His last sentence was: - What a great actor dies! You can name many other rulers, whose true focus of interest lay very far from their usual activities. Among them - the Roman emperor Commodus, to whom much more joy than the power delivered arena. Although Gladiator session low revered and worthy only of a servant, Emperor 735 times out into the arena armed with only a shield and a short sword gladiatorial. It gave him pleasure to speak out against the most dangerous enemies, engage in the most critical battles. Another Emperor - Claudius - most took the game theory in the bone, he even wrote a book on this issue. And Domitian, like Julius Caesar painfully aware of his baldness, indulged in many years of research in the field of cosmetics. The result of this was his book "On the hair care."