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List of Roman Emperors

Julio-Claudian
BC 27Augustus
AD 14 Tiberius
37Caligula
41 Claudius
54 Nero
68Galba
68Otho
68Vitellius
Flavian
69 Vespasian
79 Titus
81 Domitian
96 Nerva
98Trajan
117 Hadrian
Antonines
138 Antoninus Pius
161 Marcus Aurelius
180 Commodus
193 Pertinax
193Didius Julianus
Severi
193Septimius Severus
211Caracalla
217 Macrinus
218 Elagabalus
222 Alexander Severus
CIVIL WAR
235Maximinus
238The two Gordiani
238Pupienus and Balbinus
238Gordian III
244Philip
249Decius
251Gallus
254Aemilianus
260Valerian
260Gallienus
268Claudius
270Quimillus
270Aurelian
275Tacitus
276Probus
282Carus
283Carinus and Numerian
The Dominate
284Diocletian and Maximian
305Constantius and Galerius
311Licinius and Constantine I
324Constantine I
337Constantine II
337Constantius II
337Constans
350Constantius II
361Julian
363Jovian
Division of the Empire
364Valentinian I
375Gratian and Valentinian II
383Valentinian II
392Theodosius I
395Honorius
423Valentinian III
455Maximus
455Avitus
457Majorian
461Severus
467 Anthemius
472 Olybrius
473Glycerius
474Julius Nepos
475Romulus Augustulus

After achieving world recognition for the Beaux-Arts classicism of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago architect Daniel Burnham designed Union Station in 1903 to serve as a "vestibule" to the capital city. Union Station in Washington DC was built to consolidate Washington's passenger train traffic into one location; it was opened to service in 1907. The station, modelled after the Baths of Caracalla in Rome, is 720 feet long; the waiting room is 120 feet wide and 219 feet long, and the vaulted ceiling reaches 96 feet above the floor.



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