Ilẹ̀ọbalúayé Rómù Apáìwọ̀orùn

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IMPERIVM·ROMANVM·PARS·OCCIDENTALIS
Roman Empire, Western Part
Division of the Roman Empire

285–476
 

 

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Motto
Senatus Populusque Romanus
The Western Roman Empire in 395.
Capital Mediolanum
(286–402)

Ravenna
(402–476)
Language(s) Latin
Religion Roman religion and later Christianity
Government Autocracy,
Tetrarchy
(293–313)
Emperor
 - 395–423 Honorius
 - 475–476 Romulus Augustulus
Consul
 - 395 Flavius Anicius Hermogenianus Olybrius, Flavius Anicius Probinus
 - 476 Basiliscus, Flavius Armatus
Legislature Roman Senate
Historical era Late Antiquity
 - Division of Diocletianus 285
 - Division after Constantine I 337
 - Division after Theodosius I 395
 - Deposition of Romulus Augustulus 476
 - Assassination of Julius Nepos 480
Area
 - 395[1] 2,000,000 km2 (772,204 sq mi)
Currency Follis for bronze, Siliqua for silver, Solidus for gold.

Ileobaluaye Romu Apaiwoorun (Western Roman Empire) ni apaiwoorunwas ilaji Ileobaluaye Romu, latigba ipin re latowo Diokletianu ni 285; ilaji yioku Ileobaluaye Romu ni Ileobaluaye Romu Apailaorun (Eastern Roman Empire), loni ti a mo si Ileobaluaye Byisantini.



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