too quick for us.
-We've lost a lot of people, sir. You shouldn't stay here.
-What can I do?  Sir?
-Rufus, I don't know about any of this, but say what you need now and I'll make it happen.
-Wherever we move people, the fire moves too.
-We need open space. The people need.
-Open ground. My gardens, my private gardens. Open them. Let anyone in.
-Sir. Are you sure, you..
-Tigellinus. Get the gates open.
-This can't happen. This isn't how Rome ends.
The great fire of Rome in 64 AD burned for 60 days. The wooden buildings and narrow streets went up like matchwood. But far from just fiddling while Rome burned. There is evidence that Nero did all he could help control the fire and save lives.
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