Flavian dynasty

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Noun1.Flavian dynasty - a dynasty of Roman Emperors from 69 to 96 including Vespasian and his sons Titus and Domitian
dynasty - a sequence of powerful leaders in the same family
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Still incomplete when he lost his grip on power four years later, the palace's dismantling began as soon as Rome regained political stability under the Flavian dynasty.
He was believed to come from humble beginnings and founded the short-lived Flavian dynasty after the civil wars that followed Nero's death in 68 AD.
He finds that there was more innovation than has previously been allowed, that a conscious effort was made to emphasize Vespasian's adherence to the model for a good emperor provided by Augustus, and that there was a consistent, reassuring emphasis on the Flavian dynasty, in the person of Vespasian's sons Titus and Domitian.
Built in the Flavian Dynasty, around the same period as the Coliseum in Rome, Chester's amphitheatre is a Class A Ancient Monument owned by English Heritage and managed by Cheshire West and Chester Council.