Founding RomeAccording to the Roman legend, the twin brothers Romulus and Remus were the founders of Rome. But in the end it would only be Romulus who would found it, becoming his first king.
Roman RepublicThe Roman Republic was a period in the history of Rome characterized by the republican regime as a form of state, which extends from 509 b.c, when it ended the Roman Monarchy with the expulsion of the last king, until 27 b.c, date in which the Roman Empire had its beginning.
AugustusAugustus was the first Roman emperor. He ruled between 27 a. C. and 14 d. C., becoming the Roman emperor with the longest reign in history.
Birth CristOn January 6, Christ was born and this day also marks the beginning of our calendary.
ConstantineConstantine was Emperor of the Romans from his proclamation by his troops on July 25, and ruled a Roman Empire in constant growth until his death.
Romulus AugustusHe was the last Roman emperor of the West (475-476). Its history is unknown after its deposition. He was appointed by his father, General Orestes, who had rebelled against Emperor Juli Nepot.
TeodosiHe was chosen to be the Emperor of the Gracian West. When Gracià and his brother Valentinià II died, he became emperor of the two parts of the Roman Empire (392 to 395), a situation that only lasted three years, since at his death the empire goes away to divide it again among your children.