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What made an Emperor "successful"?

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The british rebellion would have happened anyway since the causes were local, and since the judaeans were always a people whose uncomfortable relationship with the Romans caused friction, and since the Romans had little regard for their sensibilities, then rebellions weren't entirely unexpected there either. In both regions a better emperor probably wouldn't have stopped the trouble from occuring. The seeds of those conflicts had already been sown earlier, and a better emperor would not have prevented Roman bad behaviour until after it had happened and he'd been made aware of it.

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