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Rome: Events and Battles

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ANCIENT ROME

The Battle of Philadelphia – 389 AD

When in 324 AD Constantine managed to reunify the empire took up a deep reorganization of the Roman army, not only because during the years of tetrarchy the Roman army had been divided but especially for a severe demographic crisis due to the economic crisis that hit the Empire as early as the 3rd century AD. To solve recruitment problems gave the opportunity to the barbarians who had defeated to join the army of Rome. This opportunity meant for people living in survival conditions, a living wage, to live in urban structures and at the end of the service have arable land. Many warriors of the Germanic tribes enrolled in the Roman army ...

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455: Here come the Vandals

There are events in the life of a city that mark so deeply that staying even verbal warning in the language of its inhabitants; even today in Rome in order to alert of an impending catastrophe they say "Here come the Vandals" and to sanction unacceptable behaviors you say "You're a vandal" ...

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64 AD Rome burns

The night of July 18 of A.D. 64 a fire broke out at the Circus Maximus, are unknown reasons, it is supposed to be powered with the goods ...

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The Battle of Cremera - 478 BC

Livy reminds on July 18, 478 BC as the dies Cremerensis, the day of the Battle of Cremera; It was one of the bitterest defeats to Roma who had to lose all ...

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