Which Roman Emperor committed suicide?

Caligula
Augustus Caesar
Nero
Pompey
Nero com­mit­ted suicide after facing a false report of being de­nounced as a public enemy by the senate, who was to be ex­e­cut­ed. Losing his nerve, he first begged for one of his com­pan­ions to set an example by first killing himself. Even­tu­al­ly, he forced his private sec­re­tary, Epa­phrodi­tos, to perform the task.

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Nero
Pompey
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Gender

men54%
women59%
Caligula
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18%
Augustus Caesar
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10%
Nero
54%
59%
Pompey
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12%

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