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Byzantine Emperors This is a list of the Emperors of the Eastern Roman Empire, commonly known as the Byzantine Empire by modern historians. This list does not include numerous co-emperors who never attained sole or senior status as rulers

This list begins with Constantine I the Great, the first Christian emperor reigning from Constantinople. Diocletian before him had ruled from Nicomedia and replaced the republican trappings of the office with a straightforward autocracy. All Byzantine Emperors regarded themselves as Roman Emperors
Byzantine pages choose your emperor, Constantine the Great, Byzantine artifacts
Crazy caesars of Rome
Hellenistic Monarchs down to the Roman Empire Macedonian great kings, kings of Epirus, Bosporan kingdom, Antigonid kings, kings of Thrace, kings of Macedonia, Seleucids, Macedonian kings of Iran, Iraq, Syria, etc., kings of Armenia, kings of Pontus, seven wonders of the world, kings of Bithynia, attalids of Pergamum, kings of Cappadocia, Macedonian kings of Bactria, Parthian arsacids, leaders & kings of Judaea, kings of Commagene, Ptolemies, Macedonian kings of Egypt
Imperium romanum list of roman emperors: List of Roman emperors
Roman emperors an on-line encyclopedia on the rulers of the Roman empire from Augustus (27 BC-AD 14) to Constantine XI Palaeologus (1449-1453)
Roman Gods Jupiter - King of the Gods, Juno - Queen of the Gods, Neptune - God of the Sea, Pluto - God of Death, Apollo - God of the Sun, Diana - Goddess of the Moon, Mars - God of War, Venus - Goddess of Love, Cupid - God of Love, Mercury - Messenger of the Gods, Minerva - Goddess of Wisdom, Ceres - The Earth Goddess, Proserpine - Goddess of the Underworld, Vulcan - The Smith God, Bacchus - God of Wine, Saturn - God of Time, Vesta - Goddess of the Home, Janus - God of Doors, Uranus - Father of Saturn, Maia - Goddess of Growth
Stemmata of imperial dynasties large, detailed family trees
Who was who in Roman times
Women of ancient Rome
 
Biographies of people of Rome and Greece 
Achilles and Troy Achilles is part of the Achaean force Agamemnon has taken to Troy to win back Helen for Agamemnon's brother Menelaus
Alexander the great Alexander the Great's first web site
Alexander the great Alexander the great
Alexander the Great on the web
Alexander the Great- The Path to Deification
Alexander the Great website Alexander the Great, his life, his family, his conquests, and his battles
Antony, Octavian, and Cleopatra
Augustus: images of power
Caius Julius Caesar july 13, 100 - march 15, 44 BCE
Caligula
Cleopatra
Cleopatra
Constantine the Great
Constantine the Great
Constantine the Great
Roman coins of Constantine the Great
Galen
Hadrian Hadrian ( 76 CE – 138 CE ), born in Spain of provincial Roman stock, became Roman Emperor in 117, succeeding to his uncle Trajan. Hadrian’s reign was marked by a distinct will to preserve the ‘Roman Peace’ and renunciation of further conquests, though towards the end of it he was forced to lead a disastrous war caused by a revolt in the province of Judaea, afterwards Palestine
Hannibal having won the battle on the Trebbia river, Hannibal kept heading South, thus making the Roman Consuls and Senate believe that he was planning to attack Rome itself ...
Hannibal and The Battle of Trasimeno
Hannibal
Herodotus
In the footsteps of Alexander the Great
Julius Caesar the last dictator
Marcus Antonius Gordianus
Marcus Tullius Cicero Marcus Tullius Cicero was born on January 3, 106 BC and was murdered on December 7, 43 BC. His life coincided with the decline and fall of the Roman Republic, and he was an important actor in many of the significant political events of his time
Ovidius in Dutch
Plato
Plato
Sophocles Sophocles (497 - 406 BCE) was one of three great Greek tragic poets. He came from wealth, and moved easily in society. Over his productive life of over sixty years he wrote over 123 plays, of which only seven remain
Spartacus
Thucydides
Timeline of Alexander The Great follow Alexander The Great throughout his Asian conquests in this full color timeline, that traces his 10 year journey
Trojan's Rome who was emperor Trajan?
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