Washington, Pret. Roman emperors faced violent incidents in the early years of their reign and many kings were also killed in a gruesome manner. This has been claimed in a recent study. Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the US say that there is a distinct pattern in the death of Roman emperors in the early period of their reign.
Historical documents, he says, show that 43 (62 percent) of the 69 rulers of the unified Roman Empire were killed violently. Whether it is murder, suicide or murder during war. Historical accounts usually examine each death as a single and sudden event. It contributes to certain factors such as loyalty and wealth.
Foundation of the Roman empire
The foundation of the Roman Empire was laid when Augustus Caesar proclaimed himself the first emperor of Rome in 31 BC. The Roman Empire ended with the fall of Constantinople in 1453. The study published in the journal Palgrave Communication states that it is not known how many years of each emperor’s reign preceded his death.
Researchers trace the period between an emperor’s reign and his death using a frequently used statistical method to test the reliability of practical components. He found similarities in the failure of the constituents and the death of the emperors. Joseph Saleh of the Georgia Institute of Technology stated, ‘The Roman emperors had suffered the greatest risk of violent deaths in the early years of their rule. He stated that the risk of death decreased in the eighth year, but then increased after 12 years of rule. This was due to their fatigue, flaws, and chaos.
When the figure graph was drawn, the line of failure of the Roman emperors looked like a bathtub, commonly seen in mechanical and electrical components. However, the researchers also say that the extent of the data must be understood to arrive at this conclusion, as the snot of ancient history is often not uniform (unstable) and this may also cause different causes of death due to different snot. Can.