Roman Emperors

Roman Emperors: A Captivating Guide to Augustus, Tiberius, Nero, Constantine the Great, and Justinian I

If you want to discover the captivating lives of five Roman Emperors, then keep reading…

Five captivating manuscripts in one book:
Augustus: A Captivating Guide to the First Emperor of Rome and How He Ruled the Roman Empire
Tiberius: A Captivating Guide to the Life of Ancient Rome’s Second Emperor and How He Ruled the Roman Empire
Nero: A Captivating Guide to the Last Emperor of the Julio-Claudian Dynasty and How He Ruled the Roman Empire
Constantine the Great: A Captivating Guide to the First Christian Roman Emperor and How He Ruled the Roman Empire
Justinian I: A Captivating Guide to Justinian the Great and How This Emperor Ruled the Roman Empire
The life of Augustus is historically important because his leadership marked out a new era in the story of the Roman world, an era that would see the expansion of the Roman Empire across the Mediterranean and beyond.

Tiberius is remembered, if he is remembered at all, for his bad behavior. He spent much of his rule on a Greek island surrounded by every pleasure that his diseased flesh could dream of, abandoning his empire to scandal and intrigue. He is a great villain of Roman history.

Nero’s extravagance has become nothing short of legendary. In its day, it was incredibly destructive to his people, particularly after the Great Fire of Rome, a fire that he may have even started.

Constantine the Great is a complex figure surrounded by controversies and contradictions. We have to use our common sense to discern the truth in the pages of propaganda and paint a new, more accurate picture of Constantine the Great, his deeds, and his persona.

While the name Justinian may not be one that instantly strikes a chord with people, his life and his legacy continue to impact people all over the world to this day. It is very likely that as you read this, you are living your life in accordance with laws that came about as a result of Justinian’s rewriting of the old Roman codes.