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Ancient Rome
753 BC-1453AD
GlossaryOne of the largest and well organized empires developed along the Tiber River Their well trained army built roads, great cities and fortifications as far as northern Europe, Northern Africa and to the borders of the Persian Empire.
World History Greece Asia Byzantium Persia
World History Greece Asia Byzantium Persia
Social Studies Department Egypt Europe North Africa Mesopotamia
Social Studies Egypt Europe North Africa Mesopotamia
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