Who divided the Roman Empire into two parts?

Constantine the Great, 306-337 C.E., divided the Roman Empire in two and made Christianity the dominant religion in the region.

What were elite Romans called?

There were two main types of Roman soldiers: legionaries and auxiliaries. The legionaries were the elite (very best) soldiers. A legionary had to be over 17 years old and a Roman citizen. Every new recruit had to be fighting fit – anyone who was weak or too short was rejected.

What is Imperium Romanum?

Imperium Romanum is an update to the classic game of the Roman Empire by Al Nofi. The rules cover the intricacies of the political, economic, and military conflicts of the Roman world from the first century BC to its fall nearly 700 years later. The game includes over 40 scenarios, with six new scenarios and three introductory scenarios.

What happened to Britannicus in the fall of Rome?

Suetonius states 3 that his friend Titus Flavius, son of the future emperor Vespasian, also attended the feast with the Britannicus. Apparently, Titus also tried the poisoned drink, but he survived and then fell seriously and for a long time. Britannicus was buried in the Mausoleum of Augustus.

What is the story of Britannicus?

Britannicus was born as Tiberius Claudius Caesar Drusus Germanicus Britannicus on February 12, 41 CE. He was the son of Roman Emperor Claudius and Messalina. His original name, Germanicus, was changed to Britannicus to commemorate his father’s conquest of Britain in 43 CE.

What is the Imperium populi Romani?

The imperium populi Romani was the power Romans exercised over other peoples, viewed in its widest sense. What we call the Roman empire, that is the empire viewed as a political entity, was usually conceived by the Romans in terms of people, the populus Romanus and its sodi et amid.