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Domitian becomes Emperor
  DOMITIAN ERA (81-96)

81 AD - Titus' death and succession.
After just two years as emperor, Titus dies of a fever. He is possibly poisoned by his doctor, Valens, on the orders of his brother, Domitian. The Senate declares Titus to be a god and he is succeeded by Domitian.
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