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Al the way to the Atlantic including Bratiain ( today the United kingdom)

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West to Mauritania, East to Mesopotamia.

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What empire in the west was complementary with the Han Dynasty?

The empire in the west which was contemporary to the Han Dynasty was the Roman Empire.


Which group responsible for the destruction of the roman empire in the west?

the Germanic tribes are responsible for the destruction of the Roman empire in the west.


Why was the fall of the Roman Empire not a complete fall?

The Roman Empire had been divided into the East Roman Empire, with its capital at Constantinople, and the West Roman Empire, with its capital either at Rome or Ravenna, in 395. The West Roman Empire was in a state of chaos, with various Germanic kingdoms forming, and though they nominally acknowledged the fact that they were in the Roman Empire, for the most part, they were not really under control. In 476, the last emperor of the West Roman Empire was deposed, and the emperor of the East Roman Empire was asked to assume control of the whole. This is the event referred to as the Fall of the Roman Empire. The Roman Senate, which had operated in Rome since before the Roman Republic continued to operate after the purported fall, and its last known act was after the year 600. The East Roman Empire continued to operate until Constantinople fell to the Turks in 1453.


Was Germany ever part of the Roman Empire?

The areas to the west of the Rhine, the south of the Danube and some adjecent areas were in the Roman Empire.


When were Romans first alive?

The Roman Empire existed from 27 BC - 476 AD in the West and285-1453 AD in the East. The Roman Republic predated the Roman Empire by about 500 years.

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How far east did the Roman Empire extend at its height and how far west?

the roman empire stretched from the Atlantic ocean to the Caspian sea.


How far west did the Roman Empire extend its height?

At its peak, the Roman Empire stretched as far west as the tip of the Iberian Peninsula, as far south as Egypt, as far north as England, and as far east as the Middle East. A map of the Roman Empire at its height can be viewed under Related links.


How far west did the Roman Empire extend at its height how far west?

Al the way to the Atlantic including Bratiain ( today the United kingdom)


How far east did the Roman Empire extend How far west?

From today's Portugal to Iraq.


How far west did the Roman Empire extend?

it extended for Miles and Miles utill they had to steal it from someone elses


What was the size of the roman empire from east to west?

The roman empire extended for about 4500 miles from west to east.


What empire in the west was complementary with the Han Dynasty?

The empire in the west which was contemporary to the Han Dynasty was the Roman Empire.


Where was the roman empire?

With Rome at the centre, at its height it stretched from Portugal in the West to Turkey in the East and from North Africa to Northern England.


How many miles did Alexander empire extend from east to west?

3,000.


What was the roman emire?

The Roman Empire was the largest empire in the western world. It began with Caesar Augustus and ended with Constantine who split the empire into Eastern and Western parts. At its height, the empire stretched from the border of Scotland in the North to Egypt in the South, from Iberia in the West to Syria in the East, and most lands in between. The West fell in 476 CE (AD) falling to the barbarians, and the East fell in 1453 with the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Empire.


How old is Roman Empire?

The Roman Empire dates to 27 BC, when Octavian was given the title Augustus by the senate. It divided permanently in 395 AD into the East Roman Empire and the West Roman Empire. The date usually given for the fall of Rome is 476, when the last emperor of the West Roman Empire was deposed. The East Roman Empire, however, survived until 1453. There is a link below.


Whats absolute and relative location of the roman empire?

At its height the Roman Empire extended almost to India to the east. To the West, it went to Spain. The southern limit was most of North Africa and to the north to most of the British Isle. It was centered in Rome on the Italian Peninsula.