Roman times

  1. the time period during which Rome dominated Europe
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  • From that day forward until Saint Paul visited in Roman times and founded the first Christian church in Europe on the site, the old Thracian town was known as Philippi. Alexander the Great
  • The building goes back to Roman times.
  • The city of Tours can trace its roots back to Roman times.
  • Foreign coins of various mintage circulated freely, some dating back to Roman times.
  • Hellenistic and Roman times, “lyric poetry” meant poetry, whether monodic or choric, (originally) sung; it did not include elegy or iambics. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • Pozzolan (or pozzolana) is an Italian word, named from Pozzuoli, the place near Naples where pozzolan was first mined and used as cement, during Roman times. Pumice
  • Many aqueducts from ancient Roman times still stand today near the Mediterranean Sea.
  • It possesses a pigeonry much like that at Brantôme, but on a smaller scale, that wiseacres have pronounced to be a Columbarium, not for doves, but for the reception of jars containing the ashes of the dead, and have attributed this dovecote to Roman times. Castles and Cave Dwellings of Europe
  • The fasces of ancient Roman times were of course the bundles of rods carried by the lictors to symbolize the great strength of the organized Roman people.
  • The related graveyards, such as urnfields and burial mounds from the Bronze Age, Ice Age and Roman Times, were used for long periods of time and were also the centres of the settlements system.
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