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Domitian's favorite activities were recreational sex, throwing dice, taking walks, and stabbing flies with a pen (which he spent hours doing at the beginning of his reign).
One of his later projects, as he grew bald, was a book on caring for one's hair.
Eusebius also cites Irenaeus as saying that "..number is found in all the approved and ancient copies, and those who saw John face to face confirm it..." The emphasis on personal knowledge of John corresponds better with the referent being back to John in the main quote, rather than to his vision. Elsewhere Irenaeus says that John "continued with the Elders until the time of Trajan." It is argued that this means that Irenaeus would not refer to John as being seen until the time of Domitian; hence the referent in question must be the vision.
Finally, elsewhere Clement states that the teaching of the Apostles was completed at the time of Nero.
Date The interpretive turn of Revelation depends strongly upon its date, so much so that the date of the book has implications as serious within Christianity as the date of the Gospels has outside of Christianity.
Having looked closely at the dates of the Gospels we have already laid some groundwork in terms of what is to be considered.
Nero was heavily mocked and hated in later works as a cruel and vindictive leader, and was widely recognized as the first Emperor to persecute Christians. Significantly, later Christian writers speak of Domitian in terms of Nero -- not vice versa.
As for being a tyrant, let Suetonius (The Twelve Caesars) tell the story.
If the referent is the "him" then the passage makes sense: If giving the name was needed, John would have done so; and he also lived after the time of the book and had plenty of chances to explain himself, and the explanation would have been preserved for us had he given it.