Sun 13 Nov, 2016 12:27 pm
What I want to say: Noble Caesar hath saved Rome from the callous and tyrannical Nero, who stole land from the people.
What I have so far: Nobilis Caesar salvāverat Romam ab duro et tyrannico Nerone, qui amovit terram ab populo.
As far as any translator verifies it.
Note that the more common word order in Latin is to have the adjective
follow the noun and to place the verb at the end of the sentence.