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Family tree of Roman emperors

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a family tree of the Roman Emperors, showing only the relationships between the emperors.

27 BC – AD 192

The emperors from Augustus to Commodus can be organised into one large family tree.

Augustus
63 BC – 27 BC – AD 14[1]
Tiberius Claudius Nero
85–33 BC[2]
Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
63–12 BC[3]
Julia the Elder
39 BC – AD 14[4]
Tiberius
42 BC – AD 14–37[4]
Nero Claudius Drusus
38–9 BC[5]
Lucius Aemilius Paullus
d. 14
Julia the Younger
19BC – AD28[6]
Agrippina the Elder
14 BC – AD 33
Germanicus
16 BC – AD 19[7]
Claudius
10 BC – 41-54[7]
Marcus TorquatusAemilia Lepida
4 BC – AD 53
Vespasian
9-69-79
Gnaeus Domitius Corbulo
7–67
Caesonia
6–41
Caligula
12-37-41
Agrippina the Younger
15–59
Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus
17 BC – AD 40
Drusus CaesarAemilia LepidaManius Aemilius Lepidus
Junia Calvina
15–79
Lucius Vitellius the Younger
16–69
Vitellius
15-69-69
Domitian
51-81-96
Domitia Longina
53–130
Galba
3BC – AD 68-69
Aemilia Lepida
UlpiaMarcus Ulpius Traianus
30–100
Marcia
33–100
Marcia FurnillaTitus
39-79-81
Nerva
30-96-98
CocceiaTitianusOtho
32-69-69
Poppaea Sabina
30–65
Nero
37-54-68
Publius Aelius Hadrianus AferTrajan
53-98-117
Ulpia Marciana
48–112
Salonina Matidia
68-119
Hadrian
76-117-138
Vibia Sabina
80–137
Rupilia
87–138
Marcus Annius VerusFaustina the Elder
100–141
Antoninus Pius
86-138-161
Marcus Aurelius
121-161-180
Faustina the Younger
125–175
Commodus
161-180-192
Lucilla
148–182
Lucius Verus
130-161-169


192–235

The emperors from Pertinax to the beginning of the Crisis can be organised into one large dynasty (see Severan dynasty family tree), one smaller family and two unrelated emperors.

Pertinax
126-192-193
Didius Julianus
133-193-193
Septimius Severus
145-193-211
Julia Domna
160–217
Julia Maesa
165–224
Macrinus
165-217-218
Caracalla
188-198-217
Geta
189-209-211
Julia Soaemias
180–222
Julia Avita Mamaea
180–235
Diadumenian
r. 218
Elagabalus
203-218-222
Alexander Severus
208-222-235

235–284, Crisis of the 3rd Century

The emperors during the fifty-year period of the Crisis can be organised into seven families and seven unrelated emperors, although no family held power for more than fifteen years.

Maximinus Thrax
173-235-238
Gordian I
159-238-238
Pupienus
178-238-238
Balbinus
165-238-238
Gordian II
192-238-238
Antonia Gordiana
b. 201
Philip the Arab
204-244-249
Decius
201-249-251
Trebonianus Gallus
206-251-253
Aemilianus
210-253-253
Gordian III
225-238-244
Valerian
200-253-260
Herennius Etruscus
227-251-251
Hostilian
230-251-251
Volusianus
r. 251–253
Claudius Gothicus
213-268-270
Quintillus
220-270-270
Gallienus
218-253-268
Aurelian
214-270-275
Tacitus
200-275-276
Florianus
r. 276
Probus
232-276-282
Carus
230-282-283
Carinus
r. 283–285
Numerian
r. 283–284

284–518

The emperors from the founding of the Dominate in 284, in the West until 476 and in the East until 518, can be organised into one large dynasty plus ten unrelated emperors.

Diocletian
244-284-305-311
Severus
r. 306–307
Afranius HannibalianusEutropia
d. 325
Maximian
250–310
r. 286–305, 306–8
ValeriaGalerius
260-305-311
unknown wifeunknown sister
TheodoraConstantius Chlorus
250-305-306
Helena of Constantinople
250–330
Maxentius
278-306-312
Valeria MaximillaMaximinus
270-311-313
Julius Constantius
d. 337
Licinius
250-308-324-325
Constantia
293–330
Constantine I
272-313-337
Fausta
289–326
Valerius Valens
r. 316–317
Martinian
r. 324
Julian
331-360-363
Helena
d. 360
Constantine II
316-337-340
Constantius II
317-337-361
Constans
320-337-350
Marina Severa
d. 375
Valentinian I
321-364-375
Justina
d. 388
Valens
328-364-378
Jovian
331-363-364
Constantia
361–383
Gratian
359-367-383
Aelia Flaccilla
d. 385
Theodosius I
347-379-395
Galla
d. 394
Valentinian II
371-375-392
John
r. 423–424
Honorius
384-393-423
Arcadius
377-383-408
Galla Placidia
392–450
Constantius III
r. 421
Avitus
385-455-456
Majorian
420-457-461
Libius Severus
r. 461–465
unknown wifeMarcian
396-450-457
Pulcheria
399–453
Theodosius II
401-408-450
unknown brotherLeo I
401-457-474
Verina
d. 484
Basiliscus
d. 477
r. 475-76
Marcia EuphemiaAnthemius
420-467-472
Petronius Maximus
396-455-455
Licinia Eudoxia
422–462
Valentinian III
419-425-455
unnamed niece of Leo IJulius Nepos
430-474-480
Zeno
425–491
r. 474–475, 476–491
Ariadne
450–515
Anastasius I
430-491-518
LeontiaMarcianOlybrius
430-472-472
Placidia
Romulus Augustus
462-475-476
Leo II
467-474-474
Glycerius
420-473-474-480

518–1453

References

Citations

  1. ^ Everitt 2007, pp. 9, 208, 313.
  2. ^ Everitt 2007, p. 125.
  3. ^ Everitt 2007, pp. xvi, xxi.
  4. ^ a b Everitt 2007, pp. xviii, xxiii.
  5. ^ Everitt 2007, pp. xviii, xxi.
  6. ^ Everitt 2007, pp. xxx, xxiii.
  7. ^ a b Everitt 2007, pp. xxi, xxiii.

Sources

  • Everitt, Anthony (2007). Augustus: the life of Rome's first emperor. New York: Random House Trade Paperbacks. ISBN 9780812970586.
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