Frontiers of the roman empire the roman limes represents the border line of the roman empire at its greatest extent in the 2nd century ad it stretched over 5000 km from the atlantic coast of northern britain through europe to the black sea and from there to the red sea and across north africa to the atlantic coast. Frontiers of the roman empire a social and economic study ancient society and history mr c r whittaker on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers although the roman empire was one of the longest lasting in history it was never ideologically conceived by its rulers or inhabitants as a territory within fixed limits yet roman armies clearly reached certain points which today . The frontiers of the roman empire world heritage site was created in 2005 and at present consists of hadrians wall the german limes and the antonine wallhowever the idea behind the fre is to represent the border line of the roman empire at its greatest extent in the 2nd century ad. Yet roman armies clearly reached certain points which today we call frontiers where they simply stopped advancing and annexing new territories in frontiers of the roman empire c r whittaker examines the roman frontiers both in terms of what they meant to the romans and in their military economic and social function. Frontiers of the roman empire is a world heritage siteit is composed of three walls in different parts of europe they were part of the frontiers of the roman empire hadrians wall
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