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Roman Empire


MISSIO - Roman Empire (Official Music Video)


ROMAN EMPIRE | Educational Video for Kids.


MISSIO - Roman Empire (Lyrics)


National Anthem of Roman Empire (Instrumental)


Yalili yalila (Roman Empire)

The Roman Empire was the post-Republican period of ancient Rome. As a polity it included large territorial holdings around the Mediterranean Sea in Europe, North Africa and West Asia ruled by emperors. From the accession of Caesar Augustus to the military anarchy of the third century, it was a principate with Italy as metropole of the provinces and its city of Rome as sole capital. Although fragmented briefly during the military crisis, the empire was forcibly reassembled, then ruled by multiple emperors who shared rule over the Western Roman Empire and over the Eastern Roman Empire. Rome remained the nominal capital of both parts until 476 AD, when it sent the imperial insignia to Constantinople following the capture of Ravenna by the barbarians of Odoacer and the subsequent deposition of Romulus Augustus. The fall of the Western Roman Empire to Germanic kings, along with the hellenization of the Eastern Roman Empire into the Byzantine Empire, conventionally marks the end of Ancient Rome and the beginning of the Middle Ages.
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  • Country facts 

  • Transition from Republic to Empire 

  • The Pax Romana 

  • Fall in the West and survival in the East 

  • Geography and demography 

  • Languages 

  • Local languages and linguistic legacy 

  • Society 

  • Legal status 

  • Women in Roman law 

  • Slaves and the law 

  • Freedmen 

  • Census rank 

  • Unequal justice 

  • Government and military 

  • Central government 

  • Military 

  • Provincial government 

  • Roman law 

  • Taxation 

  • Economy 

  • Currency and banking 

  • Mining and metallurgy 

  • Transportation and communication 

  • Trade and commodities 

  • Labour and occupations 

  • GDP and income distribution 

  • Architecture and engineering 

  • City and country 

  • Food and dining 

  • Recreation and spectacles 

  • Personal training and play 

  • Clothing 

  • Arts 

  • Portraiture 

  • Sculpture 

  • Sarcophagi 

  • Painting 

  • Mosaic 

  • Decorative arts 

  • Performing arts 

  • Literacy, books, and education 

  • Primary education 

  • Secondary education 

  • Educated women 

  • Shape of literacy 

  • Literature 

  • Religion 

  • Political legacy