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Romans Spread From Roma Across the Roman Empire

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In its more than a thousand years of history, Rome spread from what was once a single small settlement on the Tiber. First Roma spread to the surrounding territory, then all of Italy, and finally the Roman Empire covered most of western Europe, north Africa, Greece, and Asia Minor.

The Growth of Roman Power
Maps of Rome, Italy, and the Roman Empire showing the growth and then diminution of Roman power.

The Regions of Italy on a Map
See where such regions as Etruria, Calabria, and Umbria were.

Read about the Fall of Rome.

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