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Roman Emperors and their Relatives 27 BC-337 AD Part 1
Augustus (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Augustus (Octavian) First Emperor of Rome 27 BC-14 AD"
Tiberius the Politician (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Tiberius 14-37 AD, Infamous as the Emperor who killed Jesus"
Caligula: The Corruption of Power (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Caligula (Gaius) 37-41 AD, A convincing Revisionist view of Caligula"
Caligula: Emperor of Rome
"Caligula (Gaius) 37-41 AD, The view that Caligula was completely Insane (In my opinion, this book's premise is mistaken)"
Claudius (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Claudius (of I, Claudius fame) 41-54 AD, otherwise known as Claudius the Stammerer"
I Claudius - Complete BBC Series (5 Disc Box Set) [DVD] 
"I, Claudius, the TV series which, although often historically inaccurate, is fantastic and should be required watching for anyone interested in the Roman Emperors"
Nero: The End of a Dynasty (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Nero 54-68 AD, the last Emperor of the Julio-Claudian Dynasty and by the end of his reign, quite mad"
Year of the Four Emperors (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"The year of the Four Emperors, 69 AD when Galba, Otho, Vitellius and finally Vespasian fought for the Imperial Throne, along with would-be usurpers Vindex, Macer and Sabinus"
Vespasian (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Vespasian 69-79 AD, the first Flavian Emperor, who on his deathbed (a hard place to reach if you were a Roman Emperor), joked that 'I think I am turning into a God'"
The Emperor Titus
"Titus 79-81 AD, this biography is extremely hard to get hold of"
The Emperor Domitian
"Domitian 81-96 AD, this biography focuses on the institutions and events of Domitian's reign"
Domitian: Tragic Tyrant (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Domitian 81-96 AD, this biography focuses on Domitian's personality and looks at him from the Psychological point of view"
Nerva and the Roman Succession Crisis of AD 96-99 (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Nerva 96-98 AD, Grainger attempts to address how and why Domitian was killed and by whom; the rule of Nerva; the choice of his successor and the effects of all this inside and outside the ruling group"
Trajan: Optimus Princeps (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Trajan 98-117 AD, possibly the best Roman Emperor"
Hadrian: The Restless Emperor (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Hadrian 117-138 AD, the Emperor every schoolchild in Britain knows of (or, at least, should know of), the man who ordered the building of Hadrain's Wall"
The Antonines: The Roman Empire in Transition
"Covers Antoninus Pius (138-161), Marcus Aurelius (161-180), Lucius Verus (161-166) and Commodus (180-192), Gibbon's Golden Age of the Roman Empire"
Marcus Aurelius: A Biography (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Marcus Aurelius 161-180, the Philosopher-Emperor"
Septimius Severus: The African Emperor (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Septimius Severus 193-211 AD, the first non-Italian Emperor"
The Roman Empire from Severus to Constantine
"Covers all the Emperors from 180-324 AD"
Age of the Soldier Emperors: Imperial Rome, A.D.224-84 (Noyes Classical Studies)
"Covers the 'Soldier-Emperors' of Rome from 224-284 AD"
Aurelian and the Third Century (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Aurelian 270-275 AD, 'Restorer of the World', seen as the Emperor who brought back the Roman World from the Brink of Destruction"
The Gallic Empire: Separatism and continuity in the north-western provinces of the Roman Empire A.D. 260-274 (Historia. Einzelschriften)
"The Gallic Empire 260-274 AD, Gaul (France) split off from the rest of the Empire and created its own Emperors"
Diocletian and the Roman Recovery (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Diocletian 284-305 AD, the Emperor who created the Tetrarchy and split the Empire in two"
Constantine and the Christian Empire (Roman Imperial Biographies)
"Constantine the Great 306-337 AD, the first Christian Emperor and founder of the Byzantine Empire"
Byzantium: The Early Centuries: The Early Centuries v. 1
"The Byzantine Empire, first volume of the Byzantium Trilogy, in my opinion, the best overall histories of the Byzantine Empire"
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