Imperium Romanum: The Clash of Legions | Board Game .
From the rulebook: The Clash of Legions is a strategic level, politico-military simulation of the numerous wars which wracked the Roman Empire from its foundation in the civil wars of Caesar and Pompey through its overthrow at the hands of the barbarians, a period of roughly 600 years.
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Dacian wars of Trajan « IMPERIUM ROMANUM
The Danish wars were the two Emperor Trajan campaigns that took place in 101-102 and 105-106 CE. As a result, the Roman province of Dacia was created. Genesis and the First Dacian War. In the first century CE, Roman policy dictated treaties to surrounding tribes and countries that required.
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Battles of ancient Rome « IMPERIUM ROMANUM
Battle of Lake Trasimene. (21 June 217 BCE) Battle of Lake Trasimene was Hannibal's second victory over the Romans in the Second Punic War. The ambush led to the massive slaughter of the Romans. Apparently, a nearby stream supplying water to the lake, due to the mixing of a large amount of blood, was called Sanguineto, or "Blood River".