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Julio-Claudians. Julio-Claudian dynasty: the first dynasty to reign the Roman Empire (31 BCE – 68 CE). Augustus. The dynasty was founded by. Julio-Claudian dynasty. The first five Roman emperors who ruled the Roman Empire, including Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, and Nero. Vespasian was the fourth and final emperor to rule in the year 69 CE, and established the stable Flavian Dynasty, that was to succeed the Julio-Claudians.

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A number of ancient historians accuse Agrippina of poisoning Claudius, but details on these private events vary widely. Please try again later. Although Calvina died childless, she was married to Lucius Vitelliuswhose elder brother was the short-lived emperor Vitellius. He was made Emperor over his step-brother, Claudius’ son Britannicuswho he had killed. Rome’s second Emperor died at the port town of Misenum on 16 March AD 37, at the age of 78 years, having reigned for 23 years.

In AD 55, Nero began taking on a more active role as an administrator. Germanicus subsequently married Augustus’ granddaughter Agrippina. Nero had regained the control of the empire militarily, but this opportunity was used by his enemies in Rome. Tiberiussecond Roman emperor 14—37 cethe adopted son of Augustus, whose imperial institutions and imperial boundaries he sought to preserve.

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Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Through Agrippina, Germanicus’ children — including Caligula — were Augustus’ great-grandchildren. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. She married Octavius Laenasmaternal uncle of the emperor Nerva.

Views Read Edit View history. Retrieved 14 February On Livia Drusilla’s side of the dynasty, Rubellia Bassa was one of the few remaining Claudians who survived the downfall of the first imperial family. Julius and Claudius were two Roman family names ; in classical Latin, they came claudiana. Thank you for your feedback. Through his mother, Nero was related by blood to the Julian and Claudian branches of the Imperial family.

Julio-Claudian dynasty

Nero became emperor in AD 54 at sixteen, the youngest emperor yet. Because he had no son who could succeed him, he adopted his stepson Tiberiusa son of his wife Livia from an earlier marriage. He married four times to, in jylio, Plautia UrgulanillaAelia PaetinaValeria Messalina and, finally, Agrippina the Younger and is referenced by Suetonius as being easily manipulated. Despite his difficult relationship claudiajs the Senate, Tiberius’ first years were generally good.

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Latin emperors — Holy Roman emperors — The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Julio-Claudian period treatment by Tacitus In Tacitus: Caligula ordered Gemellus killed within his first year in power.

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The popular assemblies, which had once handed out commands, offices, and armies, became powerless.

He took a personal interest in the law, presided at public trials, and issued up to twenty edicts a day; however, he jlio seen as vulnerable throughout his rule, particularly by the nobility. Nero died, probably by suicide, and was succeeded by the general Galbawho had been a leader of one of the revolts.

Julio-Claudians

He was consul four times between AD 55 and On 19 August AD 14, Augustus died. During the century of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, the Roman Empire prospered.

Nero became a Claudian in name as a result of Agrippina’s marriage to her uncle, Claudius, who ultimately adopted her son as his own. Nero enacted a public relief effort as well as large reconstruction projects.

They uulio successful military leaders who had fought against the barbarian Germanic tribes. World War II, conflict that involved virtually every part of the world during the years —