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.
With the fall of Roman Empire, there emerged a Germanic regime encompassing most of the Franco-Germanic (more accurately entire central) part of Europe, known as the Holy Roman Empire (not to be confused with Roman Empire). A lot of other regimes rose and fall. Present day there is no direct successor of Roman empire per se. But, we can list ...
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The Roman Empire succeeded the 500 year old Roman Republic (510 BC – 1st century BC) and ruled a large territory between 27 BC – 1453 AD (approximately 5,9 million square kilometers, or 2,3 million square miles). The Roman Empire was divided in the 4th century AD into East and West. The Western Roman Empire fell apart in the 5th century AD.
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Strong Mixed With Weak Nations Will Unite . . . Map of the Ancient Roman Empire The Bible warns the final "Empire" on Earth just before Messiah (Christ) returns will be a "re-united" Roman Empire of strong nations mixed with weak nations ("iron mixed with clay") over which the Antichrist will rise . . .
Can you name the modern countries that were part of the Roman Empire? Test your knowledge on this history quiz to see how you do and compare your score to others. Countries of the Roman Empire Quiz
The Ten Nations and the Roman Empire - Listen • Download • MP3 More Byte Show Interviews... An erroneous prophetic interpretation has been floating around for almost 100 years. That is the notion that the 10 Nations of the image in Daniel chapter 2 and the beast of Revelation chapter 13 will be a revived Roman Empire.
The boundaries drawn in black are an attempt at showing the current day national boundaries in relation to the empire. Below you find a list of nations which were either definitely part of the Roman empire, or possibly so. Also included are some countries which had some frontline outposts in them.
The fall of the Western Roman Empire to barbarian kings, along with the hellenization of the Eastern Roman Empire into the Byzantine Empire, is conventionally used to mark the end of Ancient Rome and the beginning of the Middle Ages.
Geographically, the European Union today rests upon the same terrain where the old Roman Empire was located 2000 years ago as the Bible predicts for this final world kingdom. [ See Map of Old Roman Empire that confirms the EU is located in same geographic territory of western Europe where Roman Empire was located ]