Emperor to Rome


October 20, 2021

The Roman Emperor was the ruler of the Roman State during the imperial period (beginning 27 BC). No. There is no unified term for such an office by the Romans: Latin titles such as emperor (the origin of the word emperor), augustus, caesar and princep are associated with it. Augustus was the first emperor of Rome.

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