How many times have Roman emperors been murdered?

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Reignuseful informationdynasty
Augustus

27 BC Chr. - 14 ADGreat-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar.
Founded the Roman Empire.Julian-Claudian
Tiberius

AD 14-37-Julian-Claudian
Caligula

37-41 ADWas considered a monster or ruler.
Was murdered by the Praetorian Guard.Julian-Claudian
Claudius

AD 41-54Was probably his last wife
Agrippina (Nero's mother) poisoned.Julian-Claudian
Nero

54-68 ADSaw himself as an artist. Ignited the first
Persecution of Christians after the fire in Rome.Julian-Claudian
Galba

68-69 ADBeginning of the Four Imperial Year (69 AD)-
Otho

69 ADFour emperor year-
Vitellius

69 ADFour emperor year-
Vespasian

AD 69-79Won the conflict of the four emperors year.
Was able to stabilize the empire again.Flavian
Titus

AD 79-81Opened that begun under Vespasian
Coliseum.Flavian
Domitian

AD 81-96Start of construction on the Limes.
Was considered a tyrant and was murdered.Flavian
Nerva

96-98 AD-Adoptive emperor
Trajan

AD 98-117Largest expansion of the Roman Empire.
Goed down in history as the best emperor.Adoptive emperor
Hadrian

117-138 ADConstruction of Hadrian's Wall and completion of the
Pantheon.Adoptive emperor
Antoninus Pius

138-161 A.D.Last great period of peace in the empire.Antonine
Marcus Aurelius

161-180 ADWas a philosopher. Had to with the plague and with
Coping with border conflicts.Antonine
Commodus

180-192 ADSaw himself Hercules and sat on
"Bread and games". Was strangled in the bathroom.Antonine
Pertinax

193 ADBeginning of the second year of the four emperors.-
Didius Julianus

193 ADRuled at the same time as Pescennius Niger
(Counter-Emperor East) and Septimius Severus.-
Septimius Severus

AD 193-211Gained sole rule only in AD 197
after the last opponent (Albinus) was defeated.Severer
Caracalla

A.D. 211-217Murdered his brother and fellow emperor Geta.
Slaughtered 20,000 followers of Geta.Severer
Macrinus

AD 217-218Assassination plot against Caracalla. Was from
killed the Severians after a short reign.-
Elagabal

AD 218-222The epitome of late Roman decadence.
Wanted to introduce Syrian cult in the empire.Severer
Severus Alexander

A.D. 222-235Came to the throne at 13 and was ruled by
directed by his dominant mother.Severer
Maximinus Thrax

AD 235-238First soldier emperor. These were from
Military support or thanks to him for power. Soldier emperor
Pupienus

238 ADRuled together with Balbinus.
Appointed by the Senate.Senate Emperor
Balbinus

238 ADRuled together with Pupienus
Appointed by the Senate.Senate Emperor
Gordian III.

A.D. 238-244Great threat from Germanic peoples
and Sassanids (Persians).Soldier emperor
Philip Arabs

AD 244-2491000th anniversary of Rome.
Peace with the Sassanids.Soldier emperor
Decius

A.D. 249-251First nationwide persecution of Christians.
Fell fighting the Goths.Soldier emperor
Trebonianus Gallus

A.D. 251-253Loss of territory by the Sassanids.
Concessions to the Goths.Soldier emperor
Aemilianus

253 ADWas eliminated after a few weeks.Soldier emperor
Valerian

AD 253-260Abandonment of the Limes. Got after one
Defeat in Persian captivity.Soldier emperor
Gallienus

A.D. 253-268Lost control of Gaul (Gaulish
Sonderreich) and the East (Gegenkaiser).Soldier emperor
Claudius Gothicus

AD 268-270Successes against Goths and Alemanni.
Massive inflation in the Roman Empire.Soldier emperor
Quintillus

270 ADRuled for 17 days and was ruled by Aurelian
driven to suicide.Soldier emperor
Aurelian

270-275 ADSuccesses against Germanic peoples. Recovery
of Gaul and Palmyra.Soldier emperor
Tacitus

A.D. 275-276-Soldier emperor
Florianus

276 ADWas defeated by Probus.Soldier emperor
Probus

A.D. 276-282Victories against Vandals and Burgundies.
Murdered by dissatisfied soldiers.Soldier emperor
Carus

A.D. 282-283Allegedly during a Persian campaign
struck by lightning.Soldier emperor
Carinus

A.D. 283-285Before Caru's death only co-emperor.
Was conquered by Diocletian.Soldier emperor
Diocletian

284-305 ADOvercoming the crisis. Led the tetrarchy
one (east and west emperors plus lower emperors).Tetrarchy
Maximian

A.D. 286-305Ruled in the west while Diocletian
ruled the east from AD 286.Tetrarchy
Constantius I.

A.D. 305-306Emperor in the West.
Could end uprising in Britain.Tetrarchy
Galerius

305-311 A.D.Emperor in the East.
Fought to keep the tetrarchy.Tetrarchy
Severus

A.D. 306-307Emperor in the west. Was executed by Maxentius (counter-emperor).Tetrarchy
Licinius

A.D. 308-324Initially West Emperor, after beating
Maximinus Daia Eastern Emperor from AD 313.Tetrarchy
Maximinus Daia

A.D. 311-313Eastern emperor until he was defeated by Licinius.Tetrarchy
Constantine the Great



A.D. 306-337Initially, the opposing and lower emperors. Obtained from
324 AD the sole rule.
Equality of Christianity and
Foundation of Constantinople.Constantinian
Constantine II

A.D. 337-340Together with Constant's Kaiser in the west.
Died in power struggle against his brother.Constantinian
Constants

337-350 ADBrother of Constantine II.
Sole western emperor from 340 AD.Constantinian
Constantius II

A.D. 337-361Emperor in the East. Later sole ruler
about the Roman Empire.Constantinian
Julian

A.D. 360--363Initially an opposing emperor, later a sole ruler.
Last non-Christian emperor.Constantinian
Jovian

AD 363-364Ruled only one winter and died
probably smoke inhalation.-
Valentinian I.

364-375 A.D.Emperor in the west, continued his brother Valens
in the east one.Valentinian
Valens

364-378 A.D.Emperor in the East.
Lost his life fighting the Goths.Valentinian
Gratian

A.D. 375-383Emperor in the west, briefly also in the east.Valentinian
Valentinian II.

A.D. 375-392Emperor in the west until 383 AD only
Co-emperorValentinian
Theodosius I.

A.D. 379-395At first emperor in the east. Later last
Sole ruler over the Roman Empire.Theodosian