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pax romana


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Noun pax romana has 1 sense
  1. Pax Romana - the Roman peace; the long period of peace enforced on states in the Roman Empire
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Pax Romana


Pax Romana, meaning "Roman Peace" in Latin, refers to a long period of relative peace and stability in the Roman Empire that lasted from 27 BCE to 180 CE. It represents a time of prosperity, minimal military conflicts, and the expansion of Roman influence.

Sample Sentences:

  1. During the Pax Romana, the Roman Empire experienced a remarkable period of economic growth.
  2. Trade flourished under the Pax Romana, as roads were built and maintained for easy transportation.
  3. Augustus, the first Roman emperor, is often credited for establishing the foundations of Pax Romana.
  4. The Pax Romana allowed for the spread of Roman culture and Latin language throughout diverse territories.
  5. With the end of Pax Romana, internal conflicts and external pressures weakened the Roman Empire.

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