Greece under the Roman Empire, from 31 BC to 180 AD is described as the era of the Pax Romana, a Roman Peace between Rome and the central areas of the Empire, like Greece and the Greek East. This period is described as a period of peace and security which permitted economical and cultural progress, especially in the cities such as Athens, Corinth, Alexandria, Miletus, Thessaloniki, and Smyrna. Due to a decentralized Roman provincial administration, the urban Greek elite re-appeared, which also had the right to participate in the Roman Senate. The Romans welcomed the Greek culture and Latin and Greek became the official languages of the Empire. A Greco-Roman Empire was created.
Handmade Bronze Chess Set (26X26cm/10.23”X10.23”)
Greek Roman Perion Chess Set with gold/silver chessmen and oxidized bronze chessboard in wooden case with storage.
SKU: 2052 Categories: Chess, Chess Sets
|Dimensions||7 × 40 × 40 cm|
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