Who Were the Flavian Emperors? (8 Facts)

The Flavian Emperors ruled Rome for only 27 years, but the impact of their brief dynasty stretched far beyond their reign.

Mar 31, 2021By Susan Masten, MA Anthropology, BA Biblical Archaeology
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By Susan MastenMA Anthropology, BA Biblical ArchaeologySusan is a contributing author who specializes in the archaeology of the Mediterranean and the ancient Near East. She holds a M.A. in Anthropology from George Washington University and a B.A. in Biblical Archaeology from Wheaton College. She has worked with museum collections from around the world including the Smithsonian, the Israel Antiquities Authority, Hebrew University, and the Field Museum. Her main fields of interest include Greco-Roman history and archaeology, the archaeology of Israel, and museum anthropology. In her spare time, she enjoys rock climbing, watching cultural documentaries, and walking her dog, Apollo.