Roman

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A Roman or Romans is a thing or person of or from the city of Rome

Roman or Romans may also refer to:

History[edit]

  • Ancient Rome (9th century BC – 5th century AD)
  • Byzantine Empire (330/476/629 to 1453), a Late Antiquity and medieval continuation of the Greek-speaking portion of the Roman Empire
    • Romaioi (Ρωμαίοι), Greek-speaking, Orthodox population of the Eastern Roman Empire dating to Late Antiquity (the term translates literally to "Roman")
    • Romioi (Ρωμιοί), Greek-speaking, Orthodox population of the Rum-milet in the Ottoman Empire, or Greek-speaking Orthodox people today (the term translates literally to "Roman")
    • Romanae or the Greco-Romans from Aetolia Acarnania that speak Romanesci

Geography[edit]

People[edit]

  • Roman (name), a male given name, includes a list of people and fictional characters
  • Roman (surname), a list of people surnamed either Roman or Romans

Religion[edit]

  • Epistle to the Romans, a letter in the New Testament of the Christian Bible
  • Ar-Rum, the 30th book in the Qu'ran, sometimes translated as The Romans

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Music[edit]

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