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4-2 Roman Emperors

Explanation: From the time of Augustus, Rome was ruled by emperors. The manner of their accession to imperial power varied. Some were selected by the Senate, others by the imperial guard, others as a result of revolution, many with the … Continued

Ides of March, Assassination of Julius Caesar

On March 15th, 44 BC the history of Rome changed forever with the assassination of Julius Caesar. But what are the Ides of March, and what exactly happened on that fateful day?

Who Were the Most Legendary Heroes of Ancient Greece and Rome?

Heroes are often associated with bravery and virtue. Those in ancient Greek and Roman history are among the biggest names in heroism.

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Insane Deaths: Roman Emperors

The map below show birthplaces of Roman Emperors from Augustus to Theodosius I. In the third century A.D., more than

illustration of Christa Hook showing a roman army warrior of the 4th century AD

illustration of christa hook showing a roman army warrior of the 4th century AD

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Experience the beauty of Northumberland’s rugged coast, and stunning beaches. Discover vast Roman history as well as the stories behind the coasts’ fortified castles. Visit islands, nature reserves and northern Europe’s largest man-made lake with forest to explore. Indulge in traditional fish and chips and gaze out to sea from traditional coastal towns.
In the year 52 BC, the Roman General Julius Caesar fought the last major battle in the conquest of Gaul. The implications of the battle have reverberated throughout history and can still be felt in the world today. But the real story isn’t the implications of the battle, but how it was won. It was one of the most audacious gambles in military history, and it worked. Learn more about the Battle of Alesia on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.
With a grand view overlooking Llyn Trawsfynydd, Tomen Y Mur is a 2,000 year old Roman Fort site in the county of Gwynedd, North Wales. It’s isolated hilltop location in Snowdonia National Park, coupled with the original large scale development and proximity to the coast mean it was once an important military location for the Romans. #wales #placestovisit #romans #history #ruins #britain #walks
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