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Imperyong Romano

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Roman territorial evolution from the rise of the city-state of Rome to the fall of the Western Roman Empire
Roman territorial evolution from the rise of the city-state of Rome to the fall of the Western Roman Empire
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DemonymRoman
GobyernoSemi-elective absolute monarchy (de facto)
• Emperor
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CurrencySestertius,[lower-alpha 4] aureus, solidus, nomisma

An Imperyong Romano[17] iyo an post-Republican na estado kan suanoy na Roma asin iyo an pangkagabsan na nasasabotan tanganing mangahulogan na an peryodo asin teritoryo na pigpamayuhan kan Romans suminunod sa asumpsyon ni Octavian kan solong pagpamayo sa irarom kan Prinsipato kaidtong 31 BC. Kabali diyan an teritoryo sa Europa, Amihanan na Aprika, asin Solnopan na Asya, asin pigpamayuhan kan mga emperador. An pagbagsak kan Imperyong Solnopan na Romano kaidtong 476 conventionally minarkahan an katapusan kan classical antiquity asin an kapinonan kan Middle Ages.

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