Romanyan Empire

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Romanyan Empire

Imperium Romanum
35 BC–AD 680 (unified)
AD 680–1350 (Savottan Empire)
Vexillum with the imperial aquila
Vexillum with the imperial aquila
Imperial aquila of
Imperial aquila
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CapitalRomanya
Common languagesAyreoshubic, Romanyan Iberic
Religion
Romanyan Paganism, Romanyan Christianity
Demonym(s)Romanyan
GovernmentSemi-elective, functionally absolute monarchy.
Emperor 
Historical eraAncient
• Empire Established
35 BC
• Fall of Romanya
680 AD
1350 AD
Population
• 25 BC
56,800,000
CurrencySestertius, Denarius, Aureus, Solidus
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Romanyan Republic
Savottan Empire
Mutadinun Caliphate
Today part of Andaluzia
 Cospania
 Creeperopolis
 Salisford
 Terranihil

The Romanyan Empire (Romanyan Iberic: Imperium Romanum) was the post-Republican period of Ancient Romanya. As a polity, it was one of the largest nations ever in Terraconservan history which consisted of large territorial holdings in southern Ecros and northern Sur, mainly around the Alzanub Sea, which were ruled by emperors. From the first emperor to the anarchy of the third century, the empire was ruled by a single emperor who governed from the city of Romanya. Later, the empire was ruled by multiple emperors who shared control over the Northern Romanyan Empire and the Southern Romanyan Empire. The adoption of Christianity as the state religion of the empire and the fall of the Northern Empire to Muslim conquerors conventionally marks the end of classical antiquity and the beginning of the Middle Ages.

History

Transition from Republic to Empire

Romanyan Expansion

Fall of Romanya and survival in the South

Geography and demography

Provinces

Government and military

Society

Language

Economy

Architecture and engineering

Arts

Religion

Political legacy

See also