The Isle of Capri has a rich history during the time of the Roman Empire. Augustus, Commodus, and Tiberius all have strong links to the island. Tiberius even ruled Rome from the Villa Jovis during the final 10 years of his reign from 27 - 37 AD.
The Villa Jovis sits atop the second highest peak on Capri and was built by Tiberius. This was his sole residence for a time and where he raised his great-nephew, Caligula.
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