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Animated History of the Roman Empire 510 BC - 1453 AD

Territorial Evolution of the Roman Empire from the earliest days of the Roman Republic through to the collapse of the Byzantine Empire. Based on maps from Wi...

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this video just shows the changes and growth of the roman empire

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Pellicula de magnitudine imperii Romani

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THE ROMAN EMPIRE: Rise of the Empire 1 / 8

ENTIRE PLAYLIST https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31AOmv6Uv0M&list=PLbyAKmZZkEEbe27JbRHTplYiP4RZieoms (I added a video to a @YouTube playlist http://t.co/rzpAwqojEw THE ROMAN EMPIRE: Rise of the Empire...
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this youtube video includes the complete rise of the roman empire and its an 8 part seires its well animated and detaied

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Archaeologists uncover secrets of Portus, once gateway to Rome

Archaeologists uncover secrets of Portus, once gateway to Rome | Roman Empire | Scoop.it
University of Southampton team finds evidence explaining why opulent Roman empire port was dismantled in 6th century (Archaeologists uncover secrets of Portus, once gateway to Rome http://t.co/VvRDg6EmxC)...
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This artilce is mostly about archeologist finding evidence of portus a sea port when at its peak it was holding about 35o ships

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The 10 Best Practical Places to Explore Ancient Rome - Huffington Post (blog)

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The 10 Best Practical Places to Explore Ancient Rome
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The legacy of the Roman Empire can be found in far more places than you might imagine.
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this is intresting because it describes the ten most practicle locations for one to explore in ancient roman empire

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The Église de la Sainte-Trinité~Roman Catholic church of Paris~Built of the Second Empire period between 1861 and 1867 Stunning reorganization of Paris under Baron Haussmann (Under Napoleon III)
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i found this picture intresting because it can tell us alot about the romans and how they really belived in religion it could also show the economy and how it was prospering by the size of this church 

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Digital Map of the Roman Empire | The Classics Library

Digital Map of the Roman Empire | The Classics Library | Roman Empire | Scoop.it
Digital Map of the Roman Empire. By Stephen Jenkin On October 25, 2013 · Comments. Many will find this useful. It's being developed as part of the Pelagios Project, and expanded all the time. Clear, easy-to-use, can only get better.
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This i found intresting because it is a digital representation of the roman empire so it makes it easier for people to view the greatnes of the roman empire

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tib045.jpg (1240x1643 pixels)

tib045.jpg (1240x1643 pixels) | Roman Empire | Scoop.it
RT @NadineLumley: Hmmm, how apropos... @pmHarper bears a likeness to the dirty old man Tiberius http://t.co/LaShrk0eGv #cdnpoli Roman Empir…
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although this is just an image i  can see how skilled the artisans where because of the detail in the statue

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American scholar claims Romans made up the character of Jesus - IrishCentral

American scholar claims Romans made up the character of Jesus - IrishCentral | Roman Empire | Scoop.it
IrishCentral American scholar claims Romans made up the character of Jesus IrishCentral Atwill asserts that Christianity did not really begin as a religion, but a sophisticated government project, a kind of propaganda exercise used to pacify the...
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i found this article intresting because it talks about how romans invented the charcter of jesus and used it as propaganda

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The Differences Between The Roman Empire and The Byzantine Empire

The Byzantine Empire or Eastern Roman Empire was the Roman Empire during the Middle Ages, centered on the capital of Constantinople, and ruled by emperors in...
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this video tallks about the roman empire in the east and how it was ruled diffrently than the major roman empire.

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Chichester stone could be head of Emperor Nero

Chichester stone could be head of Emperor Nero | Roman Empire | Scoop.it
A stone head found in a flower bed in a Hampshire vicarage garden could represent Nero, the rarely-glimpsed Emperor whose first century rule over the Roman Empire began when he was a 14-year-old.

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I read this artile and i found it intresting how archeologist can use 3d scans to determine if this artifact is the head thst belonged to a roman emperor

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IdeaFestival presenter asks, Is America the new Rome? - Business First of Louisville (blog)

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IdeaFestival presenter asks, Is America the new Rome?
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Murphy pointed out the similarities between the two greatest world powers of their days.
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It m ight be possible that America could be the new Rome, and if it is will we end up like the Roman Empire

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Roman Empire and ancient Greek coins value - Coin Community ...

Roman Empire and ancient Greek coins value - Coin Community ... | Roman Empire | Scoop.it
General Numismatic Discussion Forums (Non Country Specific) · Identification: Unidentified Coins, Medals, and Tokens, To participate in the forum you must log in or register. Roman Empire and ancient Greek coins value ...
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these images are intresting because they are ancient romans coins and they are pretty well preserved

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Archaeologists recreate ancient site - Indiana Daily Student

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Archaeologists recreate ancient site
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When they started the project, Frischer said it typically cost more than $10,000 just to make a digital 3-D model of a statue. There are more than 150 statues on the virtual site.
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Non Agitare: Roman Ruins HD Is Your Guide To The Empire - Cult of Mac

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Non Agitare: Roman Ruins HD Is Your Guide To The Empire
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If you're a fan of ancient Rome — and who isn't? — but can't justify the expense to actually go and look at its old buildings, you might want to have a look at Roman Ruins HD.
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this article is how they where able to make the roman ruins into an hd guide of the empire

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ORBIS reveals the true shape of the Roman empire

ORBIS reveals the true shape of the Roman empire | Roman Empire | Scoop.it

Spanning one-ninth of the earth's circumference across three continents, the Roman Empire ruled a quarter of humanity through complex networks of political power, military domination and economic exchange. These extensive connections were sustained by premodern transportation and communication technologies that relied on energy generated by human and animal bodies, winds, and currents.

Conventional maps that represent this world as it appears from space signally fail to capture the severe environmental constraints that governed the flows of people, goods and information. Cost, rather than distance, is the principal determinant of connectivity.

For the first time, ORBIS allows us to express Roman communication costs in terms of both time and expense. By simulating movement along the principal routes of the Roman road network, the main navigable rivers, and hundreds of sea routes in the Mediterranean, Black Sea and coastal Atlantic, this interactive model reconstructs the duration and financial cost of travel in antiquity.


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i found what orbis had to say fairly intresting because i have used orbis before and their road system is pretty accurate of the roman empire in my opinion

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Alessa's Adversaria: The Fall Of The Roman Empire

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Continuing on my history track, after the decline of the Roman Empire, came its fall. The decline of Rome was the natural and inevitable effect of immoderate greatness. Prosperity ripened the principle of decay; the cause of ...
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this article talks about how the roman empire fell and shows an image of how it expanded

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The man behind the emperor: major Augustus exhibit opens in Rome - Raw Story

The man behind the emperor: major Augustus exhibit opens in Rome - Raw Story | Roman Empire | Scoop.it
Raw Story The man behind the emperor: major Augustus exhibit opens in Rome Raw Story The show marks 2,000 years since the death of the founder of the Roman Empire and the man most associated with the “Pax Romana”, a period of immense architectural...
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this is cool how they are making a whole museum for augustus the first emperor and basicly depicts romes begining

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Animated History of the Roman Empire 510 BC - 1453 AD

Territorial Evolution of the Roman Empire from the earliest days of the Roman Republic through to the collapse of the Byzantine Empire. Based on maps from Wi...

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this video just shows the changes and growth of the roman empire

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Pellicula de magnitudine imperii Romani

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Good Guy Roman Empire : AdviceAnimals

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reddit: the front page of the internet (Good Guy Roman Empire...Govt shut down 560 years ago, but still allows tourists to visit monuments..
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this is just an intresting picture because it is refering to the government shutdown and making fun of it because tourist aren't allowed to visit

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This is just a picture that describes how roman soldiers dressed i liked it because a picture is worth a thousand words

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Income inequality in the Roman Empire - Per Square Mile

Income inequality in the Roman Empire - Per Square Mile | Roman Empire | Scoop.it
Over the last 30 years, wealth in the United States has been steadily concentrating in the upper economic echelons. Whereas the top 1 percent used to control a little over 30 percent of the wealth, they now control 40 percent.
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The Roman empire had better distribution of wealth than the us has today

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