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Hey everyone I have a research about the greatest leaders deathI have searched a lot...
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Middle School Teacher
I think you will find that the more "wierder" and strange deaths occurred a very long time ago.
I can tell you that the Roman general and consul named Marcus Licinius Crassus died in 53 B.C. by the Parthians. He lost a battle and reportedly was forced to drink a goblet full of molten gold. He was very wealthy and the molten gold was a symbol of his wealth.
In the year 260, a Roman emperor by the name Valerian was captured by the Persians. He was used as a footstool by the King for some time and beaten and tortured. He was finally killed by being skinned alive and he was then stuffed with straw and saved as a trophy. This is just a theory and was never really proven.
If you are looking for more recent deaths here is an example. There was the recent airplane crash that had the Polish President Lech Kaczynski on board along with other high ranking Polish officials. This raised flags to many people and some believe it was a conspiracy.
Posted by besure77 on May 23, 2010 at 10:01 AM (Answer #1)
High School Teacher
We would need to know which leader you are talking about. Tell us who and we may be able to help.
Posted by usbummer on May 22, 2010 at 10:15 PM (Answer #2)
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