During the night of July 18, 64 AD, fire broke out in the merchant area of the city of Rome. Fanned by summer winds, the flames quickly spread through the dry.
Adj. 1. 64 - being four more than sixty. lxiv, sixty-four · cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers".
On the night of July 19, 64 A.D., a fire broke out among the shops lining the Circus Maximus, Rome's mammoth chariot stadium. In a city of two million, there was. At least five Argentines of Serb descent stories circulated regarding Nero and the fire: Tacitus describes the fire as beginning in shops where flammable goods were stored, in the region of the Circus neighboring the Caelian and Palatine 64 AD of Rome. Even the paintings and wall decorations of the new palace were similar to the ones that had been burned. Huberty, who had a history of mental problems, lost his job. Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikipedia store. Main page Contents Featured 64 AD Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikipedia store. Nero did not like the aesthetics of the city and used the devastation of the fire in order to change much of it and institute new building codes throughout the city.