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The madness of Gaius Caligula of Rome - An explemation in Psychology
The Madness of Gaius Caligula of Rome
<Tab/>The madness of Caligula is a well-known fact. The very mention of his name conjures up visions of madness, cruelty, viciousness and sexual perversion. Unlike Hitler or Stalin, who were committed to policy and consistent in their ruthlessness, there was no predicting what Caligula may do next (Ferrill, as paraphrased in Bootikins, 1991). Many factors may have contributed to his madness: lead poisoning, heredity, disease, and observationally learned behavior.
<Tab/>Born in 12 AD as Gaius Augustus Germananicus, he was aff…
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