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The Roman Empire was the post-Roman Republic period of the ancient Roman civilization, characterized by government headed by emperors and large ...

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Roman Britain was the area of the island of Great Britain that was governed by the Roman ..... During the Roman period Britain's continental trade was principally directed across the Southern North Sea and Eastern Channel, focusing on the ...

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To the Romans, the Greek civilization was a source of inspiration and as Athens prospered under the Emperor Hadrian, Rome prospered from the ideas of the ...

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Ancient Egypt: Graeco-Roman Period - the rule of the Macedonian kings, the Ptolemaic Period and the Roman Period.

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The Graeco-Roman Period (332 BC -395 AD) marks the end of Persian rule over Egypt. The Persians (who came from what is now Iran) were defeated by the ...

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Greece Roman period. The Macedonian Empire, due to the constant warfare among the several autonomous kingdoms, was made vulnerable. At the same time, ...

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Jul 17, 2015 ... When the Macedonian conqueror Alexander the Great entered Egypt, he was welcomed as the son of the god Amun and he was immediately ...

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The Greco-Roman Period of Egyptian history comprises two distinct parts: the Ptolemaic Dynasty which starts with the conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great ...

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The first Roman invasion of the lands we now call the British Isles took place in 55 B.C. under war leader Julius Caesar, who returned one year later, but these ...

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The Roman period. Roman history falls naturally into two parts. The city of Rome became an independent republic in 509.