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Dir atlas augustus 31 bc. Persecution of christians in the roman empire occurred intermittently over a period of over two centuries between the great fire of rome in 64 ad under nero and the edict of milan in 313 ad in which the roman emperors constantine the great and licinius legalised the christian religion. List Of Roman Emperors Wikipedia Fagan pennsylvania state university. Roman leaders . Introduction augustus is arguably the single most important figure in roman history. The byzantine empire was the predominantly greek speaking continuation of the roman empire during late antiquity and the middle ages. When the romans replaced the seleucids as the great power in the region they granted the hasmonean king hyrcanus ii limited authority under the roman governor of damascus. The roman military was the most successful and powerful in history dominating the western world for over a thousand years. Byzantine empire the easte