Pax Romana

Disciplines: History, Latin, Political Science

Also known as: Pax Augusta

Latin for "Roman Peace", meaning the era of relative peace during the first and second centuries in the conquered territories of the Roman Empire - which include North Africa, Sourth Europe, and Anatolia.

The phrase is derived from Pax Romana, the Roman Peace.

Similarly phrased relative peace eras in history, in chronological order, include Pax Mongolica, Pax Ottomana, Pax Hispanica, Pax Britannica, Pax Americana, and Pax Europaea.

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