Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius was the first co-emperor of Rome.

He was born in 121 A.D. into a patrician family, which meant he was in a very privileged part of society in Rome. He grew up in a disciplined yet comfortable lifestyle and was offered many times to school at home by tutors. Continue reading


Early Christianity in the Roman Empire

After Jesus’s death, his followers, dubbed disciples, were then called apostles. They became the leaders of the church after Jesus’s death and resurrection, Simon Paul being the leader of them all. Continue reading