Encyclopedia of the Roman Empire
Not much has happened in the Roman Empire since 1994 that required the first edition to be updated, but Bunson, a prolific reference and history author, has revised it, incorporated new findings and thinking, and changed the dating style to C.E. (Common Era) and B.C.E. (Before Common Era). For the 500 years from Julius Caesar and the Gallic Wars in 59-51 B.C.E. to the fall of the empire in the west in 476 C.E, he discusses personalities, terms, sites, and events. There is very little cross-referencing.
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Africa Agrippa Agrippina Alexandria Antioch Arian Armenia army Asia Minor assassination Augustus battle became bishop Britain brother campaign Caracalla Cassius Christian church Cicero civil Claudius command Commodus Constantine Constantinople consul consulship Crassus Dacia Danube daughter death defeated died Diocletian Domitian Drusus early East Egypt emperor exiled fifth century Flavius fourth century frontier Gaius Caligula Gallia Gallus Gaul Germania Germanicus Goths governor Greek Hadrian Herod honor Illyricum imperial influence Italy Jerusalem Judaea Julia Julius Caesar King later legate legions Licinius Lucius magister militum Marc Antony Marcus Aurelius married Maximus Moesia murdered Nero Nero’s Octavian pagan palace Pannonia Parthian political Pompey praetor Praetorian Guard Praetorian prefect province Ptolemy reign Republic revolt Rhine Roman Empire Rome Rome’s ruler second century C.E. Sejanus Senate Septimius Severus served Spain Syria Tacitus temple territory Theodosius third century C.E. throne Tiberius tion took Trajan tribes troops Vespasian victory West