History of The Roman Empire

The broader history of the Roman Empire is the period after the Roman Republic. It extends through 16 centuries and includes several stages in the evolution of the Roman state. It encompasses the period of the ancient Roman Empire, the period in which it was divided into western and eastern halves, and the history of the Eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire that continued through the Middle Ages and to the beginning of the Modern Era.

Read more about History Of The Roman Empire27 BC–AD 14: Augustus, 14–68: Julio-Claudian Dynasty, 68–69: Year of The Four Emperors, 69–96: Flavian Dynasty, 96–180: Five Good Emperors, 193–235: Severan Dynasty, 235–284: Crisis of The Third Century, 284–301: Diocletian and The Tetrarchy, 395–476: Decline of The Western Roman Empire

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