This exciting, electrifying place is called: The British Museum. It is bursting with priceless treasures that illustrate a truth, which was waiting to be discovered. Many of them were buried and hidden on the earth for thousands of years waiting for those who would dig deep.
Only this time those truths would appear physically and would reveal the hidden secrets which would then become more valuable then a pearl of great price.
23 September 63 BC
Rome, Roman Republic
Died 19 August AD 14 (aged 75)
Nola, Italia, Roman Empire
Burial Mausoleum of Augustus, Rome
Clodia Pulchra (42–40 BC; divorce)
Scribonia (40–38 BC; divorce)
Livia Drusilla (37 BC–AD 14; his death)
Imperator Caesar Divi Filius Augustus
House Julio-Claudian Dynasty
Julius Caesar (adoptive)
Mother Atia Balba Caesonia
Religion Traditional ancient Roman religion. Reff Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia