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Pax Romana


Pax Romana (Latin for "Roman Peace") was the long period of peacefulness and minimal expansion by the Roman military force experienced by the Roman ...

The Pax Romana [ushistory.org]


6c. The Pax Romana. The term "Pax Romana," which literally means "Roman peace," refers to the time period from 27 B.C.E. to 180 C.E. in the Roman Empire.

Pax Romana - Ancient History Encyclopedia


Dec 8, 2015 ... The Pax Romana (Roman Peace) was a period of relative peace and stability across the Roman Empire which lasted for over 200 years, ...

Pax Romana - UNRV


The Pax Romana, or Roman Peace, is a Latin term referring to the Empire in its glorified prime. From the end of the Republican civil wars, beginning with the ...

Lecture 12: Augustus Caesar and the Pax Romana


Study of Augustus' reforms after his victory at Actium in 31 B.C. and their impact on creating the "Pax Romana."

Pax Romana | Roman history | Britannica.com


Mar 30, 2016 ... Pax Romana, ( Latin: “Roman Peace”) Augustus: statue [Credit: Photos.com/ Jupiterimages] Augustus: statuePhotos.com/Jupiterimagesa state ...

Pax Romana - BrainPOP


History isn't all bloodshed! In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby introduce you to the historical period called the Pax Romana. You'll learn what the phrase ...

Pax Romana | Define Pax Romana at Dictionary.com


Pax Romana definition, the terms of peace imposed by ancient Rome on its dominions. See more.

Pax Romana Definition (Roman Peace) - Ancient/Classical History


Definition: Pax Romana is Latin for "Roman Peace." The Pax Romana lasted from about 27 B.C. (with Augustus) until A.D. 180 -- the death of Marcus Aurelius.

Pax Romana - Ancient Rome for Kids


This was the beginning of the Pax Romana or Roman Peace. This is a very misleading title. There wasn't really peace. Rome continued to expand the empire, ...

Pax Ro·ma·na
[paks roh-mey-nuh, -mah-, pahks; Latin pahks roh-mah-nah]
the terms of peace imposed by ancient Rome on its dominions.
any state of peace imposed by a strong nation on weaker or defeated nations.
an uneasy or hostile peace.
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