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This map depicts the deployment of Rome's legions when Rome's first emperor, Augustus, died in 14 AD. Augustus and his successors distributed the Roman army along the frontier, ensuring that no single general had command of more than a small fraction of Rome's troops at any one time. And emperors reduced the soldiers' dependence on their commanders by paying them salaries from the imperial treasury.

40 maps that explain the Roman Empire

This map depicts the deployment of Rome's legions when Rome's first emperor, Augustus, died in 14 AD. Augustus and his successors distributed the Roman army along the frontier, ensuring that no single general had command of more than a small fraction of Rome's troops at any one time. And emperors reduced the soldiers' dependence on their commanders by paying them salaries from the imperial treasury.

Ancient Rome, Greece Empire Map Labeled | And any discussion of the Roman Empire would be incomplete without ...

Ancient Rome, Greece Empire Map Labeled | And any discussion of the Roman Empire would be incomplete without ...

Map of the Roman Empire in 180 AD. This is towards the end of the "Pax Romana"( Roman Peace).

Map of the Roman Empire in 180 AD. This is towards the end of the "Pax Romana"( Roman Peace).

The Roman Empire  Many of Europe's languages and institutions date back more or less linearally to the Roman Empire. This map (see 39 more Rome maps here) shows the empire at its greatest extent under Trajan in 117 A.D. Rome ruled substantial portions of North Africa and the Levant that today would be considered non-European, while excluding most of Germany, the Nordic countries, and most of central and eastern Europe

38 maps that explain Europe

The Roman Empire Many of Europe's languages and institutions date back more or less linearally to the Roman Empire. This map (see 39 more Rome maps here) shows the empire at its greatest extent under Trajan in 117 A.D. Rome ruled substantial portions of North Africa and the Levant that today would be considered non-European, while excluding most of Germany, the Nordic countries, and most of central and eastern Europe

It is clear that the formation of a Pictish nation that united the peoples of Scotland was due to the arrival of the Romans.

It is clear that the formation of a Pictish nation that united the peoples of Scotland was due to the arrival of the Romans.

Holy Roman Empire. The Holy Roman Empire was a multi-ethnic complex of territories in central Europe that developed during the Middle Ages and continued until its dissolution in 1806.

Holy Roman Empire. The Holy Roman Empire was a multi-ethnic complex of territories in central Europe that developed during the Middle Ages and continued until its dissolution in 1806.

The Roman Empire at its Greatest Extent - A Political Map of Rome’s Provinces And Its Surrounding Areas .

The Roman Empire at its Greatest Extent - A Political Map of Rome’s Provinces And Its Surrounding Areas .

Roman Invasion Britain Timeline | Roman invasion of Britain - Map of operations 43-84AD

Roman Invasion of Britain

Roman Invasion Britain Timeline | Roman invasion of Britain - Map of operations 43-84AD

ROMAN EMPIRE: animated MAP shows RISE & FALL of Rome (via vox.com 5942585 2014-08-19) • 500BC Rome was city-state • by 27BC it was the EU/M.E./N African Empire • 700 years of Empire split E/W, W destroyed by Germanic tribes by 476AD, though E Constantinople remained for centuries longer...

40 maps that explain the Roman Empire

ROMAN EMPIRE: animated MAP shows RISE & FALL of Rome (via vox.com 5942585 2014-08-19) • 500BC Rome was city-state • by 27BC it was the EU/M.E./N African Empire • 700 years of Empire split E/W, W destroyed by Germanic tribes by 476AD, though E Constantinople remained for centuries longer...

Europe, 1500 |  The (oxymoron) Holy Roman Empire = REICH I  |▶ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/349803096036720623/   |▶ Teutonic Order (1253 AD) ✠ & Prussia ✠  |▶ "German Empire" (Prussia) first German Unification (1871-1918) = 1/3  POLAND Partitions ! = REICH II => WW I ✠  |▶  REICH III 卐 => WW II, FRG/GDR, wall || REICH IV ? = BRD+GDR 2nd unification after fall of the wall by POLANDs fight for freedom !! THINK EU !! http://familypedia.wikia.com/wiki/House_of_Hohenzollern  ⇆  | ✍ 151114,1629

Europe, 1500 | The (oxymoron) Holy Roman Empire = REICH I |▶ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/349803096036720623/ |▶ Teutonic Order (1253 AD) ✠ & Prussia ✠ |▶ "German Empire" (Prussia) first German Unification (1871-1918) = 1/3 POLAND Partitions ! = REICH II => WW I ✠ |▶ REICH III 卐 => WW II, FRG/GDR, wall || REICH IV ? = BRD+GDR 2nd unification after fall of the wall by POLANDs fight for freedom !! THINK EU !! http://familypedia.wikia.com/wiki/House_of_Hohenzollern ⇆ | ✍ 151114,1629