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Roman Empire

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1. When Julius Caesar died, he left today's equivalent of about $270 to each and every Roman citizen.

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Material: Polyester Cotton (Click to view material introduction) Avezano backdrop is professional for polyester cotton backdrop making! Backdrops are all computer-printed anti-wrinkle polyester-cotton fabrics and are portable, durable and can be saved to use for your next shoots. Ideal for photography enthusiasts, photography studios, personal, friends or family photos. Features: Backdrops can be folded and ironed, save room for storage. Both washer and dryer safe. So cleaning would be easy…

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1. The Roman Emperor Valentinian got so mad at Quadi envoys who blamed the Romans for a recent war between the two that he burst a blood vessel in his skull and died while yelling at them. #roman #emperor #monarch #valentinian #war #saturnalia #master #slave #commodus #fight #battle #history #factrepublic #wtffact #knowledge #funfact #january

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The Roman Empire’s rise and fall, its culture and economy, and how it laid the foundations of the modern world.

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This sturdy 24x36" wallchart includes a Timeline of the Roman Empire and a family tree of Roman emperors from Augustus Caesar (27 BCE) to Justinian the Great (565 CE), color-coded by dynasty. Also listed are the kings of Italy from the fall of the Western Empire to Charlemagne (774 CE) and the remaining Byzantine emperors from Justinian the Great to the fall of Constantinople (1453 CE). Maps include the Roman Republic in 44 BCE, the Roman Empire at its height in 117 CE, and the Divided…

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The Roman Empire was rather stable until 235 AD and most Emperors remained in power for quite some time. But what about 235 to 306 AD?

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