Gaius Julius Cestius Gallus Calpurnius Piso (better known as Calpurnius Piso; 27 BC – 23 AD) was Roman Emperor from March AD 41 until his death, and is considered a notable member of the Roman Senate. He was the son of the Roman Emperor Caligula and his last wife, the noblewoman Plautia Petronia, known as Pallas after the goddess Minerva. Calpurnius, like his father, was descended from the Gens Julia, the clan of Julius Caesar.
In the minds of the educated elite, the philosopher Seneca inherited most of the personality traits of Caligula until he put his son Nero to death at the age of 30. Before then, however, Calpurnius and Nero were on very friendly terms. Julius Caesar had recognized Calpurnius as his son by a freedwoman, and Nero was now aware of his true paternity as well, but his mother also held great influence on his young mind. To ensure the stability of his position, Nero tried to keep his mother as a political asset. When she died in 23 AD she engendered genuine grief. He liked her and appreciated how she had brought him up, but even then he did not show any genuine love for her. By contrast, Calpurnius was exactly her opposite. He was coldly efficient, spoke bluntly and severely criticized many people. From all accounts, Nero had a strong relationship with his brother. 
The third Matriarch of House Celt, a member of the Zero House, and a Queen consort to the Hermetic Matriarch Clyst[/She] of the clan Shax, Moria had had suffered with the pangs of separation from her lover and her mate since they had begun their geological search for the ancient treasures of Platea. Her return to her most ancient world had proved just the relief she needed. The ancient world was so different from what she remembered from her more recent past. 
Moria was a tall blonde woman of lean and attractive physique, with one of the longest make-up jobs in the entire Federation; but she also showed the more classic Celtic beauty of high cheekbones, large dark gray eyes, and a sensuous mouth. d2c66b5586