Rome: The Five Emperors Of Rome

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The five good emperors were Nerva (96-98), Trajan (98-117), Hadrian (117-138), Antoninus Plus (138-161), and Marcus Aurelius (161-180). They followed the pattern of Julius Caesar and Augustus, which was on not breaking new ground. All these emperors were experienced generals and members of the senate, so Rome was provided with a stable series of well-trained political and military leaders that was for almost a century.
During Nerva’s short reign, he forbade the practice of delation, he recalled the exiles of Domitian, attempted to relieve the poor, he relieved people from oppressive taxes, and he was tolerant to the Christian. Next, is Trajan who was considered one of Rome's most outstanding emperors. While he ruled the empire reached its

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