Roman Empire 200 BCE

The city of Rome has, through tough fighting and wise diplomacy, become the leading power in the western Mediterranean.

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Having expelled its Etruscan kings and become a republic around the year 510 BCE, Rome went to to become the dominant city of the Latin League - a group of Latin-speaking cities in central Italy. In around 390 BCE, ...

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The Gallic raid left Rome weakened, and her prestige diminished. Other Latin towns sought to displace Rome as their leader. It took Rome a generation of hard fighting to recover her leadership. In overcoming her Latin ...

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The Roman alliance system gave Rome the leadership of an expanding Confederacy of cities throughout the Italian peninsula. These would remain largely loyal to her, sometimes in very challenging circumstances. It was ...

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The Carthaginians responded to their defeat in the First Punic War by building up an empire in Spain. This was largely the work of one family, the Barcids, who were especially bitter enemies of the Romans. By 220 BCE ...

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The city of Rome has extended her power throughout the Mediterranean.

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Roman power continues to expand, but civil war and political turmoil have become the order of the day.

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After conquering Gaul, Julius Caesar turned his armies on Rome and, after yet another civil war, made himself master of the Roman world. Then, on the 15th March, 44 BCE, he was assassinated by some of his enemies. ...

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The Roman empire has given two centuries of peace to the Mediterranean world.

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After 225 CE, numerous major barbarian invasions triggered fifty years of grave troubles for the Roman world. Rebellions and mutinies destabilised the empire, most emperors had brief reigns and met violent ends, and one ...

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The empire survived the crisis of the third century - but only just. It did so thanks to the efforts of a succession of soldier-emperors of humble birth. These emperors united the empire and fought back the barbarians. ...

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The Roman Empire is divided into a Western and an Eastern half.

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The city of Rome itself was sacked in 410, sending a shockwave around the empire.

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The Huns attack the Roman empire.

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The last Roman emperor of the West has been deposed, marking the final end to Roman rule here.

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