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Antoninus Pius

Infographics presentation by Kelly Diehl

Antoninus Pius was known as a just and compassionate ruler.He often helped and donated to his people and soldiers. His reign was often known as the most peaceful in the Roman Empire's history.

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  • His parents were Arria Fadilla and T. Aurelius Fulvus
  • He went on to have 4 children
  • His son, Annie Galeria Faustina || would go on to be Marcus Aurelius, the next emperor

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#4 of the 5 Good Emperors

    • His given last name, Pius, meaning dutiful.
    • Known for being a just and compassionate person
    • He was well-respected and liked among both civilians and the Roman government
    • The empire during his 23 year reign was in relative peace and prosperity
  • He was claimed to be the fourth of the five good emperors for these reasons
  • He died in 161 AD, after catching a fever from what was believed a meal of Alpine cheese.

He reigned as emperor from 138 AD to 161 AD, as successor to emperor Hadrian after he died in 138 AD.

Antoninus Pius's last name was given to him by the Roman Senate for his loyalty to the previous emperor, who adopted him to be his heir.

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Cited Sources

“Antoninus Pius | Roman Emperor.” Encyclopedia Britannica, www.britannica.com/biography/Antoninus-Pius.Wasson, Donald . “Antoninus Pius.” World History Encyclopedia, 25 June 2013, www.worldhistory.org/Antoninus_Pius/.Pius, Antoninus.“The Life of Antoninus Pius: Order and Tranquillity.” The Life of Antoninus Pius, 16 Apr. 2008, antoninuspius.blogspot.com/2008/04/order-and-tranquillity.html. Accessed 6 Oct. 2023.“Riley Collection: Roman Emperors: Antoninus Pius.” Vroma.org, vroma.org/vromans/riley/antoninus/index.html. Accessed 6 Oct. 2023.“Roman Emperor Timeline.” Www.worldhistory.org, www.worldhistory.org/timeline/Roman_Emperor/.‌‌

Drawbacks during his time

  • During his time, the Roman Empire was in overall peace
  • The most striking event during his rule was a rebellion in Roman Britain, which was supressed
  • Antoninus's armies contained revolts in Mauratania, Germany, Dacia, and Egypt.
  • Shortly after Antoninus's death, the empire suffered invasion by hostile tribes and civil strife