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A fast version of this one:


map of the Roman Empire based on Image:BlankMap-Europe-v3.png, displayed in the map:

  • Red = Roman republic 510BC-40BC
  • Purple = Roman Empire 20AD-360AD
  • Blue = Western Roman Empire 405AD-480AD
  • Green = Eastern Roman Empire 405AD-480AD

A version including the Byzantine Empire is at Image:Roman Empire map.gif

See also maps at external links, detailed Roman empire Expansion map at Uni of Texas, also four stage animated map of the roman empire, more detailed animated map of roman empire

Español: Evolución territorial del Imperio Romano; en la República (rojo), el Imperio (púrpura), el Imperio Occidental (azul) y el Imperio Oriental (amarillo).


  • Colin McEvedy, Penguin Atlas of Ancient History
  • John Haywood, Atlas of Past Times
  • DK Atlas of world history

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