Pax Romana 27 BC - AD 180
Pax Romana is Latin and means Roman Peace.
Pax Romana marks that time period during which the Roman
Empire was at its most secure, a time of general calmness
and orderly administration that existed from 27 BC to AD
Emperor Augustus is credited
with bringing about Pax Romana. After Rome had seen a long
stretch of civil unrest and chaos, Augustus introduced a new
city life and revamped almost every layer of it.
All in all, the rulers during the era of Pax Romana were:
27 BC - AD 14
14 - 37 Tiberius
37 - 41 Caligula
41 - 54
54 - 68
68 - 69 Galba
69 - 79
79 - 81
81 - 96 Domitian
96 - 98 Nerva
98 - 117
117 - 138
138 - 161
161 - 180
Governments of Rome.
Yes, Nero's reign fell into this era, which
reminds us that it was called Roman Peace, not
Pax, by the
way, is also the name of the Roman goddess of peace.
The Divine Almanac.