Category:Roman Empire

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Roman Empire 
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period of Imperial Rome following the Roman Republic (27 BC–395 AD)
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Instance ofempire (27 BCE, 476),
historical country
Part ofancient Rome
LocationRoman Empire
Capital
Basic form of government
Legislative body
  • Senate of the Roman Empire
Official language
Currency
Start time27 BC
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Inception27 BC
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End time476
Dissolved, abolished or demolished1453
Population
  • 56,800,000 (24 BCE)
Area
  • 4,790,000 square kilometre (117)
  • 4,250,000 square kilometre (161)
Follows
Followed by
Authority control
Wikidata

41° 54′ 00″ N, 12° 30′ 00″ E

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The Roman Empire was the phase of the ancient Roman civilization characterized by an autocratic form of government. It succeeded the 500 year-old Roman Republic. The Latin term Imperium Romanum ("Roman Empire"), probably the best-known Latin expression where the word "imperium" denotes a territory, indicating the part of the world under Roman authority. Theodosius the Great who died in 395 AD, was the last emperor ruling over the whole Empire. After his death the empire was re-divided into the Eastern Roman Empire and Western Roman Empire for the last time. The Western Roman Empire collapsed in 476 as Romulus Augustus was forced to abdicate by Odoacer. The Eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire endured until 1453 with the death of Constantine XI and the capture of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks led by Mehmed II.

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