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Emperor Titus was the first emperor to succeed his biological father on the imperial throne. He is considered to be one of the few good emperors. His short reign is best remembered for the opening of the Flavian Amphitheater(Colosseum) in Rome and the eruption on Mount. Vesuvius which lead the devastation of the bay of Naples.
Annals and Histories - (Tacitus)
The Twelve Caesars - (Suetonius)
Dio's Roman history - (Cassius Dio)
69 AD: The Year of Four Emperors - (Gwyn Morgan)
The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome - (Chris Scarre):
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Historian, T. S. (2020, April 27). Life of Emperor Titus #10 - The Good Emperor, Roman History Documentary Series. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/video/2013/
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