Roman Emperors - History Timeline

"Roman Emperors - History Timeline" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Thursday 28th April 2011

Roman Emperors

31-14 Augustus 276-282 Probus
14-37 Tiberius 282-283 Carus
37-41 Caligula (Caius) 283-285 Carinus
41-54 Claudius 283-284 Numerian
54-68 Nero 284-305 Diocletian
68-69 Galba 286-305/307-308 Maximian
69(1-4) Otto 286-293 Carausius
69(4-12) Vitellius 305-306 Constantus
70-79 Vespasian 305-311 Galerius
79-81 Titus 306-307 Severus II
81-96 Domitian 306-312 Maxentius
96-98 Nerva 306-357 Constantine I the Great
98-117 Trajan 308-324 Licinius
117-138 Hadrian 310-313 Massiminius II
138-161 Antoninus Pius 337-340 Constantine II
161-180 Mark Aurelius 337-361 Constantus II
161-169 Lucius Vero 337-350 Constante I
180-192 Lucius Aurelius (Commodus) 350-353 Magnentius
193(1-3) Pertinace 361-363 Julian
193(3-6) Didius Julianus 363-364 Jovian
193-211 Septimius Severus 364-375 Valentinian I
193-195 Pescennius Nigrus 364-378 Valente
195-197 Clodius Albinus 367-383 Gratian
211-217 Caracalla 375-392 Valentinian II
211 Geta 379-395 Teodosius I
217-218 Macrinus 383-388 Magno Maxim
218-222 Elegabalus 395-408 Arcadius
222-235 Severus Alexander 395-423 Honorius
235-238 Massiminus I 407-411 Constantine III
238(3-4) Gordianus I 408-450 Teodosius II
238(3-4) Gordianus II 421(2-9) Constantius III
238(4-7) Balbinus 423-425 John I
238(4-7) Pupienus 425-455 Valentinian III
238-244 Gordianus II 450-457 Marcian
244-249 Phillip I 455(3-5) Petronius Maxim
249-251 Trajan Decius 455-456 Avitus
251-253 Trebonianus Gallus 457-474 Leo I
253(7-9) Emilian 457-461 Maiorian
253-260 Valerian 461-465 Libius Severus
253-268 Gallien 467-472 Antemius
... Postumus 472(3-10) Olibrius
268-270 Claudius II the Goth 473-474 Glicerius
270(2-4) Quintillus 474-475 Julius Nepote
270-275 Aurelian 474-491 Zenon
275-276 Tacitus 475-476 Basiliscus
276(4-6) Florian 475-476 Romulus

For Complete Alphabetic Roman Emperors List, Visit: http://www.roman-emperors.org/alphin.htm

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