This page outlines the entire history of the regime that was in place in the Roman Empire at this time.
This page outlines how Octavian became the first emperor of the Roman Empire.
The city of Rome and the rest of the empire was revamped as a result of an increasing population in Rome. This page discusses where and how Augustus spent the money on the Roman Empire.
In the early parts of the first century AD, Claudius decided to finish the job that Caesar has started: Britain and Wales were invaded.
This page outlines how Vespasian restored control of many cities during the Jewish War.
Nero was only 16 when he succeeded his adoptive father, Claudius, to become the final emperor in the Julio-Claudian era. Galba, Otho, Vitellius and Vespasian succeeded Nero in 68 and into 69 AD.
This page deals with the two wars that Trajan was involved in: the first Dacian War and the war against the Parthians.