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1105(352)-1159(406) (Ætas ab Brian)

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History of Rome-After Ætas ab Brian


Constantine (Aeab):
1057(304)-1105(352)
History of Rome (Aeab):
1105(352)-1159(406)
Hun Invasion (Aeab):
1159(406)-1207(454)


Flavivs Ivlianvs was appointed next. Fudging slightly the laws of succession, the Senate allowed Constantine’s half brother to rule in hopes he would have the energy of Constantine to retain the empire. Born in Byzantium and now at 21, Ivlianvs was a proud product of Vaspasian’s and Antonivs’ schools.

Ivlianvs did not find controlling the Empire easy, but managed to dispense his stress in a number of humorus books, including ‘Misopogon’ (Beard Hater), ‘Hymn to Lvcinivs’, ‘Ode to Mine Half-brother Who was so Kind as to Pile This Empire of Very Strong and Heavy Rock upon Me’, ‘The Masses’, and ‘Against Barbarians’. They were popular.

Ivlianvs also restored Belgica (60 years under military governors) and Ægyptus (55 years) to Senatorial status in 1109(356) and gave Dalmatia a senatorial seat in 1113(360). Also that year, the stirrup for the horse was invented by an ADA in Asia province, making horses easier to get on, off, and direct. The next 46 years were stable for the empire.

In 1126(373) an ADA in Greece developed Greek Fire. It was very vulnerable but more research went into making it safer to use and easier to transport.

In 1140(387) Ivlianvs, also an amateur mathematician, had long been fed up with the inefficiency of Roman numerals.

In 1153(400) Ivlianvs passed an amendment to Caricus’ Constitutio Antoniniana of citizenship that made all freemen Roman citizens, whether born so or not.

Ivlianvs died in 1159(406) at 75.


Empire 1159(406)


Constantine (Aeab):
1057(304)-1105(352)
History of Rome (Aeab):
1105(352)-1159(406)
Hun Invasion (Aeab):
1159(406)-1207(454)


History of Rome-After Ætas ab Brian

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