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Imperium refers to a legal concept of authority in Roman antiquity
It can also refer to:
- the authority of an imperator as a special class of official in the Roman Republic
- specifically, the authority to command and interpret the flight of the birds in Ancient Rome, see augury
- during the Roman Empire, the authority of the Roman Emperors
- any Empire
As a proper noun, Imperium may also refer to:
- Imperium (album), an album by Current 93
- "Imperium" (song), a song by Machine Head
- Imperium (film), a TV movie series on the Julio-Claudian Dynasty
- Imperium, a play by the Austrian writer and director Götz Spielmann (Antares)
- Imperium (novel), a 2006 novel by Robert Harris set in Ciceronian Rome
- Imperium: The Philosophy of History and Politics, a 1947 book by Francis Parker Yockey (using the pen name Ulick Varange)
- Imperium (Polish book), a 1993 book by the Polish journalist Ryszard Kapuściński
- The Imperium, a fictional race in the novel Worlds of the Imperium by Keith Laumer
- Imperium (PBEM game), a play-by-email game
- Imperium (board game), a science fiction board wargame
- Imperium (Warhammer 40,000), a galactic empire in the fictional Warhammer 40,000 universe
- Imperium (Traveller), a galactic empire in the fictional Traveller role-playing game universe
- Imperium (1990 video game), developed by Electronic Arts in 1990 for the Amiga, Atari ST and DOS
- Imperium (1992 video game), developed by Vic Tokai in 1992 for the Super NES/Super Famicom system.
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