Rome - Roman Emperors - Five Good
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Column of Marcus Aurelius - What Is the Column of Marcus Aurelius
The Column of Marcus Aurelius, which is located in Rome in the Campus Martius [see City of Rome Map], tells the story of Marcus Aurelius' German and Sarmatian campaigns (A.D. 172-175) in spiral reliefs.
5 Good Emperors
The five good emperors came between the notoriously bad emperors Domitian and Commodus and were grouped together by Edward Gibbon.
Good Emperors - About the Five Good Emperors of Rome
After the period of the 12 Caesars came a time when Rome was ruled by five good emperors in a row. Each emperor adopted his successor. The final emperor was Marcus Aurelius whose natural son followed him and broke the string of Roman luck.