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English: Map of the boundaries of the western and eastern Roman empires after the death of Theodosius I, in 395 AD.
   Western Roman Empire
   Eastern Roman Empire
Date 17 October 2006 (original upload date)
Source Made personally from Image:BlankMap-Europe-v3.png, using (2004). The Collins Atlas of World History. Wiltshire: HarperCollins, 46-47. 0-00-716640-0. and Image:Roman empire 395.jpg as a source.
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