Roman Empire (disambiguation)
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The Roman Empire usually refers to the post-republican, autocratic government period of Roman civilization (centered on Rome and its successor capitals on the Italian peninsula) from 27 BC to 395 AD.
However, Roman Empire may also refer to:
- Roman Republic (509 BC–27 BC), the period of the ancient Roman civilization when its government first operated as a republic.
- Eastern Roman Empire (330–1453), also known as the Byzantine Empire
- Western Roman Empire (286–476) the western half of the Roman Empire, the other half being the Eastern Roman Empire or Byzantine Empire.
- Holy Roman Empire (962–1806) - The term: "Holy Roman Empire" is attested from 1254 onward to refer to the German Empire, which previously, from 1157 under the rule of Frederick I Barbarossa, was called simply the "Holy Empire".
- Italian Empire/Imperial Italy (1880s–1943), referred to by Benito Mussolini as a "New Roman Empire".
- Roman's Empire, a comedy television show on BBC Two
- The Fall of the Roman Empire (film), a 1964 epic film by Paramount Pictures
- Imperium Romanum (video game), 2008 video game developed by Haemimont Games
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