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Rome may have fallen in the late fifth century AD, but more than 1,500 years later its mark on Europe and around the Mediterranean is still evident—from law and order and government systems to architecture, and arts and literature. From Augustus’s reign as the first emperor of Rome to the Barbarian invasions beginning in the fifth century, The Encyclopedia of the Roman Empire expertly examines the history of the world’s first superpower, including military expansion, life within a Roman legion, Pompeii, political assassinations, gladiatorial games, Hadrian’s wall, the Jewish Revolt, and much more. Features famous Ancient Romans such as Mark Antony, Cleopatra, Marcus Agrippa, Caligula, Claudius, Nero, Hadrian, and many others. A fully illustrated reference work containing more than 400 stunning color photographs, maps, and illustrations.