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Carl Gustav Carus
German Painter
   was Roman Emperor during   
282 AD - 283 AD
Uncertain cause of death; disease, lightning injury, a wound received in battle against the Huns and murder by the Praetorian Guard have all been suggested
Titus Lucretius Carus
   was a   
Roman Poet
Known simply as Lucretius; c. 99-55 BC
Titus Lucretius Carus
   was a   
Roman Philosopher
Wrote "On the Nature of Things"
D. J. Caruso
Disturbia (2007)
Puccini: Che Gelida Manina
   was used in   
The Great Caruso
Verdi: Celeste Aida
   was released by   
Enrico Caruso
1908 - inducted in 1993
Leoncavallo: Pagliacci Act 1: Vesti La Giubba
   was released by   
Enrico Caruso
1907 - inducted in 1975
Enrico Caruso
   is buried in   
Del Pianto Cemetery, Naples, Italy
Operatic tenor, d. 1921
Enrico Caruso
   was born in   
Naples, Italy
1873-1921. Was one of the greatest opera stars of the 1900’s?
Kiss of Death (1995)
David Caruso, Samuel L. Jackson and Nicolas Cage
Director: Barbet Schroeder
Enrico Caruso
   was born on   
February 24, 1873
Italian tenor
   is a character in   
Antony and Cleopatra
Friend to Antony
   the winner was   
Puccini: E Lucevan Le Stelle
   was used in   
The Great Caruso
Domingo, Caruso, Pavorotti
   are all   
Opera Tenors
Charles Le Brun
Daedalus and Icarus
1645-6, oil on canvas; The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia

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