This is a map showing the Roman Empire at its greatest extent. This was reached in the year 117CE under the emperor Trajan.

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Map of The Roman Empire During New Testament Times. The map shows the Roman Empire during its greatest extent during the time of the Emperor Trajan in 116 AD. He pushed to the Persian Gulf and even Susa wishing to exceed Alexander's empire.

Map of the Roman Empire under the Tetrarchy, showing the dioceses and the four Tetrarchs' zones of influence.

"It's 222 BC and Rome doesn't know it (yet) but there are dark days ahead ." Lengthy but informative article from History Times .

The Ancient Roman Empire in comparison to the modern day map.  2012

Beginning in the eighth century B., Ancient Rome grew from a small town on central Italy's Tiber River into an empire that at its peak encompassed most of continental Europe, Britain, much of western Asia, northern Africa and the Mediterranean islands.

This is a map of the Roman Geography during the Republican Period.

History week Roman Empire- Map of Roman empire c.) - can be used with Story of the World blank map - chapter 34

The Histomap... 4,000 years of world history

How to Map Time: A Visual History of the Timeline

The Histomap, from Cartographies of Time: A Visual History of the Timeline (via Brain Pickings)

Ostia Antica: aerial view showing the typical Roman lay-out: straight lines and structure

Ostia Antica: aerial view showing the typical Roman lay-out: straight lines and structure

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6 Battles that Significantly Affected the Roman Empire

Teach Ancient Rome!

Great site with links to awesome assignments for teaching Ancient Rome Year 1

Currency and the Collapse of the Roman Empire. The Money Project is an ongoing collaboration between Visual Capitalist and Texas Precious Metals that seeks to use intuitive visualizations to explore the origins, nature, and use of money. At its peak, the Roman Empire held up to 130 million people over a span of 1.5 million square miles. Rome had conquered much of the known world. The Empire built 50,000 miles of roads, as well as many aqueducts, amphitheatres, and other works that are still…

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How currency debasement, soaring costs, and overtaxing helped lead to the collapse of Ancient Rome's economy and empire.