Image:LocationRomanEmpire.pngThe extent of the Roman Empire in 133 BC (red), 44 BC (orange - late Republic, conquests by republican generals like Pompey and Julius Caesar), 14 AD (yellow - conquests of Augustus) and 117 AD (green - conquests by later emperors).The territorial extent of the Roman Republic before the conquests of Octavian
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Roman: Imperial

The Roman Empire is the term conventionally used to describe the Ancient Roman society in the centuries following its reorganization under the leadership of Augustus in the late 1st century BC. more...

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After Constantinople had been made capital and the Western parts were lost, the Eastern part continued its existence, in what is currently known as Byzantine Empire.

Roman Empire is also used as translation of the expression, Imperium Romanum, probably the best known Latin expression where the word imperium is used in the meaning of a territory, the "Roman Empire", as that part of the world under Roman rule. The expansion of this Roman territory beyond the borders of the initial city-state of Rome had started long before the state organization turned into an Empire. In its territorial peak after the conquest of Dacia by Trajan, the Roman Empire controlled approximately 5 900 000 km². (2,300,000 sq.mi.) of land surface, thereby being the largest of all empires during the classical antiquity period of European history.

In the centuries before the autocracy of Augustus, Rome (Roman Kingdom and Roman Republic) had already accumulated most of its territory beyond the Italian Peninsula, including former Mediterranean competitors Syracuse and Carthage. In the late Republic, Augustus definitively added Egypt to the Imperium Romanum.


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Postume, Antoninien, Cohen 199Postume, Antoninien, Cohen 199 $91.00 Septime Sévère, Denier, Cohen 791Septime Sévère, Denier, Cohen 791 $152.00
Claude Ii, Antoninien, Cohen 227Claude Ii, Antoninien, Cohen 227 $121.00 Géta, Denier, Cohen 157Géta, Denier, Cohen 157 $152.00
Domitien, Denier, Cohen 260Domitien, Denier, Cohen 260 $152.00 Marc Aurèle, denier, Cohen 110Marc Aurèle, denier, Cohen 110 $228.00
Trajan, Denier, Cohen 154Trajan, Denier, Cohen 154 $228.00 Constantinople, Nummus, Cohen 21Constantinople, Nummus, Cohen 21 $152.00
Philippe Ier, Antoninien, Cohen 55Philippe Ier, Antoninien, Cohen 55 $76.00 Gordien Iii, Antoninien, Cohen 173Gordien Iii, Antoninien, Cohen 173 $99.00
Constantin Ier, Nummus, Cohen 254Constantin Ier, Nummus, Cohen 254 $91.00 Constance Ii, nummus, Cohen 167Constance Ii, nummus, Cohen 167 $114.00
Hadrien, Denier, Cohen 115Hadrien, Denier, Cohen 115 $182.00 Quintillus, Antoninien, Cohen 52Quintillus, Antoninien, Cohen 52 $114.00
Alexandre Sévère, Denier, Cohen 92Alexandre Sévère, Denier, Cohen 92 $121.00 Antonin le Pieux, Denier, Cohen 59Antonin le Pieux, Denier, Cohen 59 $205.00
Tétricus Ier, Antoninien, Cohen 95Tétricus Ier, Antoninien, Cohen 95 $53.00 Julia Domna, Denier, Cohen 32Julia Domna, Denier, Cohen 32 $175.00
Vespasien, Denier, Cohen 226Vespasien, Denier, Cohen 226 $380.00
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