List of Roman Emperors

List of Roman Emperors

Today we want to share with you the list of Roman Emperors throughout its entire history. Its dynasties, military governments, dictators and even usurpers, a period that began with the death of Julius Caesar.

First, we leave you the first dynasties where are some of the most famous emperors:

Julio-Claudian dynasty

  • August (27 BC - 14)
  • Tiberius (14 - 37)
  • Caligula (37 – 41)
  • Claudio (41 - 54)
  • Nero (54 – 68)

Year of the four emperors

  • Galba (68 - 69)
  • Otto (69)
  • Vitellium (69)
  • Vespasian (with whom a new dynasty begins)

Flavian dynasty

  • Vespasian (69 - 79)
  • Titus (79 - 81)
  • Domitian (81 - 96)

Antonine dynasty

  • Nerva (96 - 98)
  • Trajan (98 – 117)
  • Hadrian (117 - 138)
  • Antonio Pío (138 - 161)
  • Marcus Aurelius (161 - 180)
  • Lucio Vero (161- 169)
  • Avidio Casio (175)
  • Comfortable (180 - 193)

Now yes, we share the complete list of Roman emperors, from the "divine" Augustus to Romulus Augustulus, the last emperor.

Complete list of Roman Emperors

Julio-Claudian dynasty
August27 BC - 14
Tiberius14 – 37
Caligula37 – 41
Claudio41 – 54
Nero54 – 68
Year of the four emperors
Galba68 – 69
Otto69
Vitellius69
Flavian dynasty
Vespasian (last of the 4 emperors)69 – 79
Titus79 – 81
Domitian81 – 96
Antonine dynasty
Nerva96 – 98
Trajan98 – 117
Hadrian117 – 138
Antonio Pio138 – 161
Marcus Aurelius161 – 180
Lucio Vero161- 169
Avidio Casio175
Comfortable180 – 193
Civil War / Generals-Emperors193
Pertinax193
Didius Julian193
Pescennius Niger193 – 194
Clodius Albino193 – 197
Dynasty of the Severe
Septimius Severus193– 211
Caracalla211– 217
Geta (co-emperor)211 – 212
Macrino217 – 218
Diadumenian217 – 218
Heliogabalus218–222
Alexander Severo222– 235
Rulers during the crisis of the third century
Maximinus the Thracian235-238
Gordian I238
Gordian II238
Pupieno Maximum238
Balbino238
Gordian III238 –244
Sabinian (declared himself emperor)240
Philip the Arab244 –249
Pacatiano (Roman usurper)248
Jotapiano (Roman usurper)248
Silbanaco (Roman usurper)248
Decius or Trajan Decius249 – 251
Prisco (Roman usurper)249-252
Licinian (Roman usurper)250
Etruscan Herenian251
Hostile251
Gaul Trebonian251 – 253
Volusian251-253
Emiliano253
Valerian253 – 260
Galieno260 – 268
Salonino260
Other usurpers after Salonino
Naive260
Regalian260)
Macriano the Elder260 – 261
Macriano the Younger260 – 261
Still260 – 261
Musio Emiliano261 – 262?
Aureolo268
Gallic Empire260 – 274
Posthumous260 – 269
Leliano (usurper against Posthumous)269
Mario269
Victorino269 – 271
Domitian (Roman usurper, not to be confused with the emperor)270 – 271
Dark I271 – 274
Illyrian Emperors
Claudius II268 – 270
Quintyle270
Aureliano270 – 275
Claudio Tacitus275- 276
Floriano276
Proof276- 282
Expensive282 – 284
Sweetie283- 285
Numerian283-284
Years 286 - 297
Carausio286 – 293
Alecto293 – 297
Tetrarchy and House of Constantine
Diocletian284 - 305 co-emperor Maximian 286- 305
Constantius I305-306 Co-Emperor Galerius 305-311
Galerius and Severus II306-307
Constantine I the Great306-307
Licinius308-324
Maximino Daya310–313
Valerio Valente316-317
Martinian324
Constantine II337-340
Constantius II337-361
Constant337 – 350
Magnencio350 – 353
Vetranio350
Nepociano (Roman usurper)350
Julian "the Apostate"361 – 363
Jovian363 – 364
Valentinian dynasty
Valentinian I in the West364 - 375, (Valente in the East 364 - 378)
Flavio Graciano in the West375 – 383
Valentinian II375 – 392
Magno Maximum383 – 388
Theodosian dynasty
Theodosius I in the East379 - 392 (in the West 392 - 395)
Arcadio383 – 395
Honorius393 – 395
Western empire
Honorius395 – 423
Constantius III421
Joannes423 – 425
Valentinian III425 – 455
Petronius Maximum455
Avito455 – 456
Majorian456 – 461
Severe Libyan461 – 465
Antemio467 – 472
Olibrio472
Glycerium473 – 474
Julio Nepote475 – 475
Romulus Augustulus - Last Roman Emperor of the West475 – 476
Usurpers during the reign of Honorius
Constantine III407 – 411
Constant II409 – 411
Maximum409 – 411
Prisco Atalo (proclaimed emperor by the Visigoths)409 – 410
Jovino411 – 413
Sebastiano412 – 413
Prisco Atalo (again usurps the throne and is proclaimed by the Visigoths)411

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