The Flavian dynasty is getting into the swing of things with a new, charismatic emperor. Welcome to the reign of Titus! He’s a man of many talents and a knack for having a rule riddled with natural disasters.
The eldest child of Vespasian, he’s been the right hand man of his father for many years. Now it’s time to cement the Flavian dynasty by taking the imperial helm.
Join the doctors as they explore the details of the second Flavian’s style of rule and the sad, quick end of this most stellar example of imperial majesty.
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Titus wearing a breastplate a striking a pose made famous by Augustus. White marble, Roman artwork, 79 AD. From the basilica of Herculaneum.
Museo Archeologico Nazionale of Naples. © Marie-Lan Nguyen / Wikimedia Commons