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While there are now no direct successor states to the Roman Empire, culturally all of Europe,North and South America, and many other parts of the world, those we would call “Western” in culture and values are successor states to the Roman Empire, for the civilization of the modern western world is inconceivable and would be vastly different ...

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The Roman Empire as a whole spanned hundreds of years, and territorial boundaries shifted during that time. Not all countries that are listed were held by Rome during the entirety of the empire, but all were occupied for at least some amount of time.

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Roman Empire names of modern day countries. ... The Delmatae tribe after which it's named lived entirely within the borders of modern Croatia. After Dalmatia became a Roman province, it did encompass the entire coast for a while, but its most important city was Salona, at the site of modern Split, the second-largest city in Croatia and capital ...

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The principal modern day nations of the Roman Empire are in bold print. Other countries which only saw some form of Roman occupation, or of whose effective membership of the empire I am unsure of, are listed in normal print.

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The Ottoman Empire centered on modern day Turkey, dominated the eastern Mediterranean, overthrew the Byzantine Empire to claim Constantinople and it would start battering at Austria and Malta, which were countries that were key to central and to south-west Europe respectively — mainly for their geographical location.

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Let it be your work, Roman, to rule the peoples with your power - these shall be your arts: to impose the habit of peace, to spare the conquered and put down the proud. Questions. 1. It has been estimated that during the Roman Empire a person on a horse could travel about 50 miles a day.

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The Roman Empire covered the following modern day countries or parts of modern countries: Western Europe: Italy, Malta, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland south of the river ...

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The Eastern Roman Empire, known as Byzantine Empire after emperor Constantine, collapsed with the conquest of Constantinople (modern Istanbul) by the Ottomans in the 15th century AD. The Romans knew the importance of Asia Minor because it formed a natural land-bridge between East and West in terms of trade routes , culture , agriculture and ...

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The Roman empire was not located in a single country, it was made up of several modern day countries. It encompassed most of Europe and Britain, Africa and the Mideast. It's capitol was at first ...

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