Celt and Roman. History of England 43 BC to 440 AD.
The Barbarian Invasions.
The Migration Period in Europe, 395-527 A. D.
ON the death of THEODOSIUS THE GREAT, in 395 A.D., the Empire was divided between his sons. Flavius Arcadius taking the eastern, Flavius Honorius the western, half. Four Prefectures have now become a fixed territorial division; the realm of Honorius embraces the Prefectures of Gaul and Italy, that of Arcadius the Prefectures of Illyricum (Illyria) and the East (The Diocese of Western Illyricum belongs to the Prefecture of Italy.). About the same time the invasion of Greece by the Visigoths under Alaric I (396 A. D.) began the series of movements which resulted in the breaking up of the western half of the Empire into German kingdoms-the great historical feature of the fifth century.
Roman Empire. The Romans in Britain. Maps, Places, Tribes. Historical atlas.
British priestesses. Roman era 3rd century.
Statue of Roman Emperor Julian in 360.
Julian in 360 proclaims at the Palais des Thermes. Was found in 1850. Statue de l’empereur Julien, proclame en 360 au palais des Thermes. Fut trouvée en 1850. Continue reading
The Death of Virginia
AFTER the decision had been given that Virginia was the slave of Marcus, and therefore subject to the will of her master, Virginius, her father, drew her to one side of the Forum and took her in his arms. Continue reading
Gallic Roman temple in honor of Augustus in 1st century BC at Lugdunum.
France – le temple qui fut élevé en l’honneur d’Auguste au IVème siècle par les soixante peuples gaulois à Lugdunum (Lyon). Continue reading