Roman Emperors By: jordan morris

Julius Caesar ruled in 44 BC. He got his power from his split from Pompey after the war. He had many achievements such as creating the Roman Empire and getting some of the first victories in Rome. Julius Caesar was killed in 46 BC.

Nero ruled in 54 AD. He got his power from his mother poisoning Claudius who was the previous ruler. Nero had many achievements such as he ended trials, gave senate independence, and aided Jews. Nero was relieved of the throne in 68 AD.

Claudius ruled in 41 BC. He got his power from Caligula’s murder. He had many achievements such as the conquering of England,his very appealing personality. Claudius was relieved of the throne in 54 BC.

Caligula ruled in 37 BC. He was born into power. He had many achievements such as “conquering” the ocean and he also wrecked havoc on his people for 4 years. Caligula was relieved of the throne in 41 BC.

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