Flavia Titiana was briefly the Empress of Rome in 193 AD, or, "the year of five emperors." She was the wife of Emperor Pertinax.
|Full Name||Flavia Titiana|
|Who||Empress of Rome|
|Birth Date||135 AD|
|Death Date||sometime after 194 AD|
|Father||Titus Flavius Claudius Sulpicianus|
Publio Elvio Pertinace
Titiana was the wife of Pertinax, a self-made military man who later became Emperor of Rome for a short time. His newfound power, however, made her a widow, as he was assassinated by members of his guard after an 83-day reign. She and her children were not harmed.
Rome, Italy - Likely lived most of life here. Ruled as empress here, 193 AD.