This website aims to provide biographical and historical information about Roman emperors in both the East and the West from Augustus through Constantine XI Palaeologus. An ongoing project about half completed as of January 2000: http://www.roman-emperors.org/ 1
Editorial Board Director (Praeses Senior): Richard D. Weigel; System Administrator: G. Ginty.
Site Sponsor: Salve Regina University (Newport, RI).
Audience: Students of ancient history at all levels.
Peer review: Individual contributions are vetted by six regular staffers and an editorial board composed of twenty-one scholars in the United States and one each in Australia, Canada, and Germany.
Availability and Permanence: No indication of site's permanence. E-mail contact link provided for the site, and "all queries and suggestions" are directed to Richard D. Weigel (e-mail link).
Publication date: site copyright July 1996; essay authors hold copyright to their individual articles (year of copyright and exact date of most recent updating indicated).
Reviewer: James P. Holoka, Foreign Language Department, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI 48197; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Review date: 21 January 2000.
The expressed purpose of De Imperatoribus Romanis is "to supply detailed information of a high