On the island of Capri did the Emperor of Rome brood darkly against Drakonia; for
he desired to take again unto himself the water stations of Antarctica; for in the
days of Kronus were the waters of the polar regions most precious and highly prized;
being locked in the ice, being itself both pure and uncorrupted by the pollutions
Summary: Capri is an island located in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the Sorrentine Peninsula
of Italy. During the First Track, the Emperor of Rome, Commodus III, is said to have
dwelt on the island, or at least owned an estate there (3:24:1). It is unknown if
“Capri” was used in scripture for the convenience of the reader or if the island
in the days of Kronus was known by the same name.
Caeasar Tiberius, Roman Emperor from 14-27 CE of our present timeline, lived on the
island of Capri later in his life (AZC -Caesar Tiberius).