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Rome – Empire Without Limit: Episode 3 | Roman Empire Documentary

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The series’ third episode takes an in-depth look at the question of identity and citizenship within the Roman Empire. What did it mean to be, or to become, Roman, and how did the very different parts of the Empire react to Roman rule? In the beautifully-preserved cities of Algeria, incomers and locals mixed to create flourishing communities with a distinct ‘more Roman than Rome’ frontier identity. Mary follows the trail of one such African Roman from his native land all the way to Britain, where he served as governor – proof that for all the brutality of conquest, there were opportunities too. Here in Britain another picture emerges, of resistance, hybrid culture, and incipient British identity. In York and Newcastle, Mary finds the remains of Romans, but not as we might imagine them: a rich African lady, officers from central Europe, a camp-follower from Syria…

Travelling from Spain to Iran, Egypt to Scotland, Tunisia to Greece, historian and classicist Mary Beard answers the big questions that have fascinated people for centuries… How and why did the Roman Empire happen? Why did Rome acquire an empire? And why did it fall? Mary examines its creation, its successes, its failures and the legacy it left behind – not just its technology and buildings, its roads and laws – but also in the worlds that came after it.

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