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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Roman Empire.
See also changes related to Roman Empire, or pages that link to Roman Empire or to this page or whose text contains "Roman Empire".

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  • Augustus [r]: Founder of the Roman Empire; first emperor. [e]
  • Battle of the Teutoburg Forest [r]: A decisive defeat, in 9 Ad, of Roman forces by a group of Germanic tribes commanded by Arminius [e]
  • Carausius [r]: Roman officer of Gaulish origins who declared himself emperor of a short-lived breakaway empire in Britain and Gaul in the 3rd century. [e]
  • Cunobelinus [r]: British king of the early 1st century AD. [e]
  • Hadrian's Wall [r]: Ancient Roman wall, 118.3 km (73.5 mi) long, across northern England, built during the reign of the emperor Hadrian c. 122–126 and extended by Severus a century later, the wall marked the northern defensive boundary of Roman Britain. [e]
  • Julius Asclepiodotus [r]: A Roman praetorian prefect who served under the emperors Aurelian, Probus and Diocletian and was consul in 292. [e]
  • Julius Caesar [r]: Roman general and politician who conquered Gaul, won a civil war, and was assassinated in 44BC. [e]
  • Pompeii [r]: A Roman city buried by a volcanic eruption A.D. 79. The city is now an important archaeological site. [e]
  • Roman Senate [r]: The main deliberative body of the Roman Republic (founded in 509 B.C.), and its successor, the Roman Empire. [e]
  • Tribune [r]: An official holding one of several governmental offices in the Roman Republic and Empire; only plebeians could become tribunes. [e]

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  • Acclamatio [r]: Public Roman expression of approval or disapproval, pleasure or displeasure, and so on, by loud acclamations. [e]
  • Appian way [r]: An ancient Roman road between Rome and Capua, begun in AD 312 and later extended to Brindisi, with a total length of more than 563 km (350 mi). [e]
  • Christianity [r]: The largest world religion, which centers around the worship of one God, his son Jesus Christ, and his Holy Spirit. [e]
  • Italy [r]: Southern European republic (population c. 58.1 million; capital Rome) that has northern borders with France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia, and coastlines on the Tyrrhenian, Mediterranean, Ionian and Adriatic seas; founding member of the European Union. [e]
  • Papacy [r]: Head of the Roman Catholic Church. [e]
  • Roman Catholic Church [r]: The largest of several Christian churches that holds communion with the Pope in Rome, claiming direct succession from Saint Peter. [e]
  • Rome [r]: The capital city of Italy. [e]