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2219 Topics:
  1. 20th century music
  2. 20th-century Western painting
  3. ABCANZ Armies
  4. ANZUS
  5. AUKUS
  6. Ab Urbe Condita Libri (Livy)
  7. Ab urbe condita
  8. Abolitionism
  9. Abundantia
  10. Acre, Israel
  11. Adjectivals and demonyms for regions in Greco-Roman antiquity
  12. Administrative divisions of Italy
  13. Adoption in ancient Rome
  14. Adrian Goldsworthy
  15. Adriatic Veneti
  16. Aeclanum
  17. Aedile
  18. Aegean Sea
  19. Aegina
  20. Aegyptus (Roman province)
  21. Aelia Capitolina
  22. Aelius Donatus
  23. Aemilianus
  24. Aeneas
  25. Aeneid
  26. Aequitas
  27. Aeternitas
  28. Aetolian War
  29. Affix
  30. Africa (Roman province)
  31. Africa (goddess)
  32. Age of Discovery
  33. Age of Enlightenment
  34. Age of Revolution
  35. Agenoria (mythology)
  36. Agnomen
  37. Agnosticism
  38. Agriculture in Italy
  39. Agriculture in ancient Rome
  40. Agrippina the Younger
  41. Alamanni
  42. Alb Limes
  43. Alba Longa
  44. Alemanni
  45. Alexander (Byzantine emperor)
  46. Alexander Severus
  47. Alexander Stuart Murray
  48. Alexander the Great
  49. Alexandria
  50. Alexios I Komnenos
  51. Alexios II Komnenos
  52. Alexios III Angelos
  53. Alexios IV Angelos
  54. Alexios Komnenos (co-emperor)
  55. Alexios V Doukas
  56. Alpine foothills
  57. Alps
  58. Altar of Domitius Ahenobarbus
  59. Altare della Patria
  60. American Association for the Advancement of Science
  61. American handball
  62. Ammianus Marcellinus
  63. Amulius
  64. Analytic philosophy
  65. Anastasian Wall
  66. Anastasios II
  67. Anastasius I Dicorus
  68. Anatolia
  69. Ancient Carthage
  70. Ancient Celtic religion
  71. Ancient DNA
  72. Ancient Greece
  73. Ancient Greek dialects
  74. Ancient Greek sculpture
  75. Ancient Roman architecture
  76. Ancient Roman bathing
  77. Ancient Roman cuisine
  78. Ancient Roman engineering
  79. Ancient Roman technology
  80. Ancient Rome (disambiguation)
  81. Ancient Rome (painting)
  82. Ancient Rome and wine
  83. Ancient history
  84. Ancona
  85. Ancus Marcius
  86. Andalusia
  87. Andrew Fleming West
  88. Andronikos Doukas (co-emperor)
  89. Andronikos I Komnenos
  90. Andronikos II Palaiologos
  91. Andronikos III Palaiologos
  92. Andronikos IV Palaiologos
  93. Andronikos V Palaiologos
  94. Angerona
  95. Anglesey
  96. Anglo-Corsican Kingdom
  97. Anglo-Portuguese Alliance
  98. Anglo-Saxon paganism
  99. Anna Perenna
  100. Annals (Tacitus)
  101. Annexation
  102. Annona (mythology)
  103. Antakya
  104. Anthemius
  105. Antioch
  106. Antiquitates rerum humanarum et divinarum
  107. Antonine Plague
  108. Antonine Wall
  109. Antonines
  110. Antoninus Pius
  111. Apennine Mountains
  112. Apollo
  113. Apollodorus of Damascus
  114. Appian
  115. Appian Way
  116. Apuleius
  117. Aquaculture
  118. Aqueduct (watercourse)
  119. Aquileia
  120. Aquitania
  121. Arab conquest of the Levant
  122. Arab world
  123. Arabia
  124. Arabia Petraea
  125. Arab–Byzantine wars
  126. Arbutus unedo
  127. Arcadius
  128. Arch
  129. Archaeology
  130. Architecture
  131. Architecture of Italy
  132. Architecture of ancient Greece
  133. Arctic Council
  134. Ares
  135. Armenia
  136. Arqa
  137. Arrian
  138. Art of Europe
  139. Artabasdos
  140. As (Roman coin)
  141. Asconius Pedianus
  142. Ashkelon
  143. Asia Minor
  144. Asparagus
  145. Atheism
  146. Athens
  147. Attila
  148. Auctoritas
  149. Augur
  150. Augusta Emerita
  151. Augustine of Hippo
  152. Augustus
  153. Augustus (honorific)
  154. Augustus (title)
  155. Augustus Caesar
  156. Augustus of Prima Porta
  157. Aula Palatina
  158. Aulus Gellius
  159. Aurelian
  160. Aurelius Victor
  161. Ausonius
  162. Auspice
  163. Autocracy
  164. Automotive industry in Italy
  165. Auxilia
  166. Averruncus
  167. Avitus
  168. Aëtius of Amida
  169. BBC News
  170. BBC Online
  171. Baalbek
  172. Babylon
  173. Bagaudae
  174. Baghdad
  175. Balbinus
  176. Balkans
  177. Baltic Assembly
  178. Baltic mythology
  179. Banias
  180. Bank of Italy
  181. Banking in Italy
  182. Bar Kokhba revolt
  183. Barbara Levick
  184. Barbarian
  185. Barbarian kingdoms
  186. Barter
  187. Barthold Georg Niebuhr
  188. Basil I
  189. Basil II
  190. Basilica
  191. Basiliscus
  192. Bathing
  193. Battle of Actium
  194. Battle of Adrianople
  195. Battle of Carrhae
  196. Battle of Lake Regillus
  197. Battle of Manzikert
  198. Battle of Mutina
  199. Battle of Naissus
  200. Battle of Pharsalus
  201. Battle of Philippi
  202. Battle of Samarra
  203. Battle of Zama
  204. Battle of the Allia
  205. Beef
  206. Beet
  207. Beirut
  208. Bellona (goddess)
  209. Bellum Siculum
  210. Benelux
  211. Benevento
  212. Berytus
  213. Bibcode (identifier)
  214. Bikini
  215. Biological pigment
  216. Bireme
  217. Birth rate
  218. Bishopric of Brixen
  219. Blond
  220. Board game
  221. Bocchus I
  222. Boethius
  223. Bologna
  224. Bona Dea
  225. Borders of the Roman Empire
  226. Borsa Italiana
  227. Bosra
  228. Bostra
  229. Boudica
  230. Boxing
  231. Brass instrument
  232. Brassica
  233. Breakfast
  234. Brennus (4th century BC)
  235. Britannia Inferior
  236. Britannia Superior
  237. Britannicus
  238. British coinage
  239. British–Irish Council
  240. Broccoli
  241. Bronze
  242. Bronze Age Europe
  243. Bronze sculpture
  244. Brothel
  245. Buccina
  246. Bucharest Nine
  247. Budget
  248. Bulgarian Empire
  249. Bureaucracy
  250. Byzantine Empire
  251. Byzantine Italy
  252. Byzantine Sicily
  253. Byzantium
  254. COVID-19 pandemic
  255. COVID-19 pandemic in Italy
  256. Cabbage
  257. Caduceus
  258. Caesar (title)
  259. Caesar's Civil War
  260. Caesar's invasions of Britain
  261. Caesarea
  262. Caesarea Maritima
  263. Caesarea Philippi
  264. Caesarean section
  265. Caledonians
  266. Caligula
  267. Campaign history of the Roman military
  268. Camulodunum
  269. Cantabrian Wars
  270. Capitalism
  271. Capitoline Brutus
  272. Capitoline Hill
  273. Capitoline Museums
  274. Cappadocia
  275. Capri
  276. Capsicum
  277. Capture of Rome
  278. Caracalla
  279. Carausian revolt
  280. Cardoon
  281. Carinus
  282. Carmenta
  283. Carolingian Empire
  284. Carrot
  285. Carthage
  286. Carus
  287. Caspian Sea
  288. Cassiodorus
  289. Cassius Dio
  290. Castor and Pollux
  291. Castra
  292. Catepanate of Italy
  293. Catholic Church
  294. Catiline
  295. Cato the Elder
  296. Cato the Younger
  297. Catullus
  298. Celery
  299. Celtiberian Wars
  300. Celtiberians
  301. Celtic Britons
  302. Celts
  303. Cena
  304. Censorinus
  305. Central Italy
  306. Centuriate Assembly
  307. Century Assembly
  308. Ceres (mythology)
  309. Ceterum censeo Carthaginem esse delendam
  310. Chain mail
  311. Chant
  312. Chard
  313. Chariot
  314. Chariot race
  315. Chariot racing
  316. Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu
  317. Chremonidean War
  318. Christendom
  319. Christian culture
  320. Christian existentialism
  321. Christian humanism
  322. Christian philosophy
  323. Christianity
  324. Christianization of the Roman Empire
  325. Christopher Lekapenos
  326. Chronology of warfare between the Romans and Germanic tribes
  327. Cicero
  328. Cimbri
  329. Cimbrian War
  330. Cinema of Italy
  331. Cinquecento
  332. Circus Maximus
  333. Cisalpine Gaul
  334. Cisalpine Republic
  335. Cispadane Republic
  336. Citrus
  337. City-state
  338. Civic Crown
  339. Civitavecchia
  340. Class division
  341. Class struggle
  342. Classical Latin
  343. Classical antiquity
  344. Classical architecture
  345. Classical music
  346. Classical mythology
  347. Classical order
  348. Classical republic
  349. Classical tradition
  350. Classics
  351. Claudia Octavia
  352. Claudian
  353. Claudius
  354. Claudius Aelianus
  355. Claudius Gothicus
  356. Claustra Alpium Iuliarum
  357. Cleomenean War
  358. Cleopatra
  359. Cleopatra VII
  360. Client state
  361. Climate of Italy
  362. Climate of ancient Rome
  363. Cloaca Maxima
  364. Cloacina
  365. Clodius Albinus
  366. Clothing in ancient Rome
  367. Cockade of Italy
  368. Coin
  369. Colchester
  370. Cold War
  371. Colisseum
  372. Collegiality
  373. Collegium (ancient Rome)
  374. Colonia (Roman)
  375. Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium
  376. Colonies in antiquity
  377. Colosseum
  378. Columbian Exchange
  379. Columella
  380. Comes
  381. Comitatenses
  382. Comitia centuriata
  383. Comitia tributa
  384. Commodity
  385. Commodus
  386. Commune of Rome
  387. Compassion
  388. Composite order
  389. Comune
  390. Concordia (mythology)
  391. Concrete
  392. Conflict of the Orders
  393. Conservatism
  394. Constans
  395. Constans II
  396. Constans II (son of Constantine III)
  397. Constantine (son of Basil I)
  398. Constantine (son of Leo V)
  399. Constantine Doukas (co-emperor)
  400. Constantine I
  401. Constantine II (emperor)
  402. Constantine III (Western Roman emperor)
  403. Constantine IV
  404. Constantine IX Monomachos
  405. Constantine Lekapenos
  406. Constantine V
  407. Constantine VI
  408. Constantine VII
  409. Constantine VIII
  410. Constantine X Doukas
  411. Constantine XI Palaiologos
  412. Constantine the Great
  413. Constantine the Great and Christianity
  414. Constantinian dynasty
  415. Constantinople
  416. Constantius Chlorus
  417. Constantius II
  418. Constantius III
  419. Constitutio Antoniniana
  420. Constitution of Italy
  421. Constitution of the Late Roman Empire
  422. Constitution of the Roman Empire
  423. Constitution of the Roman Kingdom
  424. Constitution of the Roman Republic
  425. Constitutional reforms of Augustus
  426. Constitutional reforms of Julius Caesar
  427. Constitutional reforms of Sulla
  428. Constitutionalism
  429. Contemporary Latin
  430. Continental philosophy
  431. Corinthian War
  432. Cornelius Nepos
  433. Cornu (horn)
  434. Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum
  435. Corpus Juris Civilis
  436. Corpus separatum (Fiume)
  437. Corrector
  438. Corruption in Italy
  439. Corsican Republic
  440. Corvus (weapon)
  441. Cosa
  442. Cosmetics in ancient Rome
  443. Council of Europe
  444. Council of Ministers (Italy)
  445. Counter-Reformation
  446. County of Apulia and Calabria
  447. County of Aversa
  448. County of Gorizia
  449. County of Guastalla
  450. County of Nice
  451. County of Santa Fiora
  452. County of Savoy
  453. County of Sicily
  454. County of Tyrol
  455. Cradle of civilization
  456. Craiova Group
  457. Cretan War (205–200 BC)
  458. Crime in Italy
  459. Crimea
  460. Crimean War
  461. Crisis of the Third Century
  462. Crop rotation
  463. Crown Colony of Malta
  464. Crusades
  465. Ctesiphon
  466. Cucumber
  467. Cult (religious practice)
  468. Cultural assimilation
  469. Culture of Italy
  470. Culture of ancient Rome
  471. Cupid
  472. Curia
  473. Curiate Assembly
  474. Curse tablets
  475. Cursus honorum
  476. Cursus publicus
  477. Cybele
  478. Cymbal
  479. Cynicism (philosophy)
  480. Cyril of Alexandria
  481. Cádiz
  482. Dacia
  483. Dalmatia
  484. Dalmatia (Roman province)
  485. Damascus
  486. Dance
  487. Danube–Iller–Rhine Limes
  488. Dark Ages (historiography)
  489. David (son of Heraclius)
  490. De Bello Civili
  491. De Bello Gallico
  492. De architectura
  493. Dea Dia
  494. Deal, Kent
  495. Death of Cleopatra
  496. Decadence
  497. Decebalus
  498. Decemviri
  499. Decius
  500. Decline of Christianity in the Western world
  501. Decline of the Byzantine Empire
  502. Decline of the Roman Empire
  503. Defeat of Boudica
  504. Deforestation during the Roman period
  505. Demigod
  506. Democracy
  507. Demographics of Italy
  508. Demography of the Roman Empire
  509. Denarius
  510. Devil's Dykes
  511. Di Penates
  512. Diadumenian
  513. Dialect
  514. Diana (mythology)
  515. Dice game
  516. Didius Julianus
  517. Dies (deity)
  518. Dii Consentes
  519. Diocletian
  520. Diodorus Siculus
  521. Diogenes Laërtius
  522. Dionysius of Halicarnassus
  523. Direct democracy
  524. Divi filius
  525. Divus Iulius
  526. Dogado
  527. Doi (identifier)
  528. Dome
  529. Dominate
  530. Domini di Terraferma
  531. Domitian
  532. Domitian's Dacian War
  533. Donations of Alexandria
  534. Donative
  535. Donativum
  536. Dorling Kindersley
  537. Druid
  538. Drusus Julius Caesar
  539. Duchy of Amalfi
  540. Duchy of Aosta
  541. Duchy of Benevento
  542. Duchy of Castro
  543. Duchy of Ferrara
  544. Duchy of Friuli
  545. Duchy of Gaeta
  546. Duchy of Genoa
  547. Duchy of Guastalla
  548. Duchy of Ivrea
  549. Duchy of Lucca
  550. Duchy of Mantua
  551. Duchy of Massa and Carrara
  552. Duchy of Merania
  553. Duchy of Milan
  554. Duchy of Mirandola
  555. Duchy of Modena and Reggio
  556. Duchy of Montferrat
  557. Duchy of Naples
  558. Duchy of Parma
  559. Duchy of Parma and Piacenza
  560. Duchy of Perugia
  561. Duchy of Reggio
  562. Duchy of Rome
  563. Duchy of Savoy
  564. Duchy of Sora
  565. Duchy of Sorrento
  566. Duchy of Spoleto
  567. Duchy of Tridentum
  568. Duchy of Urbino
  569. Duchy of the Pentapolis
  570. Duecento
  571. Duke of San Donato
  572. Dura-Europos
  573. Dux
  574. Dīs Pater
  575. ESA
  576. EU–UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement
  577. Early European Farmer
  578. Early Middle Ages
  579. Early modern period
  580. East Anglia
  581. Eastern Christianity
  582. Eastern Mediterranean
  583. Eastern Orthodox Church
  584. Eastern Roman Empire
  585. East–West Schism
  586. Eboracum
  587. Ecclesiastical Latin
  588. Economic collapse
  589. Economic history of Italy
  590. Economy of Italy
  591. Economy of Italy
  592. Edema
  593. Edict of Milan
  594. Education in Italy
  595. Education in ancient Rome
  596. Edward Gibbon
  597. Egeria (mythology)
  598. Eggplant
  599. Egypt
  600. Elagabalus
  601. Elections in Italy
  602. Elective monarchy
  603. Electricity sector in Italy
  604. Emancipation
  605. Emblem of Italy
  606. Emesa
  607. Emirate of Bari
  608. Emirate of Sicily
  609. Emmaus Nicopolis
  610. Empire of Nicaea
  611. Empire of Thessalonica
  612. Empiricism
  613. Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition
  614. Endive
  615. Energy in Italy
  616. England
  617. English Channel
  618. Ennius
  619. Epic poetry
  620. Epicureanism
  621. Equality before the law
  622. Equestrian class
  623. Equestrian order
  624. Equites
  625. Ethos
  626. Etruria
  627. Etruscan Civilization
  628. Etruscan art
  629. Etruscan civilization
  630. Etruscan language
  631. Etruscan religion
  632. Etruscans
  633. Eudokia Makrembolitissa
  634. Eugenius
  635. Eugène Delacroix
  636. Eurolinguistics
  637. European Economic Area
  638. European Free Trade Agreement
  639. European Union
  640. European Union Customs Union
  641. European cuisine
  642. European folklore
  643. European migrant crisis
  644. European mythology
  645. Eurozone
  646. Eusebius
  647. Eutropius (historian)
  648. Exarchate of Africa
  649. Exarchate of Ravenna
  650. Executive Magistrates of the Roman Empire
  651. Executive Magistrates of the Roman Kingdom
  652. Executive Magistrates of the Roman Republic
  653. Existentialism
  654. Expansion of Macedonia under Philip II
  655. Expedition of the Thousand
  656. Eye color
  657. Fabian strategy
  658. Fabius Planciades Fulgentius
  659. Fall of Constantinople
  660. Fall of the Western Roman Empire
  661. Family in ancient Rome
  662. Farming in ancient Rome
  663. Fascist Italy (1922–1943)
  664. Fasti (poem)
  665. Fauna (deity)
  666. Fauna of Italy
  667. Faunus
  668. Feronia (mythology)
  669. Fertile Crescent
  670. Festival
  671. Festus (historian)
  672. Fiction set in ancient Rome
  673. Ficus
  674. Fides (deity)
  675. Final War of the Roman Republic
  676. Finnish paganism
  677. First Dacian War
  678. First French Empire
  679. First Italian War of Independence
  680. First Jewish-Roman War
  681. First Macedonian War
  682. First Messenian War
  683. First Mithridatic War
  684. First Peloponnesian War
  685. First Punic War
  686. First Sacred War
  687. First Servile War
  688. First Triumvirate
  689. Five Days of Milan
  690. Five Eyes
  691. Five Good Emperors
  692. Flag of Italy
  693. Flags of regions of Italy
  694. Flamen
  695. Flavia Neapolis
  696. Flavian dynasty
  697. Flora (deity)
  698. Flora of Italy
  699. Florence
  700. Florianus
  701. Flower bulb
  702. Flush toilet
  703. Foederati
  704. Folklore of Italy
  705. Follis
  706. Fontus
  707. Food and dining in the Roman Empire
  708. Foreign relations of Italy
  709. Fortuna
  710. Forum (Roman)
  711. Founding myth
  712. Founding of Rome
  713. Fourth Crusade
  714. Fourth Macedonian War
  715. Frankish mythology
  716. Franks
  717. Free State of Fiume
  718. Free Territory of Trieste
  719. Free trade
  720. Freedman
  721. Freedom of religion
  722. Freedom of speech
  723. Freedom of the press
  724. Freedom of thought
  725. French First Republic
  726. Fresco
  727. Frontinus
  728. Fullonica
  729. Fusion of Italian municipalities
  730. Gadara
  731. Gaius Caesar
  732. Gaius Calpurnius Piso (conspirator)
  733. Gaius Cassius Longinus
  734. Gaius Julius Hyginus
  735. Gaius Julius Vindex
  736. Gaius Marius
  737. Gaius Suetonius Paulinus
  738. Galba
  739. Galen
  740. Galerius
  741. Gallaecia
  742. Gallia Belgica
  743. Gallia Lugdunensis
  744. Gallia Narbonensis
  745. Gallic Empire
  746. Gallic Wars
  747. Gallienus
  748. Gallo-Roman religion
  749. Gambling
  750. Gambling in Italy
  751. Garlic
  752. Gaul
  753. Gauls
  754. Gaza City
  755. Genetic history of Italy
  756. Genius (mythology)
  757. Gens
  758. Gens Claudia
  759. Gens Julia
  760. Geography of Italy
  761. Geography of Italy
  762. Geology of Italy
  763. Gerasa
  764. Germania
  765. Germania Inferior
  766. Germanic paganism
  767. Germanic peoples
  768. Germanicus
  769. Germany
  770. Geta (emperor)
  771. Ghetto
  772. Giudicato of Agugliastra
  773. Gladiator
  774. Glassblowing
  775. Glossary of ancient Roman religion
  776. Glycerius
  777. Gnaeus Octavius (consul 87 BC)
  778. Gnaeus Pompeius (son of Pompey the Great)
  779. Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus
  780. God of war
  781. Gold glass
  782. Golden Age of Latin Literature
  783. Gordian I
  784. Gordian II
  785. Gordian III
  786. Gothic War (376–382)
  787. Gothic War (535–554)
  788. Gothic paganism
  789. Goths
  790. Governance of Italy
  791. Government of Italy
  792. Gozo (independent state)
  793. Gracchi
  794. Graffiti
  795. Grain supply to the city of Rome
  796. Grammar
  797. Grand Duchy of Tuscany
  798. Gratian
  799. Great Divergence
  800. Great Fire of Rome
  801. Great Recession
  802. Greco-Persian Wars
  803. Greco-Roman mysteries
  804. Greco-Roman world
  805. Greek Cypriots
  806. Greek alphabet
  807. Greek language
  808. Greek literature
  809. Greek mythology
  810. Greeks
  811. Greek–Punic Wars
  812. Green peas
  813. Gregorian calendar
  814. Group of Seven
  815. Guelphs and Ghibellines
  816. Guerrilla
  817. Guglielmo Ferrero
  818. Gymnasium (ancient Greece)
  819. Hadrian
  820. Hadrian's Wall
  821. Hamilcar Barca
  822. Hannibal
  823. Haplogroup R-M269
  824. Harper's Dictionary of Classical Literature and Antiquities
  825. Harry Thurston Peck
  826. Hasdrubal (Barcid)
  827. Hastati
  828. Hatra
  829. Health in Italy
  830. Hegemony
  831. Heliciculture
  832. Heliopolis of Phoenicia
  833. Hellenistic
  834. Hellenistic philosophy
  835. Hellenistic religion
  836. Helvius Pertinax
  837. Henry Francis Pelham
  838. Heraclius
  839. Heraclius (son of Constans II)
  840. Heraclius Constantine
  841. Heraklonas
  842. Herculaneum
  843. Hercules in ancient Rome
  844. Herennius Etruscus
  845. Hermitage Museum
  846. Herodian
  847. Hiero II of Syracuse
  848. High Middle Ages
  849. Hippika gymnasia
  850. Hispania
  851. Hispania Baetica
  852. Historia Augusta
  853. Histories (Tacitus)
  854. Historiography
  855. Historiography of the fall of the Western Roman Empire
  856. History of Alexandria
  857. History of Islam in southern Italy
  858. History of Italian citizenship
  859. History of Italian culture (1700s)
  860. History of Italian fashion
  861. History of Italy
  862. History of Italy
  863. History of Italy (1559–1814)
  864. History of Latin
  865. History of Roman and Byzantine domes
  866. History of Rome
  867. History of Rome (Mommsen)
  868. History of Western civilization
  869. History of Western fashion
  870. History of citizenship
  871. History of coins in Italy
  872. History of physical training and fitness
  873. History of rail transport in Italy
  874. History of the Constitution of the Late Roman Empire
  875. History of the Constitution of the Roman Empire
  876. History of the Constitution of the Roman Kingdom
  877. History of the Constitution of the Roman Republic
  878. History of the Italian Republic
  879. History of the Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946)
  880. History of the Later Roman Empire
  881. History of the Roman Constitution
  882. History of the Roman Empire
  883. Holy Roman Empire
  884. Holy See
  885. Homs
  886. Honorius (emperor)
  887. Hoplite
  888. Horace
  889. Hospitaller Malta
  890. Hostilian
  891. House
  892. House of the Vettii
  893. Howard Hayes Scullard
  894. Human rights
  895. Human rights in Italy
  896. Humanism
  897. Huns
  898. Hydatius
  899. Hydraulis
  900. Hymns
  901. Hypatia
  902. Hyperinflation
  903. ISBN (identifier)
  904. ISSN (identifier)
  905. Iberians
  906. Iceni
  907. Idealism
  908. Ides of March
  909. Il Canto degli Italiani
  910. Illyrian Wars
  911. Illyricum (Roman province)
  912. Immigration to Italy
  913. Imperator
  914. Imperial Free City of Trieste
  915. Imperial cult (ancient Rome)
  916. Imperial cult of ancient Rome
  917. Imperium
  918. Imwas
  919. Incest
  920. Incitatus
  921. Index of Italy-related articles
  922. Index of Italy-related articles
  923. Indiction
  924. Industrial Revolution
  925. Infant exposure
  926. Information age
  927. Infrastructure of Italy
  928. Insulae
  929. Insular Italy
  930. Insulated glazing
  931. Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance
  932. International law
  933. Internet
  934. Internet in Italy
  935. Interpretatio graeca
  936. Interrex
  937. Interwar period
  938. Invasion
  939. Inverted siphon
  940. Iraq
  941. Irene of Athens
  942. Iris (mythology)
  943. Iron Age
  944. Isaac I Komnenos
  945. Isaac II Angelos
  946. Israel
  947. Italia turrita
  948. Italian Armed Forces
  949. Italian Civil War
  950. Italian Empire
  951. Italian Neoclassical and 19th-century art
  952. Italian Parliament
  953. Italian Peninsula
  954. Italian Renaissance
  955. Italian Republic (Napoleonic)
  956. Italian Social Republic
  957. Italian United Provinces
  958. Italian Wars
  959. Italian art
  960. Italian city-states
  961. Italian cuisine
  962. Italian design
  963. Italian diaspora
  964. Italian economic miracle
  965. Italian fashion
  966. Italian garden
  967. Italian government debt
  968. Italian irredentism
  969. Italian language
  970. Italian literature
  971. Italian meal structure
  972. Italian philosophy
  973. Italian public administration
  974. Italian resistance movement
  975. Italian welfare state
  976. Italian wolf
  977. Italians
  978. Italic languages
  979. Italic peoples
  980. Italophilia
  981. Italy
  982. Italy
  983. Italy (Roman Empire)
  984. Italy (geographical region)
  985. Italy in the Middle Ages
  986. Ius
  987. Ivory
  988. Ixion
  989. J. B. Bury
  990. JSTOR (identifier)
  991. Jacques-Louis David
  992. Janus
  993. Jerash
  994. Jerome
  995. Jerusalem
  996. Jewish culture
  997. Jewish–Roman wars
  998. Joannes
  999. Joannes Zonaras
  1000. John Bagnall Bury
  1001. John I Tzimiskes
  1002. John II Komnenos
  1003. John III Doukas Vatatzes
  1004. John IV Laskaris
  1005. John Komnenos (son of Andronikos I)
  1006. John V Palaiologos
  1007. John VI Kantakouzenos
  1008. John VII Palaiologos
  1009. John VIII Palaiologos
  1010. John of Giscala
  1011. Jordan
  1012. Jordanes
  1013. Joseph-Noël Sylvestre
  1014. Josephus
  1015. Jovian (emperor)
  1016. Judaism
  1017. Judea (Roman province)
  1018. Judeo-Christian ethics
  1019. Judicate of Arborea
  1020. Judicate of Cagliari
  1021. Judicate of Gallura
  1022. Judicate of Logudoro
  1023. Judiciary of Italy
  1024. Jugurtha
  1025. Jugurthine War
  1026. Julia (daughter of Julius Caesar)
  1027. Julia (wife of Marius)
  1028. Julian (emperor)
  1029. Julian the Apostate
  1030. Julio-Claudian dynasty
  1031. Julius Caesar
  1032. Julius Nepos
  1033. Julius Obsequens
  1034. Julius Paulus Prudentissimus
  1035. Jumping
  1036. Juno (mythology)
  1037. Jupiter (mythology)
  1038. Jus gentium
  1039. Justin (historian)
  1040. Justin I
  1041. Justin II
  1042. Justinian I
  1043. Justinian II
  1044. Juturna
  1045. Juvenal
  1046. Kale
  1047. Kalends
  1048. Karl Jakob Weber
  1049. Kent
  1050. Khan Academy
  1051. King of Rome
  1052. Kingdom of Armenia (antiquity)
  1053. Kingdom of Etruria
  1054. Kingdom of Italy
  1055. Kingdom of Italy (476–493)
  1056. Kingdom of Italy (Holy Roman Empire)
  1057. Kingdom of Italy (Napoleonic)
  1058. Kingdom of Lombardy–Venetia
  1059. Kingdom of Naples
  1060. Kingdom of Naples (Napoleonic)
  1061. Kingdom of Sardinia
  1062. Kingdom of Sicily
  1063. Kingdom of the Lombards
  1064. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
  1065. Kithara
  1066. Kitos War
  1067. Konstantios Doukas
  1068. Kuusankoski
  1069. LGBT rights in Italy
  1070. Lactantius
  1071. Lamian War
  1072. Lancaster House Treaties
  1073. Land reform
  1074. Language
  1075. Language shift
  1076. Languages of Europe
  1077. Languages of Italy
  1078. Laodicea in Syria
  1079. Lares
  1080. Lares Familiares
  1081. Last war of the Roman Republic
  1082. Latakia
  1083. Late Latin
  1084. Late Middle Ages
  1085. Late antiquity
  1086. Late modern period
  1087. Later Roman Empire
  1088. Latifundia
  1089. Latin
  1090. Latin Church
  1091. Latin Rights
  1092. Latin War
  1093. Latin War (498–493 BC)
  1094. Latin alphabet
  1095. Latin grammar
  1096. Latin kings of Alba Longa
  1097. Latin language
  1098. Latin literature
  1099. Latins (Italic tribe)
  1100. Latium vetus
  1101. Laureys a Castro
  1102. Lautertal Limes
  1103. Laverna
  1104. Lavinia
  1105. Law enforcement in Italy
  1106. Law of Italy
  1107. Lead poisoning
  1108. Leapfrog
  1109. Lebanon
  1110. Leek
  1111. Legacy of the Roman Empire
  1112. Legal tender
  1113. Legatus
  1114. Legatus legionis
  1115. Legislative Assemblies of the Roman Empire
  1116. Legislative Assemblies of the Roman Kingdom
  1117. Legislative Assemblies of the Roman Republic
  1118. Lelantine War
  1119. Leo Diogenes
  1120. Leo I (emperor)
  1121. Leo II (emperor)
  1122. Leo III the Isaurian
  1123. Leo IV the Khazar
  1124. Leo V the Armenian
  1125. Leo VI the Wise
  1126. Leontios
  1127. Leptis Magna
  1128. Lettuce
  1129. Levant
  1130. Lex Claudia
  1131. Libanius
  1132. Liber
  1133. Liberalism
  1134. Liberatores
  1135. Liberators' civil war
  1136. Libertas
  1137. Libius Severus
  1138. Library of Alexandria
  1139. Licinius
  1140. Lictor
  1141. Ligures
  1142. Ligurian Republic
  1143. Limes (Roman Empire)
  1144. Limes Alutanus
  1145. Limes Arabicus
  1146. Limes Britannicus
  1147. Limes Germanicus
  1148. Limes Mauretaniae
  1149. Limes Moesiae
  1150. Limes Tripolitanus
  1151. Limitanei
  1152. Lindum Colonia
  1153. List of Byzantine emperors
  1154. List of European folk music traditions
  1155. List of Graeco-Roman geographers
  1156. List of Greek mythological figures
  1157. List of Italian flags
  1158. List of Italian inventions and discoveries
  1159. List of Italian regions by GDP
  1160. List of Marine Protected Areas of Italy
  1161. List of Palmyrene monarchs
  1162. List of Roman Emperors
  1163. List of Roman army unit types
  1164. List of Roman civil wars and revolts
  1165. List of Roman consuls
  1166. List of Roman deities
  1167. List of Roman dictators
  1168. List of Roman dynasties
  1169. List of Roman emperors
  1170. List of Roman generals
  1171. List of Roman gentes
  1172. List of Roman laws
  1173. List of Roman legions
  1174. List of Roman nomina
  1175. List of Roman praetors
  1176. List of Roman quaestors
  1177. List of Roman tribunes
  1178. List of Roman triumphal arches
  1179. List of Roman wars and battles
  1180. List of Roman women
  1181. List of Trapezuntine emperors
  1182. List of World Heritage Sites in Italy
  1183. List of ancient Corsican and Sardinian tribes
  1184. List of ancient Romans
  1185. List of ancient peoples of Italy
  1186. List of aqueducts in the city of Rome
  1187. List of banks in Italy
  1188. List of beaches in Italy
  1189. List of canals in Italy
  1190. List of castles in Italy
  1191. List of cathedrals in Italy
  1192. List of caves in Italy
  1193. List of cities founded by the Romans
  1194. List of cities in Italy
  1195. List of companies of Italy
  1196. List of cultural icons of Italy
  1197. List of earthquakes in Italy
  1198. List of exports of Italy
  1199. List of films set in ancient Rome
  1200. List of gardens in Italy
  1201. List of gold-glass portraits
  1202. List of historic states of Italy
  1203. List of islands of Italy
  1204. List of lakes of Italy
  1205. List of largest empires
  1206. List of libraries in Italy
  1207. List of monuments of Italy
  1208. List of mountains of Italy
  1209. List of municipalities of Italy
  1210. List of museums in Italy
  1211. List of national parks of Italy
  1212. List of palaces in Italy
  1213. List of people from Italy
  1214. List of political parties in Italy
  1215. List of pontifices maximi
  1216. List of presidents of Italy
  1217. List of prime ministers of Italy
  1218. List of regional parks of Italy
  1219. List of renamed municipalities in Italy
  1220. List of rivers of Italy
  1221. List of sieges of Constantinople
  1222. List of slaves
  1223. List of south Italian principalities
  1224. List of trade unions in Italy
  1225. List of valleys of Italy
  1226. List of volcanoes in Italy
  1227. Literary language
  1228. Lituus
  1229. Livia Drusilla
  1230. Livy
  1231. Lombards
  1232. Londinium
  1233. London
  1234. Longobardia
  1235. Lorica segmentata
  1236. Lower Germanic Limes
  1237. Lublin Triangle
  1238. Lucan
  1239. Lucania (theme)
  1240. Lucian
  1241. Lucius Antonius (brother of Mark Antony)
  1242. Lucius Cornelius Cinna
  1243. Lucius Cornelius Sulla
  1244. Lucius Julius Caesar (consul 64 BC)
  1245. Lucius Julius Caesar (consul 90 BC)
  1246. Lucius Junius Brutus
  1247. Lucius Mummius
  1248. Lucius Tarquinius Priscus
  1249. Lucius Tarquinius Superbus
  1250. Lucius Varius Rufus
  1251. Lucius Verus
  1252. Lucretius
  1253. Lugdunum
  1254. Luna (goddess)
  1255. Lutetia
  1256. Lycia
  1257. Lyon
  1258. Maccabees
  1259. Macedon
  1260. Macedonian Wars
  1261. Machiavelli
  1262. Macrinus
  1263. Macrobius
  1264. Maecenas
  1265. Magister equitum
  1266. Magister militum
  1267. Magistrate
  1268. Magna Graecia
  1269. Magnentius
  1270. Magnus Maximus
  1271. Main Limes
  1272. Mainz
  1273. Maize
  1274. Majorian
  1275. Malta Protectorate
  1276. Maltese people
  1277. Mani pulite
  1278. Maniple (military unit)
  1279. Manuel I Komnenos
  1280. Manuel II Palaiologos
  1281. Manumission
  1282. Marble
  1283. Marcellus Empiricus
  1284. March of Ancona
  1285. March of Friuli
  1286. March of Istria
  1287. March of Ivrea
  1288. March of Montferrat
  1289. March of Turin
  1290. March of Tuscany
  1291. March of Verona
  1292. Marcian
  1293. Marcomannic Wars
  1294. Marcus (son of Basiliscus)
  1295. Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (triumvir)
  1296. Marcus Aurelius
  1297. Marcus Claudius Marcellus
  1298. Marcus Claudius Marcellus (Julio-Claudian dynasty)
  1299. Marcus Cornelius Fronto
  1300. Marcus Furius Camillus
  1301. Marcus Junius Brutus
  1302. Marcus Licinius Crassus
  1303. Marcus Livius Drusus (tribune)
  1304. Marcus Manilius
  1305. Marcus Terentius Varro
  1306. Marcus Tullius Cicero
  1307. Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
  1308. Mardonius (philosopher)
  1309. Margraviate of Mantua
  1310. Maritime republics
  1311. Mark Antony
  1312. Market economy
  1313. Marquisate of Ceva
  1314. Marquisate of Finale
  1315. Marquisate of Oristano
  1316. Marquisate of Saluzzo
  1317. Marriage in ancient Rome
  1318. Mars (mythology)
  1319. Marsh
  1320. Martial
  1321. Martinian (emperor)
  1322. Masonry
  1323. Matthew Kantakouzenos
  1324. Mauretania
  1325. Maurice (emperor)
  1326. Maurus Servius Honoratus
  1327. Maxentius
  1328. Maxi Trial
  1329. Maximian
  1330. Maximinus Daza
  1331. Maximinus Thrax
  1332. Media of Italy
  1333. Medieval Latin
  1334. Mediolanum
  1335. Meditations
  1336. Mediterranean
  1337. Mediterranean Basin
  1338. Mediterranean Sea
  1339. Mehmed the Conqueror
  1340. Menai Strait
  1341. Mercantilism
  1342. Merchant
  1343. Mercury (mythology)
  1344. Mesolithic
  1345. Mesopotamia
  1346. Mesopotamia (Roman province)
  1347. Messapians
  1348. Messina
  1349. Metamorphoses
  1350. Metelli
  1351. Metellus Scipio
  1352. Metropolitan Museum of Art
  1353. Metropolitan cities of Italy
  1354. Michael Grant (author)
  1355. Michael I Rangabe
  1356. Michael II
  1357. Michael III
  1358. Michael IV the Paphlagonian
  1359. Michael IX Palaiologos
  1360. Michael Kremer
  1361. Michael Rostovtzeff
  1362. Michael V Kalaphates
  1363. Michael VI Bringas
  1364. Michael VII Doukas
  1365. Michael VIII Palaiologos
  1366. Middle Ages
  1367. Middle East
  1368. Migration Period
  1369. Military dictatorship
  1370. Military establishment of the Roman Republic
  1371. Military history
  1372. Military history of Italy
  1373. Military history of Italy during World War I
  1374. Military history of Italy during World War II
  1375. Military history of ancient Rome
  1376. Military of Italy
  1377. Military of ancient Rome
  1378. Military settlement
  1379. Military tribune
  1380. Militia
  1381. Minerva
  1382. Mithraism
  1383. Mithridates VI
  1384. Mithridatic Wars
  1385. Modern Paganism
  1386. Modern history
  1387. Moesia
  1388. Moldova
  1389. Monochrome
  1390. Morocco
  1391. Mos maiorum
  1392. Mosaic
  1393. Mullet (fish)
  1394. Museo Pio-Clementino
  1395. Music
  1396. Music history of Italy
  1397. Music of Italy
  1398. Music of ancient Greece
  1399. Music of ancient Rome
  1400. Music theory
  1401. Muslim conquest of Armenia
  1402. Muslim conquest of Egypt
  1403. Mysteries of Isis
  1404. Myth and ritual
  1405. Mythology of Italy
  1406. NATO
  1407. Nabatea
  1408. Naevius Sutorius Macro
  1409. Name of Italy
  1410. Names of the days of the week
  1411. Naples National Archaeological Museum
  1412. Napoleon
  1413. Napoleon I of France
  1414. Narbo Martius
  1415. Narrative
  1416. National colours of Italy
  1417. National symbols of Italy
  1418. Natural law
  1419. Naturalis Historia
  1420. Naval tactics in the Age of Galleys
  1421. Navarch
  1422. Nazi salute
  1423. Neapolitan Republic (1647)
  1424. Near East
  1425. Neckar-Odenwald Limes
  1426. Nennig
  1427. Neolithic Revolution
  1428. Neoplatonism
  1429. Nephele
  1430. Nepotianus
  1431. Neptune (mythology)
  1432. Nero
  1433. Nero Claudius Drusus
  1434. Nerva
  1435. Nerva–Antonine dynasty
  1436. New Latin
  1437. New World
  1438. Nexum
  1439. Nicholas Laskaris (son of Theodore I)
  1440. Nicolaus of Damascus
  1441. Nikephoros (son of Artabasdos)
  1442. Nikephoros Diogenes
  1443. Nikephoros I
  1444. Nikephoros II Phokas
  1445. Nikephoros III Botaneiates
  1446. Nobility
  1447. Nobility of Italy
  1448. Nones (liturgy)
  1449. Nonius Marcellus
  1450. Nordic Council
  1451. Norican Limes
  1452. Norm (sociology)
  1453. Norman conquest of southern Italy
  1454. North Africa during Antiquity
  1455. North African
  1456. North Sea
  1457. Northeast Italy
  1458. Northern Italy
  1459. Northwest Italy
  1460. Novus homo
  1461. Numa Pompilius
  1462. Numantia
  1463. Numen
  1464. Numerian
  1465. Numidia
  1466. Numitor
  1467. Nundinae
  1468. Nuragic civilization
  1469. Nusaybin
  1470. Oath of the Horatii
  1471. Odeon (building)
  1472. Odoacer
  1473. Officium (ancient Rome)
  1474. Old Italic alphabet
  1475. Old Latin
  1476. Old Norse religion
  1477. Old World
  1478. Oligarchy
  1479. Olive
  1480. Olive oil
  1481. Olybrius
  1482. Onion
  1483. Optimates
  1484. Orcus
  1485. Orders, decorations, and medals of Italy
  1486. Orestes (father of Romulus Augustulus)
  1487. Orestes (prefect)
  1488. Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
  1489. Organized crime in Italy
  1490. Orgy
  1491. Orosius
  1492. Ostia Antica
  1493. Ostrogothic Kingdom
  1494. Otho
  1495. Outline of ancient Rome
  1496. Outline of classical studies
  1497. Outline of political science
  1498. Overthrow of the Roman monarchy
  1499. Ovid
  1500. Oxford University Press
  1501. Oyster farming
  1502. PMC (identifier)
  1503. PMID (identifier)
  1504. Pacific Islands Forum
  1505. Pack animal
  1506. Paedagogi
  1507. Paganism
  1508. Palatine Hill
  1509. Palestinian territories
  1510. Palestrina
  1511. Palmyra
  1512. Palmyrene Empire
  1513. Pannonia
  1514. Pannonia Superior
  1515. Pannonian Limes
  1516. Pantheon, Rome
  1517. Papal States
  1518. Papinian
  1519. Paradox of tolerance
  1520. Parallel Lives
  1521. Parsnip
  1522. Parthenopean Republic
  1523. Parthia
  1524. Parthian Empire
  1525. Pater familias
  1526. Pater patriae
  1527. Patria del Friuli
  1528. Patriarch
  1529. Patrician (ancient Rome)
  1530. Patronage in ancient Rome
  1531. Pausanias (geographer)
  1532. Pax Romana
  1533. Pear
  1534. Pedanius Dioscorides
  1535. Peloponnesian War
  1536. Periods in Western art history
  1537. Peripatetic school
  1538. Peritrope
  1539. Persecution of Christians
  1540. Persia
  1541. Persian Empire
  1542. Pertinax
  1543. Perusine War
  1544. Pescennius Niger
  1545. Petra
  1546. Petronius
  1547. Petronius Maximus
  1548. Phaedrus (fabulist)
  1549. Philip II (Roman emperor)
  1550. Philip the Arab
  1551. Philippikos Bardanes
  1552. Philosophy of science
  1553. Philostratus
  1554. Phlegon of Tralles
  1555. Phocas
  1556. Phoenicia
  1557. Photios I of Constantinople
  1558. Piacenza
  1559. Picentes
  1560. Piedmontese Republic
  1561. Pietas
  1562. Plague of Cyprian
  1563. Plague of Justinian
  1564. Plautus
  1565. Plebeian Council
  1566. Plebeians
  1567. Plebs
  1568. Pliny the Elder
  1569. Pliny the Younger
  1570. Plutarch
  1571. Pluto (mythology)
  1572. Po Valley
  1573. Polenta
  1574. Political history of the Roman military
  1575. Political institutions of ancient Rome
  1576. Politician
  1577. Politics of Ancient Rome
  1578. Politics of Italy
  1579. Politics of Italy
  1580. Politics of ancient Rome
  1581. Polyaenus
  1582. Polybius
  1583. Pomerium
  1584. Pomona (mythology)
  1585. Pompeian Styles
  1586. Pompeii
  1587. Pompey
  1588. Pomponius Mela
  1589. Pont du Gard
  1590. Pontic–Caspian steppe
  1591. Pontifex Maximus
  1592. Pontifex maximus
  1593. Pontus (region)
  1594. Populares
  1595. Pork
  1596. Porphyry (philosopher)
  1597. Portugal
  1598. Poseidon
  1599. Post-structuralism
  1600. Postage stamps and postal history of Italy
  1601. Postumus
  1602. Post–Cold War era
  1603. Potato
  1604. Pound (weight)
  1605. Pozzolana
  1606. Praeneste
  1607. Praeses
  1608. Praetor
  1609. Praetor peregrinus
  1610. Praetor urbanus
  1611. Praetorian Guard
  1612. Praetorian prefect
  1613. Praetorian prefecture of Italy
  1614. Pre-Nuragic Sardinia
  1615. Precious metal
  1616. Prefect
  1617. Prehistoric Italy
  1618. Prehistory of Iran
  1619. President of Italy
  1620. Priapus
  1621. Prime Minister of Italy
  1622. Prince of Piedmont
  1623. Prince-Bishopric of Trent
  1624. Princely County of Gorizia and Gradisca
  1625. Princeps
  1626. Princeps senatus
  1627. Principality of Capua
  1628. Principality of Elba
  1629. Principality of Lucca and Piombino
  1630. Principality of Piombino
  1631. Principality of Pontecorvo
  1632. Principality of Salerno
  1633. Principality of Taranto
  1634. Principate
  1635. Principes
  1636. Priscian
  1637. Priscus
  1638. Priscus Attalus
  1639. Probus (emperor)
  1640. Procopius
  1641. Procopius (usurper)
  1642. Promagistrate
  1643. Propertius
  1644. Proscription
  1645. Proserpina
  1646. Protestantism
  1647. Provinces of Italy
  1648. Ptolemaic Egypt
  1649. Ptolemais in Phoenicia
  1650. Public holidays in Italy
  1651. Publius Septimius Geta
  1652. Punic Wars
  1653. Punics
  1654. Pupienus
  1655. Purdue University
  1656. Pyrrhic War
  1657. Pyrrhus of Epirus
  1658. Pythagoreanism
  1659. Quaestor
  1660. Quarry
  1661. Quattrocento
  1662. Queen of Kings
  1663. Quinquereme
  1664. Quintilian
  1665. Quintillus
  1666. Quintus Aemilius Laetus
  1667. Quintus Aurelius Symmachus
  1668. Quintus Caecilius Metellus Numidicus
  1669. Quintus Claudius Quadrigarius
  1670. Quintus Curtius Rufus
  1671. Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus
  1672. Quintus Fabius Pictor
  1673. Quintus Tullius Cicero
  1674. Quirinus
  1675. Racing
  1676. Radish
  1677. Raetia
  1678. Rationalism
  1679. Rattle (percussion instrument)
  1680. Ravenna
  1681. Realism (visual arts)
  1682. Realm
  1683. Reconstruction (architecture)
  1684. Red Sea
  1685. Red hair
  1686. Reformation
  1687. Regia
  1688. Regional Italian
  1689. Regions of Italy
  1690. Reign of Cleopatra VII
  1691. Rein Taagepera
  1692. Relativism
  1693. Relief
  1694. Religion in Italy
  1695. Religion in ancient Rome
  1696. Renaissance
  1697. Renaissance Latin
  1698. Renewable energy in Italy
  1699. Republic
  1700. Republic of Ancona
  1701. Republic of Cospaia
  1702. Republic of Florence
  1703. Republic of Genoa
  1704. Republic of Lucca
  1705. Republic of Massa
  1706. Republic of Noli
  1707. Republic of Pisa
  1708. Republic of San Marco
  1709. Republic of Sassari
  1710. Republic of Siena
  1711. Republic of Venice
  1712. Res publica
  1713. Revolutions of 1820
  1714. Revolutions of 1830
  1715. Revolutions of 1848 in the Italian states
  1716. Rex Sacrorum
  1717. Rhea Silvia
  1718. Rhetoric
  1719. Rhine
  1720. Rhône
  1721. Rice
  1722. Richard Miles (historian)
  1723. Right to life
  1724. Right to property
  1725. River Tiber
  1726. Roma (mythology)
  1727. Roman Britain
  1728. Roman Catholic Ancient Diocese of Tarentaise
  1729. Roman Constitution
  1730. Roman Dacia
  1731. Roman Egypt
  1732. Roman Emperor
  1733. Roman Empire
  1734. Roman Forum
  1735. Roman Imperial currency
  1736. Roman Italy
  1737. Roman Kingdom
  1738. Roman Magistrate
  1739. Roman Magistrates
  1740. Roman Republic
  1741. Roman Republic (18th century)
  1742. Roman Republic (19th century)
  1743. Roman Republican currency
  1744. Roman Senate
  1745. Roman Syria
  1746. Roman Thrace
  1747. Roman agriculture
  1748. Roman amphitheatre
  1749. Roman aqueduct
  1750. Roman aqueducts
  1751. Roman architectural revolution
  1752. Roman architecture
  1753. Roman army
  1754. Roman art
  1755. Roman assemblies
  1756. Roman bridge
  1757. Roman calendar
  1758. Roman censor
  1759. Roman circus
  1760. Roman citizenship
  1761. Roman commerce
  1762. Roman concrete
  1763. Roman conquest of Anglesey
  1764. Roman conquest of Britain
  1765. Roman conquest of Italy
  1766. Roman conquest of the Iberian Peninsula
  1767. Roman constitutional law
  1768. Roman consul
  1769. Roman currency
  1770. Roman dictator
  1771. Roman economy
  1772. Roman emperor
  1773. Roman engineering
  1774. Roman festivals
  1775. Roman finance
  1776. Roman folklore
  1777. Roman governor
  1778. Roman hairstyles
  1779. Roman historiography
  1780. Roman infantry tactics
  1781. Roman invasion of Caledonia 208–210
  1782. Roman law
  1783. Roman legion
  1784. Roman litigation
  1785. Roman magistrate
  1786. Roman metallurgy
  1787. Roman military
  1788. Roman military decorations and punishments
  1789. Roman military engineering
  1790. Roman military frontiers and fortifications
  1791. Roman military personal equipment
  1792. Roman mythology
  1793. Roman naming conventions
  1794. Roman navy
  1795. Roman numerals
  1796. Roman people
  1797. Roman portraiture
  1798. Roman province
  1799. Roman road
  1800. Roman roads
  1801. Roman salute
  1802. Roman sculpture
  1803. Roman siege engines
  1804. Roman technology
  1805. Roman temple
  1806. Roman theatre (structure)
  1807. Roman timekeeping
  1808. Roman tribe
  1809. Roman villa
  1810. Roman-Etruscan Wars
  1811. Roman-Latin wars
  1812. Roman-Sabine wars
  1813. Romance languages
  1814. Romania
  1815. Romanization (cultural)
  1816. Romano-Germanic culture
  1817. Romanos I Lekapenos
  1818. Romanos II
  1819. Romanos III Argyros
  1820. Romanos IV Diogenes
  1821. Roman–Iranian relations
  1822. Roman–Latin wars
  1823. Roman–Parthian War of 58–63
  1824. Roman–Parthian Wars
  1825. Roman–Persian Wars
  1826. Roman–Syrian War
  1827. Rome
  1828. Romulus
  1829. Romulus Augustulus
  1830. Romulus and Remus
  1831. Ronald Syme
  1832. Rule of law
  1833. S2CID (identifier)
  1834. SPQR
  1835. SUDOC (identifier)
  1836. Sabine
  1837. Sack of Rome (410)
  1838. Sacred grove
  1839. Saida, Lebanon
  1840. Salacia
  1841. Sallust
  1842. Saloninus
  1843. Salting the earth
  1844. Salus
  1845. Samandağ
  1846. Samian War
  1847. Samnite Wars
  1848. Samnites
  1849. Sanitary sewer
  1850. Sanitation
  1851. Sanitation in ancient Rome
  1852. Sardinia
  1853. Sardinian medieval kingdoms
  1854. Sasanian Empire
  1855. Sassanid
  1856. Saturn (mythology)
  1857. Sausage
  1858. Savoyard state
  1859. Saxon Shore
  1860. Saône
  1861. Schengen
  1862. Scholasticism
  1863. Science (journal)
  1864. Science and technology in Italy
  1865. Scientific Revolution
  1866. Scipio Aemilianus
  1867. Scipio Africanus
  1868. Scotland
  1869. Sculpture of Italy
  1870. Scutum (shield)
  1871. Sebastia, Nablus
  1872. Secessio plebis
  1873. Second Cold War
  1874. Second Dacian War
  1875. Second Italian War of Independence
  1876. Second Macedonian War
  1877. Second Messenian War
  1878. Second Mithridatic War
  1879. Second Punic War
  1880. Second Sacred War
  1881. Second Servile War
  1882. Second Triumvirate
  1883. Secular humanism
  1884. Secularism
  1885. Securitas
  1886. Seicento
  1887. Sejanus
  1888. Seleucia
  1889. Seleucia Pieria
  1890. Seleucid Empire
  1891. Senate of the Roman Empire
  1892. Senate of the Roman Kingdom
  1893. Senate of the Roman Republic
  1894. Senatus consultum
  1895. Senatus consultum ultimum
  1896. Seneca the Elder
  1897. Seneca the Younger
  1898. Separation of powers
  1899. Septimius Severus
  1900. Servius Tullius
  1901. Sestertius
  1902. Seven hills of Rome
  1903. Seven-day week
  1904. Severan Tondo
  1905. Severan dynasty
  1906. Severus Alexander
  1907. Severus II
  1908. Sextus Pompeius Festus
  1909. Sexuality in ancient Rome
  1910. Shahba
  1911. She-wolf (Roman mythology)
  1912. Sicilia (Roman province)
  1913. Sicilian revolution of 1848
  1914. Sicily
  1915. Sicily (theme)
  1916. Sidon
  1917. Sidonius Apollinaris
  1918. Siege of Constantinople (1204)
  1919. Siege of Jerusalem (70 CE)
  1920. Silbannacus
  1921. Silius Italicus
  1922. Silvanus (mythology)
  1923. Simon bar Giora
  1924. Simplicius of Cilicia
  1925. Singidunum
  1926. Skin color
  1927. Slavery
  1928. Slavery in ancient Rome
  1929. Slavery in antiquity
  1930. Slavic paganism
  1931. Smallholding
  1932. Smarthistory
  1933. Smyrna
  1934. Social War (220–217 BC)
  1935. Social War (357–355 BC)
  1936. Social War (91-88 BC)
  1937. Social War (91–87 BC)
  1938. Social War (91–88 BC)
  1939. Social class in Italy
  1940. Social class in ancient Rome
  1941. Social hierarchy
  1942. Socialism
  1943. Sol (Roman mythology)
  1944. South Italy
  1945. Southern Europe
  1946. Southern Italy
  1947. Sozomen
  1948. Spain
  1949. Spania
  1950. Special Relationship
  1951. Spes
  1952. Spinach
  1953. Spoken language
  1954. Sport in Italy
  1955. Squid
  1956. St Albans
  1957. Standard Average European
  1958. Standing army
  1959. State church of the Roman Empire
  1960. State of the Presidi
  1961. Statius
  1962. Stato da Màr
  1963. Status in Roman legal system
  1964. Staurakios
  1965. Staurakios (son of Michael I)
  1966. Stephanus of Byzantium
  1967. Stephen Lekapenos
  1968. Steppe ancestry
  1969. Stilicho
  1970. Stipend
  1971. Stoicism
  1972. Strabo
  1973. Strategy of the Roman military
  1974. Structural history of the Roman military
  1975. Subalpine Republic
  1976. Suebi
  1977. Suetonius
  1978. Sulla
  1979. Sulla's civil war
  1980. Sundial
  1981. Suruç
  1982. Syracuse, Sicily
  1983. Syria
  1984. Syria Palaestina
  1985. Syrian
  1986. Taberna
  1987. Tacitus
  1988. Tacitus (emperor)
  1989. Tadmur
  1990. Tambourine
  1991. Tap water
  1992. Taranto
  1993. Tarquin the Proud
  1994. Taunus
  1995. Tavern
  1996. Tax farming
  1997. Taxation in Italy
  1998. Technological history of the Roman military
  1999. Telecommunications in Italy
  2000. Television in Italy
  2001. Tende
  2002. Terence
  2003. Terra (mythology)
  2004. Terra Sancti Benedicti
  2005. Terrorism in Italy
  2006. Tertullian
  2007. Tetrarchy
  2008. Teutones
  2009. Thalassocracy
  2010. The Color of Life
  2011. The Golden Ass
  2012. The Histories (Polybius)
  2013. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  2014. The Jewish War
  2015. The Orator
  2016. The Rape of the Sabine Women
  2017. The Story of Civilization
  2018. The Twelve Caesars
  2019. Theatre of ancient Rome
  2020. Thekla (daughter of Theophilos)
  2021. Themistius
  2022. Theodor Mommsen
  2023. Theodora (empress)
  2024. Theodora Porphyrogenita
  2025. Theodore I Laskaris
  2026. Theodore II Laskaris
  2027. Theodoret
  2028. Theodosian dynasty
  2029. Theodosius (son of Maurice)
  2030. Theodosius I
  2031. Theodosius II
  2032. Theodosius III
  2033. Theophilos (emperor)
  2034. Theophylact (son of Michael I)
  2035. Thermae
  2036. Third Italian War of Independence
  2037. Third Macedonian War
  2038. Third Mithridatic War
  2039. Third Punic War
  2040. Third Sacred War
  2041. Third Servile War
  2042. Three Seas Initiative
  2043. Tiber
  2044. Tiber River
  2045. Tiberinus (god)
  2046. Tiberius
  2047. Tiberius (son of Constans II)
  2048. Tiberius (son of Justinian II)
  2049. Tiberius Gemellus
  2050. Tiberius II Constantine
  2051. Tiberius III
  2052. Tibullus
  2053. Timeline of Italian history
  2054. Timeline of Roman history
  2055. Titus
  2056. Titus Labienus
  2057. Titus Pomponius Atticus
  2058. Toga
  2059. Toleration
  2060. Tomato
  2061. Tomb of the Leopards
  2062. Torture
  2063. Totalitarian
  2064. Tourism in Italy
  2065. Tower
  2066. Trade (profession)
  2067. Trade secret
  2068. Traditions of Italy
  2069. Tragedy
  2070. Trajan
  2071. Trajan's Bridge
  2072. Trajan's Column
  2073. Trajan's Dacian Wars
  2074. Trajan's Forum
  2075. Trajan's Market
  2076. Trajan's Parthian campaign
  2077. Trajan's Wall
  2078. Tranquillitas
  2079. Transpadane Republic
  2080. Transport in Italy
  2081. Trebonianus Gallus
  2082. Trecento
  2083. Triarii
  2084. Tribal Assembly
  2085. Tribune
  2086. Tribune of the plebs
  2087. Tribuni militum consulari potestate
  2088. Triclinium
  2089. Trier
  2090. Trier Amphitheater
  2091. Trireme
  2092. Triumvirate
  2093. Trojan War
  2094. Troy
  2095. Tullus Hostilius
  2096. Tunisia
  2097. Turin
  2098. Turkey
  2099. Turkic peoples
  2100. Turnip
  2101. Turnus
  2102. Tuscan order
  2103. Twelve Tables
  2104. Tyre, Lebanon
  2105. UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  2106. Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa
  2107. Umbri
  2108. Umm Qais
  2109. Unification of Italy
  2110. United Provinces of Central Italy
  2111. United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement
  2112. Universal history
  2113. Universal suffrage
  2114. University of Chicago Press
  2115. University of Notre Dame
  2116. Upper Germanic-Rhaetian Limes
  2117. VIAF (identifier)
  2118. Valens
  2119. Valentinian I
  2120. Valentinian II
  2121. Valentinian III
  2122. Valentinianic dynasty
  2123. Valerian (emperor)
  2124. Valerius Antias
  2125. Valerius Maximus
  2126. Valerius Valens
  2127. Values (Western philosophy)
  2128. Vandal Kingdom
  2129. Vandalic War
  2130. Vandals
  2131. Vatican Museums
  2132. Vegetable
  2133. Veio
  2134. Velites
  2135. Velleius Paterculus
  2136. Venezia Giulia
  2137. Venus (mythology)
  2138. Veritas
  2139. Verrius Flaccus
  2140. Vertumnus
  2141. Verulamium
  2142. Vespasian
  2143. Vesta (mythology)
  2144. Vestal Virgin
  2145. Vetranio
  2146. Vexillation
  2147. Vicarius
  2148. Victor (emperor)
  2149. Victor Duruy
  2150. Victoria (mythology)
  2151. Vigintisexviri
  2152. Villa Boscoreale
  2153. Villa Romana del Casale
  2154. Villa of the Mysteries
  2155. Villa of the Papyri
  2156. Villa rustica
  2157. Vindobona
  2158. Virgil
  2159. Visegrád Group
  2160. Visigoths
  2161. Vitellius
  2162. Vitruvius
  2163. Vocabulary
  2164. Volcanism of Italy
  2165. Volubilis
  2166. Volusianus
  2167. Vomitorium
  2168. Vulcan (mythology)
  2169. Vulgar Latin
  2170. Wales
  2171. War against Nabis
  2172. War of Actium
  2173. War of the Sicilian Vespers
  2174. War on terror
  2175. Wars of Alexander the Great
  2176. Wars of the Delian League
  2177. Wars of the Diadochi
  2178. Water clock
  2179. Wayback Machine
  2180. West Nordic Council
  2181. Western Bloc
  2182. Western Christianity
  2183. Western Europe
  2184. Western European and Others Group
  2185. Western Hunter Gatherer
  2186. Western Roman Empire
  2187. Western astrology
  2188. Western canon
  2189. Western civilization
  2190. Western culture
  2191. Western dress codes
  2192. Western esotericism
  2193. Western law
  2194. Western literature
  2195. Western media
  2196. Western painting
  2197. Western pattern diet
  2198. Western philosophy
  2199. Western religions
  2200. Western world
  2201. Wetterau Limes
  2202. Women in Italy
  2203. Women in ancient Rome
  2204. Word stem
  2205. Works attributed to Florus
  2206. World Heritage Site
  2207. World War I
  2208. World War II
  2209. Wrestling
  2210. Year of the Five Emperors
  2211. Year of the Four Emperors
  2212. Years of Lead (Italy)
  2213. Yeoman
  2214. Young Italy (historical)
  2215. Zeno (emperor)
  2216. Zenobia
  2217. Zeus
  2218. Zosimus (historian)
  2219. Zoë Porphyrogenita
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