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Name Reason Became The Emperor Year Became Emperor Year Stopped Being Emperor Relation To Previous Emperor(s)
Remus Founded The City Of Rome 1092 BC 1061 BC No Previous Emperor
Zacmantar Related to The Previous Emperor 1061 BC 1011 BC Son
Emperor Admantar Related To The Previous Emperor 1011 BC 1011 BC Son
Emperor Seed McIlir Became Emperor Because He Won A Battle Against Admantar 1011 BC 968 BC Not Related
Emperor Zacmannar Became Emperor Because He Won A Battle Against Seed McIlir 968 BC 968 BC Not Related
Aeexarlz Became Emperor Because He Won A Battle Against Zacmannar 968 BC 938 BC Son
Overius Overthrew Aeexarlz 938 BC 907 BC Cousin
Scififeanian I Related To Previous Emperor 907 BC 877 BC Son
Scififeanian II Overthrew Scififeanian I 877 BC 838 BC Ninth Cousin
Oksanold Overthrew Scififeanian II 838 BC 835 BC Grandson
Seld McIlir Tricked Oksanold into giving him the throne 835 BC 804 BC Not Related
Ydnes Killed the previous Emperor and took power for himself 804 BC 767 BC Not Related
Zacnantar Attacked Ydnes and seized control of the Empire 767 BC 765 BC Not Related
Fraifcel Related To The Previous Emperor, Zacnantar 765 BC 753 BC Brother
Romulus Killed the previous Emperor and took control of Rome 753 BC 715 BC Not Related
Numa Pompilius Was elected 715 BC 673 BC Brother
Tullus Hostilius Related To Previous Emperor 673 BC 642 BC Grandson
Ancus Marcius Related To Previous Emperor 642 BC 616 BC Cousin
Lucius Tarquinius Priscus Was given the throne by Ancus Marcius 616 BC 579 BC Ninth Cousin
Servius Tullius Related to the Previous Emperor 579 BC 535 BC Fifth Cousin
Lucius Tarquinius Superbus Related to the emperor before the previous emperor 535 BC 496 BC Brother-In-Law, and Ninth Cousin
Lucius Caecilius Metellus I Related To The Previous Emperor 496 BC 446 BC Son
Lucius Caecilius Metellus II Related To The Previous Emperor 446 BC 410 BC Son
Lucius Caecilius Metellus III Related To The Previous Emperor 410 BC 365 BC Son
Lucius Caecilius Metellus IV Related To The Previous Emperor 365 BC 341 BC Son
Lucius Caecilius Metellus V Related To The Previous Emperor 341 BC 301 BC Son
Lucius Caecilius Metellus VI Related To The Previous Emperor 301 BC 267 BC Son
Lucius Caecilius Metellus VII Related To The Previous Emperor 267 BC 251 BC Son
Lucius Caecilius Metellus VIII Related To The Previous Emperor 251 BC 251 BC Fourth Cousin
Quintus Caecilius Metellus Chopped the head off the previous Emperor 251 BC 205 BC Not Related to previous Emperor
Qulitus Cae Arli Related To The Previous Roman Emperor 205 BC 157 BC Fourth Cousin
Quintus Caecilius Metellus Numidicus Seized Power For Himself 157 BC 109 BC Not Related
Quintus Caecilius Metellus Pius Related To Previous Emperor 109 BC 63 BC Son
Julius Caesar Related To The Previous Emperor 63 BC 27 BC Nephew
Augustus Was The Nephew Of Julius Caesar 27 BC 14 AD Was the nephew of Julius Caesar, a dictator
Tiberius Related To The Wife Of Augustus 14 AD 37 AD Stepson and adopted son of Augustus
Ferentinus Related To The Previous Emperor 37 AD 64 AD brother-in-law of Tiberius
Tebustusus killed Ferentinus and seized power for himself 64 AD 68 AD Not related to previous emperor
Galba ordered the killing of Tebustusus and made himself emperor 68 AD 69 AD not related to Tebustusus
Otho Was appointed the Emperor 69 AD 69 AD brother of Galba
Vitellius Became the new Emperor with help of an army 69 AD 69 AD Shared a grandfather with Otho
Vespasian Same As Above 69 AD 79 AD Cousin of Vitellius
Titus Is Related To The Previous Emperor 79 AD 81 AD Son of Vespasian
Domitian Was Related To Previous Emperor 81 AD 96 AD Brother of Titus
Nerva Was Appointed By The Senate 96 AD 98 AD Twin Brother of Domitian
Trajan Adopted son of Nerva 98 AD 117 AD Technically not related, but adopted son of Nerva
Hadrian was adopted by the previous emperor 117 AD 138 AD Was adopted by Trajan
Antonius Pius was adopted by the previous emperor 138 AD 161 AD Technically not related, but adopted son of Hadrian
Lucius Verus and Marcus Aurelius They were adopted by Antonius Pius 161 AD 169 AD Adopted sons of the previous emperor
Marcus Aurelius was joint emperor with Lucius Verus until Lucius died 161 AD 180 AD was adopted by Antonius Pius
Commodus Related to the previous Emperor 180 AD 192 AD son of Marcus Aurelius
Muccus Aeruliu Related to the previous Emperor 192 AD 210 AD son of the Emperor Commodus
Marcus Vurus Related to the previous Emperor 210 AD 228 AD Step-son of Muccus Aeruliu
Mucmudus ordered the murder of Marcus Vurus and took the title of Emperor for himself 228 AD 235 AD Not related to previous Emperor
Maximinus I Was voted Emperor 235 AD 238 AD step-son of Mucmudus
Gordian I and Gordian II Were voted Emperor 238 AD 238 AD Gordian I was a brother of Maximinus I
Pupiensis and Balbinus and Gordian III Were voted Emperors by the Senate 238 AD 238 AD Gordian III was the grandson of Gordian I
Gordian III Had already been the Emperor, was co-ruling with Pupiensis and Balbinus 238 AD 244 AD He was the grandson of Gordian I
Philip I claimed power by his own force 244 AD 249 AD brother of Gordian III
Philip I and Philip II Philip I allowed his son to rule with him 247 AD 249 AD Philip I was the father of Philip II
Gardinsi I Attacked Philip II and seized power, and then killed Philip I 249 AD 250 AD Younger brother of Philip II
Gardinsi II Burnt down the palace of Gardinsi I 250 AD 250 AD cousin of Gardinsi I
Gardinsi III burst a poisonous fish over the face of Gardinsi II 250 AD 250 AD son
Gardinsi IV was related to the previous Emperor 250 AD 251 AD fourth cousin
Hostilian Related To The Previous Emperor 251 AD 251 AD third cousin
Trebonianus Gallus and Volusian Related To The Previous Emperor 251 AD 253 AD Trebonianus Gallus the cousin of Hostilian, Volusian was Trebonianus Gallus's son
Gardinsi V Related to Previous Emperor 253 AD 254 AD Nephew of Volusian
Gardinsi VI and Gardinsi VII Related to the previous Emperor 254 AD 260 AD Gardinsi VI was the cousin of Gardinsi V; Gardinsi VII is Gardinsi VI's oldest son
Garbili Inu Related to The Previous Emperors 260 AD 261 AD Eleventh Cousin
Gardinsi VIII Related to the previous Emperor 261 AD 268 AD Eighth Cousin
Claudius Gothicus Was victorious in a battle 268 AD 270 AD youngest son
Quintillus Was related to the previous Emperor 270 AD 270 AD Brother
Aurelian was related to the previous Emperor 270 AD 275 AD Eighth Cousin
Tacitus set fire to Aurelian's house 275 AD 276 AD Not related to Aurelian
Quiulisnus Related to Tacitus 276 AD 278 AD Fourth cousin
Cuaudiulug, Quiutusnug, and Auruliss They are related to the former Emperor (Quiulisnus) 278 AD 288 AD Auruliss is the brother of Quiulisnus
Cuaudiulug, Quiutusnug, Auruliss, Zoilus and Rex The three emperors ruling allowed two relations to co-rule with them 288 AD 318 AD Zoilus and Rex were the sons of Auruliss
Tui Iduan murdered the previous emperors and seized power 318 AD 329 AD Youngest son of Zoilus
Tai Itdua related to the previous Emperor 329 AD 344 AD Nephew
Quiltsslu Related to the previous Emperor 344 AD 363 AD grandson
Cuautiunug Related to the previous Emperor 363 AD 379 AD fourth cousin
Theodosius Related to the previous Emperor 379 AD 395 AD son

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