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|WELCOME TO THE FALL OF ROME!||
This podcast gives you a brief introduction to the course from your tutor, Dr. Steve Kershaw.
|Ancient rome, Decline and Fall, Rome, Goths, Barbarians, The Caesars, Christianity, Early Christian||view|
|ROME'S FIRST EMPERORS - INTRODUCTION||
Welcome the the course. This is a quick 'hello' from your tutor, with a brief introduction to what we will be doing on the course.
|Ancient rome, Rome, The Caesars, Emperors, Ancient history, British history, Roman Britain, Roman empire||view|
Short introduction to Augustan Rome -lecture notes for Reading Latin Texts
|Augustus, Ancient rome||view|
|THE ROMAN EMPIRE AFTER DIOCLETIAN'S REFORMS||
A map showing the Roman Empire after Diocletian's reforms.
|Ancient rome, Diocletian, Dominate, Late Roman, Roman empire, Roman Britain, Christianity, Early Christian||view|
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The Lex de imperio Vespasiani, photographed here in the Capitoline Museum in Rome,defined the legal position of the Emperor Vespasian. It...
|Vespasian, Emperors, Ancient rome, Roman empire, Epigraphy||view|
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Some images from the site of Lepcis Magna
|Ancient rome, Lepcis Magna, Leptis Magna, Late Roman, Roman architecture, Roman art, Roman empire, Africa||view|
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These over-life-size statues of Constantine are currently displayed in the Capitoline Museum, Rome.
|Constantine, Late Roman, Roman art, Ancient rome, Portraiture, Early Christian, Christianity, Emperors||view|
Statue of a Roman Emperor, Messene Museum, Greece. Dating from the 2nd half of the 4th century CE, this Emperor holds a globe in his left hand....
|Ancient rome, Emperors, Messene, Late Roman, Roman art, Roman empire||view|
Sestertius of Vespasian (69-79 CE) minted at Rome, bearing the legend IUDAEA CAPTA (British Museum BMC Vespasian 342). VEspasian issued a large...
|Vespasian, Jewish History, Numismatics, Roman coins, Roman empire, Ancient rome||view|
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These photographs illustrate the obelisk in the Hippodrome of Constantinople, which was erected by the Emperor Theodosius I in 390 CE.
|Theodosius I, Constantinople, Obelisk, Honorius, Arcadius, Valentinian II, Tutmosis III, Late Roman, Ancient rome, Roman art, Roman empire, Epigraphy, Decline and Fall, Chariot racing, Emperors, Early Christian||view|