Calígula - As loucuras de um imperador

Calígula - As loucuras de um imperador

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

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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

Caligula (Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus), 12-41 AD Roman Emperor, as a Young Man

Caligula (Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus), 12-41 AD Roman Emperor, as a Young Man

El Muro de Adriano, frontera romana en Britania

El Muro de Adriano, frontera romana en Britania

Vespasian. Marble. Ca. 80 CE. Inv. No. s.n. Naples, National Archaeological Museum. (Photo by I. Sh.).

Vespasian. Marble. Ca. 80 CE. Inv. No. s.n. Naples, National Archaeological Museum. (Photo by I. Sh.).

”There were 46 provinces under Trajan, a figure that would grow to 96 by the reign of Diocletian (285-305). In Trajan's time, provinces in the interior of the country were run by governors chosen by the Senate, a legislative body run by leading aristocrats. In contrast, border provinces were run by governors named directly by the emperor.”

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”There were 46 provinces under Trajan, a figure that would grow to 96 by the reign of Diocletian (285-305). In Trajan's time, provinces in the interior of the country were run by governors chosen by the Senate, a legislative body run by leading aristocrats. In contrast, border provinces were run by governors named directly by the emperor.”

Marcus Aurelius. Roman Emperor.

Marcus Aurelius. Roman Emperor.

King Pepin III, son of Charles Martel and father of Charlemagne, was the first King of the Franks. While his rule was not as great as either his father's or son's, he played an integral role in the foundation of the Holy Roman Empire and began the work of subduing the Saxons, which was taken up and finished by his son Charlemagne.

King Pepin III, son of Charles Martel and father of Charlemagne, was the first King of the Franks. While his rule was not as great as either his father's or son's, he played an integral role in the foundation of the Holy Roman Empire and began the work of subduing the Saxons, which was taken up and finished by his son Charlemagne.

Santo de hoy - Sixto I, Santo VII Papa (+128 dC) 06/04  Martirologio Romano: En Roma, san Sixto I, papa, que en tiempo del emperador Adriano rigió la Iglesia Romana, siendo el sexto tras el bienaventurado Pedro (128). Etimológicamente: Sixto = Aquel que es listo, es de origen griego. Breve Biografía El Papa San ...

Santo de hoy - Sixto I, Santo VII Papa (+128 dC) 06/04 Martirologio Romano: En Roma, san Sixto I, papa, que en tiempo del emperador Adriano rigió la Iglesia Romana, siendo el sexto tras el bienaventurado Pedro (128). Etimológicamente: Sixto = Aquel que es listo, es de origen griego. Breve Biografía El Papa San ...

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