Study Proves Statistical Probability of Violent Death for Roman Emperors

In December 2019 Ancient Origins reported that Dr. Joseph Saleh, an aerospace engineer at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States, had published a study in the online journal Nature about the lifespans of the many Roman emperors. Read moreSection: NewsHistory & ArchaeologyRead Later 

Study Proves Statistical Probability of Violent Death for Roman Emperors
The assassination of Julius Caesar by William Holmes Sullivan (1836-1908).	Source: Public Domain

In December 2019 Ancient Origins reported that Dr. Joseph Saleh, an aerospace engineer at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States, had published a study in the online journal Nature about the lifespans of the many Roman emperors.