File:Theodosius I's empire.png

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English: Map of the boundaries of the western and eastern Roman empires after the death of Theodosius I, in 395 AD.
   Western Roman Empire
   Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire
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Source Made personally from Image:BlankMap-Europe-v3.png, using (2004). The Collins Atlas of World History. Wiltshire: HarperCollins, 46-47. 0-00-716640-0. and Image:Roman empire 395.jpg as a source.
Author Geuiwogbil at en.wikipedia

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  • 2006-10-17 01:53 Geuiwogbil 563×406× (54595 bytes) Map of the boundaries of the western and eastern Roman empires after the death of Theodosius I, in 395 AD. {{legend|#B53636|Eastern Roman Empire}} {{legend|#8F36B5|Western Roman Empire}} Made personally from blankmap Europe v3, using (2004). The Collins A

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current17:15, 24 May 2013Thumbnail for version as of 17:15, 24 May 2013563 × 406 (24 KB)Giorgi Balakhadze (talk | contribs)Edited Turkery-Syria Turkery-Iraq borders.
10:32, 16 July 2007Thumbnail for version as of 10:32, 16 July 2007563 × 406 (11 KB)Nihad Hamzic (talk | contribs)Greatly reduced image size by reducing color domain. It caused only a minor white color shift.
23:01, 12 December 2006Thumbnail for version as of 23:01, 12 December 2006563 × 406 (54 KB)Electionworld (talk | contribs){{ew|en|Geuiwogbil}} Map of the boundaries of the western and eastern Roman empires after the death of Theodosius I, in 395 AD. {{legend|#B53636|Western Roman Empire}} {{legend|#8F36B5|Eastern Roman Empire}} Made personally from blankmap Europe v3, using
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