Rome History of the greatest empire & The emperor's from the beginning until the last one

Rome History of the greatest empire & The emperor's from the beginning until the last one

by Alan MOUHLI

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Rome is the capital of Italy since 1871. Located in the central west of the Italian peninsula, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, it is also the capital of the province of Rome

Lazio Region, and was that of the Roman Empire for several centuries. In 2014, it has 2,869,461 inhabitants established on 1 285 km², making it the most populous municipality in Italy and the largest in Europe after London and Moscow Its urban area, which counts 4,321,244 inhabitants in 2013,

however, is less important than that of Milan and Naples it has also the distinction of containing a landlocked state in its territory: The Vatican (Vatican City), the Pope is the sovereign.

The Roman Empire is the name given by historians to the ancient Roman Empire between 27 BC. AD and 476 AD. AD; for the period from 476 AD. AD to 1453 AD.

AD (which concerns mainly the eastern part of the empire, with its capital in Constantinople) historians speak of Byzantine Empire, the distinction between Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire and the date assigned to it, as a matter of convention among modern historians During the five centuries from 27 BC. AD to 476 AD.

BC, the Roman state has grown to encompass a territory from Mauretania Tingitane (Morocco) to Mesopotamia, and Britannie (England) to Egypt, creating and one of the largest political entities of history, which profoundly influenced the Mediterranean world, cultural, linguistic and religious finally, while ensuring the conservation of the ancient Greek civilization inherited.

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BN ID: 2940158474668
Publisher: Alan MOUHLI
Publication date: 05/04/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
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