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Encyclopedia > Flavian dynasty

The Flavian dynasty was a series of three Roman Emperors who ruled from 69, the "Year of the Four Emperors", to 96, when the last member was assassinated.


Although the period of the Flavians was relatively short, the name proved popular, and was a common component of Roman names for generations thereafter.

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Coliseum Rome Italy (0 words)
Originally called the amphitheatre Flavian or the Colosseum, it was built by the Flavian emperors to appease the Roman citizens.
The existing facility was getting dilapidated and the Flavian dynasty needed to buy peace.
So the land taken by Nero was snatched back and a coliseum built at the side of an artificial lake at his residence.
Roman Emperors - DIR Vespasian (2523 words)
A.D. 79, emperor A.D. 69-79) restored peace and stability to an empire in disarray following the death of Nero in A.D. In the process he established the Flavian dynasty as the legitimate successor to the Imperial throne.
Following the assassination of Gaius on 24 January, A.D. 41, Vespasian advanced rapidly, thanks in large part to the new princeps Claudius, whose favor the Flavians had wisely secured with that of Antonia, the mother of Germanicus, and of Claudius' freedmen, especially Narcissus.
The latter army, suffering from a lack of discipline and training, and unaccustomed to the heat of Rome, was defeated at Cremona in late October.
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