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Roman Emperors - the Caesars
The word "Caesar" was originally the name of an aristocratic patrician family of ancient Rome, the most famous being the dictator Julius Caesar who seized power when Rome was still a republic. The adopted son of Julius Caesar was Octavian who became the first Roman Emperor, taking the name Augustus Caesar, and all of the successors in the family used the name Caesar.

The term became synonymous with the Roman Emperors and each succeeding emperor retained the name "Caesar" as part of their title.

Roman Emperors
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List of Roman Emperors
Timeline of Roman Emperors
Dynasties of the Roman Emperors
Persecution of Christians
Evil Roman Emperors
Good Roman Emperors
Roman Emperors of the Julian-Claudian Dynasty 27 BC to AD 68
Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar Death
Augustus Caesar
Tiberius
Caligula
Claudius
Nero
The Year of the Four Emperors 68 - 69 AD Beginning of the Flavian Dynasty
Galba
Otho
Vitellius
Vespasian
Roman Emperors of the Flavian Dynasty 69AD - 96AD
Vespasian
Titus
Domitian
Five Good Emperors and the Nervan / Antonine Dynasty (96192)
Nerva
Trajan
Hadrian
Antoninus Pius
Marcus Aurelius
Roman Emperors of the Antonine Dynasty
Lucius Verus
Commodus
Year of the Five Emperors (192 - 193)
Pertinax
Didius Julianus
Pescennius Niger (usurper)
Claudius Albinus
Septimius Severus
Severan dynasty (193 - 235)
Septimius Severus
Caracalla (ruled with Geta)
Geta (ruled with Caracalla)
Macrinus
Diadumenian (son of Macrinus)
Elagabalus
Alexander Severus
Crisis of the Third Century. Year of the Six Emperors (238). Start of the Barracks Emperors (238 - 268)
Maximinus Thrax
Gordian I
Gordian II
Balbinus
Pupienus
Gordian III
Barracks Emperors (238 - 268)
Philip the Arab
Philip II
Pacatian
Jotapian
Trajan Decius
Herennius Etruscus
Hostilian
Trebonianus Gallus
Volusian
Aemilian
Valerian
Gallienus

Illyrian Roman Emperors (268 - 285)

Claudius II (Gothicus)
Quintillus
Aurelian
Zenobia (Empress)
Tacitus
Florianus
Probus
Carus
Numerian
Carinus
Nigrian
Julian of Pannonia
Roman Empire split into the Western and Eastern Roman Empire in 285AD. Roman Emperors of the Constantinian dynasty (285 - 364)
Diocletian
Carausius (usurper)
Allectus (usurper)
Domitius Domitianus (usurper)
Maximianus
Constantius I
Galerius
Severus II
Maximinus
Maxentius (usurper)
Valerius Romulus
Domitius Alexander (usurper)
Licinius I
Licinius II
Valerian Valens
Sextus Martinianus
Constantine the Great
Crispus
Constantine II
Constans
Constantius II
Delmatius
Hannibalianus
Magnentius
Decentius(usurper)
Vetranio
Nepotian
Constantius Gallus
Julian the Apostate
Jovian
Roman Emperors of the Valentinian dynasty (364 - 394)
Valentinian I
Valens
Procopius
Gratian
Valentinian II
Theodosius I
Magnus
Flavius Victor
Eugenius
Arcadius
Roman Emperors of the Western Empire (394 - 476)
Honorius
Constantine III
Constans II
Priscus Attalus
Jovinus
Sebastianus
Constantius III
Ioannes
Theodosius II
Valentinian III
Marcian
Petronius Maximus
Avitus
Leo I
Majorian
Libius Severus
Anthemius
Olybrius
Glycerius
Julius Nepos
Romulus Augustus
Roman Colosseum Index
Gladiators
Colosseum
Roman Empire
Roman Life
Roman Weapons
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Roman Architecture
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Roman Gods
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