In all great civilizations, ideas are born from strife and heartache. In ancient Rome, rivaling philosophies led to civil wars, political and military conquests, and assassinations that resulted in one of the greatest empires the world has ever seen.
Famed Roman citizen and historian Suetonius’s famous work, De Vita Caesarium, or The Twelve Casears, chronicles the biographies of the Roman Empire’s first twelve Caesars, capturing forever the lives of the founding men who began an empire that reigned over a golden age of human civilization.
From narcissistic to sadistic, from humble to kind, their legacies live on today. Now there is an opportunity to own tangible artifacts direct from their golden age. Much of what we know about our world and its origins is because of coinage, and there is truly no better way to begin your collection than with the Twelve Caesars.