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According to one "Pax Romana" website, quote, " The Holy Apostle Paul was able to travel throughout the Mediterranean on his missionary journeys because of the Pax Romana ("the Roman peace"). This is a period which lasted from 30 BC to 180 AD, when the Roman Empire brought peace, prosperity, and a relatively stable government to an area that spread from Britain to the Euphrates. "

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