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List of Roman Emperors Here’s a list of the Roman emperors from Augustus through Constantine. There were several after Constantine, but we didn’t talk about them. You don’t have to know the ones we didn’t talk about. They’re just there for the timeline. Julio-Claudian Dynasty: - Augustus – 27 BC-AD 14 - Tiberius – AD 14-37 - Caligula – AD 37-41 - Claudius – AD 41-54 - Nero – AD 54-68 Year of the Four Emperors AD 68-69: - Galba - Otho - Vitellius - Vespasian Flavian Dynasty: - Vespasian – AD 69-79 - Titus – AD 79-81 - Domitian – AD 81-96 Nervan-Antonine Dynasty: - Nerva – AD 98-96 - Trajan – AD 98-117 - Hadrian – AD 117-138 Antonine Dynasty: - Antoninus Pius – AD 138-161 - Lucius Verus – AD 161-169 - Marcus Aurelius – AD 161-180 - Commodus – AD 177-180 (with his father, Marcus Aurelius), AD 180-192 (by himself) The “Five Good Emperors” (I didn’t know where to fit this in): - Nerva - Trajan - Hadrian - Antoninus Pius - Marcus Aurelius
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Year of the Five Emperors AD 193: - Pertinax - Didius Julianus - Pescennius Niger - Clodius Albinus - Septimius Severus
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