Map of the Roman Empire

Gladiator at the Colosseum

Map of the Roman Empire

  • Map, History, Facts and information
  • Map of Roman Empire after the First Century AD
  • Map showing countries after the first century - The Roman Empire c395AD
  • Map of the Roman Empire- Growth of the Roman Empire
  • Map of conquests
  • Ancient history, map, facts and interesting information
 

Map of the Roman Empire


History, Facts and Information about Map of the Roman Empire

The history of Rome is that of a city which originally had only a few miles of territory, and gradually extended its dominions at first over Italy and then over the civilized world. The following map of the countries that were once part of Roman Empire c395AD. Every single country surrounding the Mediterranean Sea was ruled by the Romans. The content of this article provides interesting history, facts and information about life in Ancient Rome including Map of the Roman Empire.

Map of the Roman Empire 

Map of Roman Empire after the First Century AD
The above map of roman empire after the first century AD illustrates the amazing conquests of the Ancient Roman Empire. When the countries that were once part of Roman Empire c395AD are listed, as shown in the table below, their achievements are even more appreciated.
 

Countries after the first century - The Roman Empire c395AD

Portugal
Spain
Andorra
Britain
France
Monaco
Luxembourg
Belgium
Netherlands
Germany
Bulgaria
Greece
 
Switzerland
Liechtenstein
Italy
Malta
Austria
Slovenia
Croatia
Bosnia Herzegovina
Hungary
Yugoslavia
Albania
Romania
 
Turkey
Syria
Iraq
Cyprus
Lebanon
Jordan
Israel
Egypt
Libya
Tunisia
Algeria
Morocco

Countries after the first century - The Roman Empire c395AD

Map of the Roman Empire
The above Map of the Roman Empire illustrates just how massive the Roman Empire was.  The capital of the Rome Empire was in in Rome, which was ruled by an Emperor. Rome was at first only a small fortification; under the kings and the republic, it greatly increased in size; but it could hardly be called magnificent before the time of Augustus Caesar. The first Emperor of Rome was Augustus Caesar, from the year 27 BC. Rome had initially been ruled by ancient kings but then became a Republic ruled by a Council.

Map of the Roman Empire- Growth of the Roman Empire
As seen by the above map of the Roman Empire the lands and the countries encompassed were massive. Eventually the Empire was split into two - the Western Empire and the Eastern Empire, which each had its own Emperor. The last Western Roman Emperor, Romulus Augustulus, resigned in 476 A.D but the Eastern Roman Empire would last another 1,000 years as the Byzantine Empire controlling the countries in the east. For additional information about the Romans click the following link:

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Map of the Roman Empire
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Map of the Roman Empire

  • Map, History, Facts and information
  • Map of Roman Empire after the First Century AD
  • Map showing countries after the first century - The Roman Empire c395AD
  • Map of the Roman Empire- Growth of the Roman Empire
  • Map of conquests
  • Ancient history, map, facts and interesting information

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