List The Ironies That Occurred During The Emperor's Reign
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Name of Emperor: You must include the name in English and the entire name in Latin. Antoninus Pius, Caesar Titus Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Augustus Pius Dates he lived: Born: 86 AD Died: 161 AD Dates he ruled: From: 139 AD Until: 161 AD You must thoroughly answer these questions with complete sentences. Refer to the emperor by his name. How did the emperor become emperor? On his 62th birthday Hadrian, who was very sick, announced he was going to adopt Antoninus Pius as his son.The ceremony was held in February in 138 AD. Hadrian was looking for a predecessor that would be good for the emire and keep it in safe hands. 2. List the enemies that the Roman Empire had during the emperor’s reign. The Britons were enemies…show more content… List three important events that occurred during the emperor’s reign. When his wife died he founded the Puellae Faustinianae, a charity for the daughters of the poor. The rebellion in Roman Britain was suppressed. The Antionine wall was built to extend the Roman frontier by 100 miles from Hadrian’s wall.
4. What did the emperor do that was beneficial for the people of Rome? (Be sure to explain why each thing he did was good for the Romans) When his wife died he founded the Puellae Faustinianae, a charity for the daughters of the poor. This was meant to benefit the girls. 5. What did the emperor do that was detrimental for the people of Rome? (Be sure to explain why each thing he did was bad for the Romans) The Romans were in a period of peace called the Pax Romana. Antoninus was a good emperor. He was for the people and kept the peace of the people.
6. What is the one thing for which the emperor is best known? Why do you think he is best known for this?
Antoninus’s reign is best known for its peace and tranquility. He was a good leader who kept the peace of the people. There wasn’t just peace in the land.
7. How did the emperor end his rule of the empire? If he died, how did he