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Romans in Slovakia

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Preparation for EU Rome Summit 'pathetic': Slovak PM

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Devin slovakia castle pt.2 Roman Settlements http://cheapthermalpaper.com/

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History lesson for Slovaks and Romans - Who are bozgors, eh?

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Slovakia was partly occupied by Roman legions for a short period of time. Marcomannia was a proposed province of the Roman Empire that Emperor Marcus Aurelius planned to establish in this territory. It was inhabited by the Germanic tribes of Marcomanni and Quadi, and lay in the western parts of the modern states and Slovakia and the Czech Republic (Moravia). Part of the area was occupied by the Romans under Marcus Aurelius between 174 AD and 180 AD. His successors abandoned the project, but the people of the area became steadily Romanized during the next two centuries. The Roman influence was disrupted with the invasions of Attila starting around 434 AD and as Slavic people later began to move into the area.
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