Roman Empire (disambiguation)


Roman Empire (disambiguation)

Roman Empire usually refers to the government centered in Rome and in its successor capitals on the Italian peninsula from 27 BC to 395 AD.

Roman Empire may also refer to:

*Roman Republic (6th century-1st century BC)
*Eastern Roman Empire (330-1453), also known as the Byzantine Empire
*Western Roman Empire (286-476)
*Holy Roman Empire (962–1806)
*"Roman's Empire", a comedy television show on BBC Two
*"The Fall of the Roman Empire" (film), a 1964 epic film by Paramount Pictures

ee also

*Ancient Rome
*Decline of the Roman Empire


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