Rome in 150 AD

This was the Roman Empire in 150 AD, Added by Geography Legend Alexpcoffey. "Geography On, Peeps!"

This is a timeline of the nation Rome, which lasted from 1110 to 1999. It began with the Roman Revolution of 1110. In the Roman Revolution campaign, Roman soldiers captured the entire Italian peninsula from Mali, the former occupant of the region. The nation ended in 1999, when Green revolution occured, ending Rome. 255 national leaders attended the Fall of Rome ceremony.

Roman RevolutionEdit

In 1110, the Roman revolutionares bombed a Mali base in the outskirts of Rome. The Romans siezed control of Rome, but didnt stop there. They siezed the Papal, a Mali puppet state. The Romans overthrew the Mali controlled South Italy, Naples, and Sicily. The Roman Kingdom was created.

Swiss warEdit

In 1112, the Swiss empire invaded Gaul, Rome, and the Slavic Union. The 3 nations formed an alliance called the Triparate pact. The Swiss empire was split among the nations. Soon, although, Gaul had the Frankish revolution of 1114, and Slavia was invaded and conquered by the Latin empire. During the Christian Crusades, Rome turned into a religious Kingdom in the Christain revolution of 1116.

Frankish war, allianceEdit

In 1120, the new Frankish empire (formerly Gaul) invaded the Christainic Kingdom of Rome. the Romans successfully defended themselves against the Frankish soldiers, but lost the state North Italy. Rome signs a treaty with Hispania and Phoenica to defeat the Frankish empire. In 1121, Hispania falls to Frankish forces. Roman and Phoenican soldiers enter Sardinia and Corsiaca, two islands occupied by Francinia. Frankish soldiers began a retreat, and Francinia was divided between Phoenica and Rome, Hispania was occupied by Rome and Phoenica also. This started the Roman empire

Roman Netherlands, BritanniaEdit

Roman settlers crossed into the Netherlands, and overthrew the Kingdom of the Netherlands, fully annexing the territory. Roman soldiers invaded England. The England war was waged. Scotland teamed up with Rome, and attacked England. Irish soldiers attacked the English navy. England surrendered in 1124, the Roman province of Roman Brittannia.

Balkan warsEdit

In 1125, Roman soldiers invaded the Illyrian Empire, and created Roman Pannonia and Roman Dalmancia. Romania and Macedonia invaded the Bulgarian tribes. Rome saw an oppurtunity, and entered the war on Bulgaria's side. The Balkans wars begun, as Rome conquered Romania, naming it New Rome. Roman soldiers entered Mace city, the Macedonian capital in 1127. Roman Macedonia and Roman Greece was created. Rome invaded the Crete Republic, creating Roman Crete.

North African warsEdit

In 1130, Roman soldiers crossed the Mediterranian, and invaded Algeric Empire. Roman Algiers was created. Roman soldiers invaded Tunisic tribes, and created Roman Tunisia. Conquering more North African territories, Roman Morroco, Roman Egypt, Roman Libyia, Roman Egypt, and Roman Sinai is created. Rome is a world power.

First Roman civil warEdit

Republicans marched in the province Italia of Rome, the heart of the empire in 1135. Hernandoz Shakespeare the Great, the first King of Rome, feared that if he gave control to Republicans, the empire will see his weakness, and crumble. He refused to secede the throne, and started a civil war. These Republicans wanted a military dictatorship rather than an Imperialistic state. Shakespeare ordered the military to attack and execute the Republicans. This was the First civil war in Rome.

Asian conquestEdit

The Roman-Turkish war was from 1139-1142. It started when the Roman navy bombarded the Turkish empire's coasts. Turkey declared war on the Roman Kingdom, and the first battle was the Battle of the Ionian. In this naval battle, the navy of Rome and Turkey clashed in the Ionian Sea. Rome's naval and land forces were far more superior. Turkish soldiers began abondoning their posts. Roman soldiers landed on the Turkish peninsula. Rome conquers Cyprus in 1140, Roman Cyprus becomes the 17 province of Rome. Turkey surrenders in 1142, and Roman Thrace and Roman West Azerbaijan was created. Rome annexes Syria with ease, and Judea. Phoenica, Palestine, and Israel fall. Rome unites these territories into the province Roman West Asia. Mesopotamian assasins raid the Mesopotamian-Roman border. Rome invades and annexes their 21 province, Roman Mesopotamia.

Vassal states, more conquestsEdit

Roman sodiers conquered Germania and Wales. Roman soldiers in Africa invade and conquer more African territories, declaring the provinces Mali, Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Sahara. Shakespeare declared puppet states Mali, Sudan-Ethiopia, Somaliland, Somalia, and the Saharan Union. Roman Germania is declared a province, and Wales is incorperated into Roman Britannia.

Years of peaceEdit

By 1155, most wars had stopped between the nations bordering Rome. The Years of Peace and Recovery were from 1155-1300.

Five powers pact, MongolsEdit

In 1300, after the recovery years, Mongols entered Europe. The Kievian Russia fell to Mongols. Rome feared that Mongols would overthrow their empire. By now, the 7 King of Rome was Daecaus Gladnneus. Gladnneus decided that Rome would fall unless they signed an alliance. Rome hadn't had an ally since the Frankish war. Romans prefered to be solitude. But their solitudity would be the death of them. Rome asked for alliances, and Germany and Poland were up for it. Scandinavia and Hungary came, and the 5 power pact was signed. Soon, Mongols clashed into Hungarian borders. The 5 powers pact declared war on the nation. A bloody war was fought, later known as the Genocide War, or the Mother of all Battles. It was also known as the start of the Dark Ages. The powers coalition invaded Mongolia.

Battle of the TulipsEdit

The Battle of the Tulips showed the strength and strategy of the Mongols. The coalition invaded the Mongol vassal state, Ukraine. The coalition troops easily defeated border guards. The troops entered Tulips, a city in Mongol Ukraine. The troops thought that Tulips would easily fall, as they could see no guards. But Mongol troopps and rebels were hiding inside a network of tunnels and trenches. The Mongols had planted rosebushes and poisen ivy all around. This was the first recorded use of Guerilla Warfare. This new type of Warfare suprised and scared many empires and nations around the war. The coalition lost the Battle of the Tulips.


A few scrapes of the journals of coalition soldiers were found. One Roman wrote...

'It's not a game, it's life or death. The Mongols are fierce, they won't give up, and when all is lost for them, they will use suicidal way to win. I watch helplessly as my friends fall like rag dolls. And, as I fight, I can see that the Mongols are as scared as we are. I try to remember, they're not monsters, they're people. They are as scared and frightened as I am. And every time a bomb falls near, I plead the heavens. This war is hopeless. Oh, heaven help us. Everyone hates in this deadly game.'

Another wrote...

'I used to be powerful. I was the Chancellor in Hungary, before the revolution. The crowds would worship me. I remember, oh, I used to rule the world. People would sing for me, oh it was great. Seas would rise when i gave the word. Now, I am nothing. I am just a..a..a puppet, on a lonely string. One minute I held the key, next the walls were closed on me. It will never be the same in Hungary. I made too many mistakes. After the revolutionaries overthrew my Kingdom, people couldn't believe what I'd become. Revolutionaries wait for my head on a silver plate. I escaped to the army, and now I am fighting in the Tulips. Oh, I am so exhausted. I know St. Peter will call my name, I am as good as dead. I will be executed once I returned home.'

Kola's battleEdit

Mongols invaded the area now known as the Kola peninsula. A Roman general named Kola lead 2 million men to their death. There were no survivors, either side. Mongols clashed in the Scandinavian-Mongol borders. Kola lead these soldiers across the peninsula, and clashed with the Mongols on two sides. The Murmansk campaign lead to Kola's defeat. There were no survivors, each side. After the campaign, Kola was exiled from the Roman empire, and he was sent to the Mesopotamian Deserts, where Roman Arabians executed him with a guillotine for mass murder in 1362.

Mongol raiders, crusadesEdit

The 5 power pact withdrew all their troops inside Mongol territory, and began retreating in 1370. The Great Retreat began, this lasted from 1371-1399, where the coalition troops retreated across Europe, and the Mongols conquered the retreated territory. During the Great Retreat, Mongol Crusaders and Raiders attacked the coasts.

End of War, Dark AgesEdit

The war ended with the Great Surrender of 1401. This war was officially known as the Hundred Years. Because of Mongol occupation, the Dark Ages followed.