How did Rome Expand into Greece and Hispania? – History of the Roman Empire – Part 5
For Rome, its decades-long rivalry with the Carthaginian Empire was a significant distraction. The outbreak of the three Punic Wars marked an attention-grabbing period of Roman history that at times even overshadowed the contemporary events outside of the Carthaginian-Roman conflict. However, the Punic Wars were far from the only notable events in Rome’s past during the time they raged on, and they weren’t even the only wars that Rome faced throughout the era. So now, let’s take a look through what happened in Rome’s history without Carthage…
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Amazing that the Romans survived all this
Their geography was surrounded by so many enemies
It's funny how Rome conquered Greece reluntanctly, and after much whining from small city states, said " sighs Ok fine" and took the whole region in one fell swoop
In some way the republic was already an empire before being an empire
The Roman empire is unstoppable they proved their self even In crisis situation they manage to defeat all of their enemies
They defeated Carthage , Macedonias and Sellucids in the same time .. what an empire ♥️
How did Rome go from this to barely being able to keep foreign armies off their territory LMAO these generations of Romans were rolling over in their graves watching everything fall apart during the later times of the empire.
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ILLIRIKA 🇦🇱 an Albanian empire
In the European cartography of the fifteenth to eighteenth centuries, "Grecia" included Dalmatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, the coastal area of Asia Minor, Albania, and the Aegean islands (Karathanasis 1991, 9). For the Western audience in Germany, Austria, and Hungary, "Greek" (Greek Orthodox) was synonymous with Orthodoxy (Stoianovich 1960, 290). Regardless of their ethnic origins, most Greek Orthodox Balkan merchants of the eighteenth century spoke Greek and often assumed Greek names; they were referred to as "Greeks" in the sense that they were of the "Greek" religion. During the eighteenth century, the ge- ographic dispersion and the urban nature of the Greek ethnie in the Balkan peninsula transformed the "Greeks" into a Balkan urban class (Svoronos 1981, 58). Hence, the "Greeks" were not only the ethnic Greeks but generally included all the Orthodox merchants and peddlers, many of whom were Grecophone or Hellenized Vlachs, Serbs, or Orthodox Albanians.
Roudometof, V. (2001) Nationalism, globalization, and orthodoxy: The social origins of ethnic conflict in the Balkans. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. p.54
Indeed “Greek” was an emic term in the Hellenistic period, referring generally to both the original Greeks and the Hellenized population.
Greek resurrection beliefs and the success of Christianity (with preview) New York: Palgrave Macmillan , 2009 Dag Øistein Endsjø
The Hellenized peoples of the eastern Roman (later Byzantine) Empire consistently referred to themselves as 'Roman' (Romaioi) because, even though they were culturally Greek, they considered themselves a part of the Roman Empire.
Barnett, G. (2017) Emulating alexander: How alexander the great's legacy fuelled Rome's wars with Persia. Barnsley: Pen et Sword Military.
"Like all citizens of the Byzantine Empire. the Greeks were called Romaei Romaioi (i.e. Romans, a hang-over from the days of the Eastern Roman Empire of the 4th to 7th centuries. which gradually became Hellenized and was called the Byzantine Empire, from Byzantium , the old name of the city that was later renamed Constantinople after the Emperor Constantine , who transferred the capital of the Roman Empire from Rome to Byzantium in 330 A.D. ) .
Pappageotes, G.C. (1960) Modern Greek Reader Demotic = Anagnōstikon Dēmotikēs. New York. p.7
I use the term Hellenic in order to differentiate 19th and 20th century national identity in modern Greece from the earlier, not so clear, use of terms like Graikos, Romios and, sometimes, Ellinas, which were all more or less synonymous for the Greek-Orthodox Christians of the Ottoman heartland. Hereafter, I use the term Greek to allude to the ambiguour use of this word (esc) bir contemporani scholar who refer without proper discrimination , to the representatives of the larger Greek – Orthodox Ottoman community , mostly hellenized or Greek – speaking , who probably considered themselves not as Hellenes but simply as " Romaioi " and Christians .
Historein: A review of the past and other stories (1999). Athens, Greece: Nefeli Publishers. p.69
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Roman Illyrian War I 229
Roman Illyrian War 2 228
Roman Illyrian War 3 168
Are one of the most significant Wars of Ancient Time🔥
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Thanks to Carthage and punic wars
Roman Era is the Golden age of Italian military after that Italy hasn't been the same again
The Romans fought 3 times for 9 years with the Illyrian tribes, why are the Macedonians seen?
this is called historical manipulation
it was the Illyrian Peninsula and there were no Macedonians or Greeks at all, the Slavs/Greeks came to Europe in the 8th century, their history is a complete fairy tale, nothing true.
I now cannot hear the name Macedon without thinking about Fire Emblem. There is a kingdom with the same name in Shadow Dragon!