Trajan CAESAR MARCVS VLPIVS NERVA TRAIANVS AVGVSTVS Reign: January 28, 98 AD – August 7, 117 AD Death: August 7, 117 AD Natural causes

Trajan CAESAR MARCVS VLPIVS NERVA TRAIANVS AVGVSTVS Reign: January 28, 98 AD – August 7, 117 AD Death: August 7, 117 AD Natural causes

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Roman Emperors and Their Achievements (or lack thereof) - A Timeline Assignment!

Roman Emperors and Their Achievements (or lack thereof) - A Timeline Assignment!

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This is the head of Constantine the Great.  He converted empire to Christianity.  Establishes freedom of religion.

This is the head of Constantine the Great. He converted empire to Christianity. Establishes freedom of religion.

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Hadrian, 76-138 AD Roman Emperor, Bronze Head, from Egyp

Hadrian, 76-138 AD Roman Emperor, Bronze Head, from Egyp

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Servilia Caepionis Mistress to Julius Caesar, mother of his assassins Brutus, step sister to Cato the younger

Servilia Caepionis Mistress to Julius Caesar, mother of his assassins Brutus, step sister to Cato the younger

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Ancient Rome. NERO (37-68), grandson of Agrippina the Elder, nephew of Caligula, son & murderer of Agrippina the Younger, adopted heir & possible murderer of Claudius, appointer & victim of Galba, lover of Otho, patron of Vitellius, was under the thumb of his mother until he had her killed to seize total control.  Nero was the last official member of the Julio-Claudian dynasty although he would be succeeded by his appointee Galba, his lover Otho, & his protege Vitellius in quick succession.

Ancient Rome. NERO (37-68), grandson of Agrippina the Elder, nephew of Caligula, son & murderer of Agrippina the Younger, adopted heir & possible murderer of Claudius, appointer & victim of Galba, lover of Otho, patron of Vitellius, was under the thumb of his mother until he had her killed to seize total control. Nero was the last official member of the Julio-Claudian dynasty although he would be succeeded by his appointee Galba, his lover Otho, & his protege Vitellius in quick succession.

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Portrait head of Emperor Constantine I, ca. 324–337; Constantinian; Late Antique period  Roman  Marble

Portrait head of Emperor Constantine I, ca. 324–337; Constantinian; Late Antique period Roman Marble

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Caligula (Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus), 12-41 AD Roman Emperor, as a Young Man

Caligula (Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus), 12-41 AD Roman Emperor, as a Young Man

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pompey- one of the main Roman leaders during the exciting final decades of the Roman Republic.

pompey- one of the main Roman leaders during the exciting final decades of the Roman Republic.

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Hadrian, Roman Emperor, reigned 117-138,  Palazzo dei Conservatori, main stairs, first landing   Capitoline Museum

Hadrian, Roman Emperor, reigned 117-138, Palazzo dei Conservatori, main stairs, first landing Capitoline Museum

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