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Keltoi
Keltoi
The Gauls emerged around the 5th century BCE as the bearers of the La Tène culture north of the Alps. These Celts were an influential, vigorous people: their migration has taken them to the shores of the Mediterranean; they have invaded Macedon, Illyria, Thrace and Asia Minor; they have sacked Rome.

Gaulish society was dominated by the druid priestly class and each tribe had a council of elders, and initially a king. Later, the executive was an annually-elected magistrate. Although the tribes were moderately stable political entities, Gaul as a whole tended to be politically divided, there being virtually no unity among the various tribes. Only during particularly trying times, such as the invasion of Caesar, could the Gauls unite under a single leader like Vercingetorix.
Eravisci
Eravisci
Insubres
Insubres
Liguria
Liguria
Nori
Nori
Raeti
Raeti
Scordisci
Scordisci
Triballi
Triballi
Veneti
Veneti
Poleis Hellenikai
Poleis Hellenikai
Most of the Greek states are polises, cities with surrounding villages. The world-renowned culture of the Greeks relies on the toil of farmers, the skills of merchants and soldiers, and the wits of philosophers. The Ancient Greek city-state developed during the Archaic period as the ancestor of city, state, and citizenship and persisted well into Roman times.

The poleis were not like other ancient city-states which were ruled by a king or a small oligarchy, but rather political entities ruled by their bodies of citizens. During the Hellenistic period, which marks the decline of the classical polis, some cities remained independent for a long time, with the last ciy-state, Rhodes, falling to Rome in 43 BCE.
Athenai
Athenai
Kypros
Kypros
Kyrenaike
Kyrenaike
Epeiros
Epeiros
Knossos
Knossos
Massalia
Massalia
Rhodos
Rhodos
Lydia
Lydia
Sparta
Sparta
Syrakousai
Syrakousai
Trapezos
Trapezos
Aetolian League
Aetolian League
Poleis Hellenikai Civil War
Athenian Boule
Athenian Boule
Epirean Nobles
Epirean Nobles
Spartan Gerousia
Spartan Gerousia
Syrakousai Nobles
Syrakousai Nobles
Rhodian Separatists
Rhodian Separatists
Romani
Romani
Rome will rule the world. It is her destiny and always has been.

Claiming a line of descent back to the Hercules, Romans are not lacking in pride. Romans are not lacking in ferocity: their city was founded by Romulus and Remus, twins raised by a wolf. Roman armies may have been beaten, but they have always dragged themselves back into any fight, and battled on.

And now, surrounded by rivals and potential enemies, Rome faces challenges at every turn. He who rules in Rome can rule the world, but only through the glory of conquest!
Roma
Roma
Romani Civil War
Defensores Senatus
Defensores Senatus
Galli
Galli
The Gauls emerged around the 5th century BCE as the bearers of the La Tène culture north of the Alps. These Celts were an influential, vigorous people: their migration has taken them to the shores of the Mediterranean; they have invaded Macedon, Illyria, Thrace and Asia Minor; they have sacked Rome.

Gaulish society was dominated by the druid priestly class and each tribe had a council of elders, and initially a king. Later, the executive was an annually-elected magistrate. Although the tribes were moderately stable political entities, Gaul as a whole tended to be politically divided, there being virtually no unity among the various tribes. Only during particularly trying times, such as the invasion of Caesar, could the Gauls unite under a single leader like Vercingetorix.
Aedui
Aedui
Atrebates
Atrebates
Arverni
Arverni
Boii
Boii
Carnutes
Carnutes
Koinon Galaton
Koinon Galaton
Helvetii
Helvetii
Namnetes
Namnetes
Nervii
Nervii
Pictones
Pictones
Sequani
Sequani
Treveri
Treveri
Vivisci
Vivisci
Volcae
Volcae
Volcae Tectosages
Volcae Tectosages
Galli Civil War
Arverni Tribal Council
Arverni Tribal Council
Boii Tribal Council
Boii Tribal Council
Galatian Tribal Council
Galatian Tribal Council
Nervii Tribal Council
Nervii Tribal Council
Germani
Germani
The Germanic tribes are fearless warriors, entirely at home in their dark and forbidding forests, worshipping dark, forbidding gods. Their name, in Latin, is a Gallic borrowing, "ger" and "mani" meaning near-men or neighbours. They are not given to acting in a neighbourly fashion: they will take from the weak, and value their independence above all. The Germanic people originated on the North German Plain as well as southern Scandinavia. By the 2nd century BCE, they began expanding into eastern Europe and southward into Celtic territory. Roman sources recount the migrating Germanic people who invaded areas considered part of Imperial Rome. Unsurprisingly, this cultural confrontation resulted in war between the Roman Republic and the Germanic tribes. The Cimbri crossed into Noricum in 113 BCE looking for food and usable land when they confronted and defeated a Roman army. A combined force of Cimbri and Teutoni squared off against additional armies from Rome in 109 and 105 BCE, vanquishing them in the process.

In the Augustan period, there was, as a result of Roman activity as far as the Elbe River, a first definition of the "Germania magna": from the Rhine and Danube rivers in the West and South to the Vistula and the Baltic Sea in the East and North. In 9 CE, a revolt of their Germanic subjects headed by the supposed Roman ally, Arminius, (along with his decisive defeat of Publius Quinctilius Varus and the destruction of 3 Roman legions in the surprise attack on the Romans at the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest) ended in the withdrawal of the Roman frontier to the Rhine. Occupying Germania had proven too costly and this withdrawal ended 28 years of Roman campaigning across the North European plains. In the absence of large-scale political unification, such as that imposed forcibly by the Romans, the various tribes remained free, led by their own hereditary or chosen leaders.
Aestii
Aestii
Anartes
Anartes
Budini
Budini
Heruskoz
Heruskoz
Kimbroz
Kimbroz
Freisias
Freisias
Gutones
Gutones
Leugoz
Leugoz
Markamannoz
Markamannoz
Rugoz
Rugoz
Sweboz
Sweboz
Ubii
Ubii
Germani Civil War
Sweboz Tribal Council
Sweboz Tribal Council
Leugoz Tribal Council
Leugoz Tribal Council
Arzah-bum
Arzah-bum
Based on the remnants of Babylonian, Assyrian and Median empires, the Achaemenids built up the first true super-state, touching three continents. After the fall of Persia, the old traditions were respected by the conquerors, and the old territorial administration survived for long time.

The colourful people of the multi-national empire were tolerant and receptive, nourishing the hellenisation of the state and the survival of the old ways alike. The Seleucid Empire is beginning to fragment and these eastern kingdoms now have the opportunity to form empires of their own.
Harauvatis
Harauvatis
Ardhan
Ardhan
Haraiva
Haraiva
Hayasdan
Hayasdan
Bithynia
Bithynia
Katpatuka
Katpatuka
Zranka
Zranka
Kartli
Kartli
Xvarazm
Xvarazm
Mada
Mada
Atropatkan
Atropatkan
Parthava
Parthava
Parthia
Parthia
Parsa
Parsa
Pontos
Pontos
Asagarta
Asagarta
Sinope
Sinope
Arzah-bum Civil War
Hayasdan Nobles
Hayasdan Nobles
Parthian Nobles
Parthian Nobles
Pontic Nobles
Pontic Nobles
Atropatkan Nobles
Atropatkan Nobles
Daci, Thraci et Illyrii
Daci, Thraci et Illyrii
The Daco-Thracian tribes were a formidable people known for their warrior culture. Divided into separate tribes, the Thracians did not manage to form a lasting political organization until the Odrysian state was founded in the fifth century BCE. A strong Dacian state appeared in the first century BCE, during the reign of King Burebista. Viewed as bloodthirsty and warlike barbarians by the Greeks and Romans, these cultures were actually highly developed. Although many lived in simple villages, fortified cities such as Sarmizegetusa display the level of development these tribes reached.

The Illyrians were known for their raiding proclivities along the Adriatic coast. Living in a harsh, mountainous region, they often turned to the riches of the sea and became formidable pirates that preyed on the merchants of the Mediterranian. It took multiple wars for the Romans to finally subdue the Illyrian pirates for good.
Ardiaei
Ardiaei
Bastarnoz
Bastarnoz
Apulii
Apulii
Breuci
Breuci
Daorsi
Daorsi
Dalmatae
Dalmatae
Getae
Getae
Basileion Odryson
Basileion Odryson
Tolistobogii
Tolistobogii
Daci
Daci
Thyni
Thyni
Daci, Thraci et Illyrii Civil War
Ardiaei Tribal Council
Ardiaei Tribal Council
Getae Tribal Council
Getae Tribal Council
Odrysian Tribal Council
Odrysian Tribal Council
Tolistobogii Tribal Council
Tolistobogii Tribal Council
Iberi
Iberi
The various Iberian and Celtiberian tribes of Hispania are a valiant and resourceful people. The Iberian culture developed from the 6th century BCE, in the eastern and southern coasts of the Iberian peninsula. The Iberians lived in villages and fortified settlements, and their communities were based on a tribal organization. The Iberians in the Spanish Levant were more urbanized than their neighbors in the central and northwestern regions of the Iberian peninsula. The peoples in the central and northwest regions were mostly Celtic, semi-pastoral, and lived in scattered villages, though they also had a few fortified towns like Numantia.They had a knowledge of writing, metalworking, including bronze, and agricultural techniques.

The Celtiberians were the most influential ethnic group in pre-Roman Iberia, but they had their largest impact on history during the Second Punic War, during which they became the allies of Carthage in its conflict with Rome, and crossed the Alps in the mixed forces under Hannibal's command. As a result of the defeat of Carthage, the Celtiberians first submitted to Rome in 195 BCE; however, conflicts between various semi-independent bands of Celtiberians continued for decades.
Arevaci
Arevaci
Cantabri
Cantabri
Celtici
Celtici
Cessetani
Cessetani
Edetani
Edetani
Gallaeci
Gallaeci
Lusotannan
Lusotannan
Turdetani
Turdetani
Iberi Civil War
Arevaci Tribal Council
Arevaci Tribal Council
Lusotannan Tribal Council
Lusotannan Tribal Council
Edetani Separatists
Edetani Separatists
Edamim Afrikanim
Edamim Afrikanim
The Berbers or 'Amazighen' are the native people of Libya, with many different tribes settled from the far west in Mauretania to the east on the borders of Egypt, and south towards the edge of the Sahara Desert. Some Berber groups such as the Mauri and Numidian kingdoms had more sedentary populations living in villages, tilling the soil and tending herds. The Gaetuli, Garamantes and Nasamones lived a more nomadic life as pastoral nomads along the fringes of the desert. A proud and fiercely independent people, these peoples are all united by their excellent horsemanship and a love of trade.

The Ethiopian and Nubian Kingdoms are as old as Egypt itself, and still have a rivalry with their northern neigbour. The Kingdom of Kush even ruled as Egyptian pharaohs themselves once, but that time has now long past. These peoples are largly nomadic tribsmen living off their herds, but large populations also live in ancient cities such as Meroe and Axum. The Kushites may try to reclaim Egypt in the future and the Axumites have their eyes on Arabia, but perhaps they may have to deal with each other first?
Aksum
Aksum
Blemmyai
Blemmyai
Gaetuli
Gaetuli
Igharimen
Igharimen
Libya
Libya
Masaesyli
Masaesyli
Medewi
Medewi
Mamlaktha Nabata
Mamlaktha Nabata
Nasamones
Nasamones
Edamim Afrikanim Civil War
Masaesyli Separatists
Masaesyli Separatists
Medewi Separatists
Medewi Separatists
Diadokhoi
Diadokhoi
After Alexander's death, his mightiest generals tore apart his empire as they fought for it. Over the years, the claims and counter-claims of legitimacy deepened the rivalry between the Successors. While all claimed to be Greek and promoted Hellenisation in their kingdoms, each also claimed to be the one true inheritor of Alexander's legacy...

Following the disintergration of the old Persian Empire in 330 BCE, the Hellenistic kingdoms were established throughout southwest Asia (Seleucid Empire, Kingdom of Pergamon), northeast Africa (Ptolemaic Kingdom) and South Asia (Greco-Bactrian Kingdom, Indo-Greek Kingdom). This resulted in the export of Greek culture and language to these new realms through Greek colonisation, spanning as far as the Indus. Equally, however, these new kingdoms were influenced by the indigenous cultures, adopting local practices where beneficial. The Hellenistic period was characterised by a new wave of Greek colonisation. At this time, Greek cultural influence and power was at its peak, experiencing prosperity and progress in the arts, exploration, literature, theatre, architecture, music, mathematics, philosophy, and science.
Baktria
Baktria
Antigonidai
Antigonidai
Ptolemaioi
Ptolemaioi
Seleukidai
Seleukidai
Diadokhoi Civil War
Baktrian Nobles
Baktrian Nobles
Antigonid Nobles
Antigonid Nobles
Ptolemaike Nobles
Ptolemaike Nobles
Seleukidai Nobles
Seleukidai Nobles
Qritani
Qritani
Described by Pytheas as "Pretannoi" or "Pretani" - the "painted ones" - these Celts are a fierce and independent people from the island of Hai Bretannai. Throughout their existence, the territory inhabited by the Britons was composed of numerous ever-changing areas controlled by tribes. The extent of their territory before and during the Roman period is unclear, but is generally believed to include the whole of the island of Great Britain, as far north as the Clyde-Forth isthmus. The territory north of this was largely inhabited by the Picts, and the Island of Hibernia inhabited by the Gaels.

In 43 CE, the Roman Empire invaded Britain. The British tribes initially opposed the Roman legions, but by 84 the Romans had decisively conquered southern Britain and had pushed into what is now southern Scotland. In 122, they fortified the northern border with Hadrian's Wall, which spanned what is now Northern England. Although the native Britons mostly kept their land, they were subject to the Roman governors. The Roman Empire retained control of 'Britannia' until they withdrew from the island in about 410.
Brigantes
Brigantes
Kaledonoi
Kaledonoi
Demetae
Demetae
Dumnonii
Dumnonii
Iweriu
Iweriu
Iceni
Iceni
Qritani Civil War
Iceni Tribal Council
Iceni Tribal Council
Qarthadastim
Qarthadastim
Carthage or “New Town” was once a Phoenician trading colony. It is now a trading and maritime empire in its own right. Such are the blessings of Ba’al Hammon to his followers.

The Carthaginians are a devout, hard-working people who have spent generations struggling to control the trade of the Western Mediterranean. This has inevitably brought them into conflict with expanding Greek colonies and with the upstart Romans. Traders they may be by choice, but they have become warriors through necessity, and very good warriors at that. Through astute use of mercenaries they have turned their silver into swords.
Qarthadastim
Qarthadastim
Qarthadastim Civil War
Adirim Loyalists
Adirim Loyalists
Apoikiai Ton Hellenon
Apoikiai Ton Hellenon
More than thirty Greek city-states had multiple colonies around the Mediterranean world with ninety colonies stretching throughout the Mediterranean Sea. These colonies stretched from the shores of the Black Sea in the east to the southern coast of the Iberian Peninsula in the west, as well as several colonies on the Libyan coast of northern Africa. Two flushes of new colonists set out from Greece at the transition between the Dark Ages and the start of the Archaic Period, one in the early 8th century BCE and a second burst of the colonising spirit in the 6th century.

Population growth and cramped spaces at home seem an insufficient explanation, while the economical and political dynamics produced by the competitive spirit between the frequently kingless, newly introduced Greek city-states, striving to expand their sphere of economical influence, better fits as their true incentive.
Arche Bosphorus
Arche Bosphorus
Kolkhis
Kolkhis
Pergamon
Pergamon
Rasenna
Rasenna
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Etruria
Etruria
Malkayn Arabayat
Malkayn Arabayat
Arabia is a vast desert land divided into multiple kingdoms and tribes. The Arabs are both great city builders and nomads alike, and not only survive, but prosper in this harsh region. Indeed the Romans even named the southern regions 'Arabia Felix' after they were impressed by its wealth and prosperity. The success of these kingdoms was based on the cultivation and trade of spices and aromatics, including frankincense and myrrh. These were exported to the Mediterranean, India, and Abyssinia, where they were greatly prized by many cultures, using camels on routes through Arabia, and to India by sea.

Of the various tribes, the Sabaeans are famous for the legend of the rich Queen of Sheba who visited King Solomon. Saba was known for its prosperity, urban centres and magnificent buildings. Other great traders such as the Nabataeans of Petra, the Gerrhaeans, Minaeans, and Himyarites also prospered and built great cities of their own.
Hagar
Hagar
Mamlakat Himyar
Mamlakat Himyar
Ma'in
Ma'in
Mascat
Mascat
Qidri
Qidri
Mamlakatin Saba
Mamlakatin Saba
Malkayn Arabayat Civil War
Nabatean Separatists
Nabatean Separatists
Saba Separatists
Saba Separatists
Skudat
Skudat
The Scythians and Sarmatians are aggressive nomadic warriors, famed for their horsemanship and skill with the bow. These Eurasian nomads ranged across the Eurasian Steppe and into Central Asia. The Scythians kept herds of horses, cattle, and sheep, lived in tent-covered wagons, and fought with bows and arrows on horseback. They developed a rich culture characterized by opulent tombs, fine metalwork, and a brilliant art style. The Sarmatians differed from the Scythians in their veneration of the god of fire rather than god of nature.

The Scythians engaged in frequent conflicts with the Achaemenid Empire. The western Scythians suffered a major defeat against Macedonia in the 4th century BCE, and were subsequently gradually conquered by the Sarmatians from Central Asia. The Eastern Scythians of the Asian Steppe (Saka) were attacked by the Yuezhi, Wusun and Xiongnu in the 2nd century BCE, prompting many of them to migrate into South Asia, where they became known as Indo-Scythians.
Saka Rauka
Saka Rauka
Rauxsa-alanna
Rauxsa-alanna
Basileioi Skythai
Basileioi Skythai
Skudat Civil War
Saka Nobles
Saka Nobles
Rauxsa-alanna Nobles
Rauxsa-alanna Nobles
Basileioi Skythai Nobles
Basileioi Skythai Nobles
Punic Colonies
Punic Colonies
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Nova Carthago
Nova Carthago
Maurya Raajya
Maurya Raajya
The foundation of the Maurya Empire in 321 BCE by Chandragupta Maurya was a unique event in history, particularly in view of the fact that it was found shortly after Alexander’s victorious campaigns in North-West India during 327 – 325 BCE. Chandragupta Maurya succeeded to the Nanda throne in 321 BCE after dethroning the last Nanda ruler (Dhanananda) at the age of 25. The acquisition of Magadha was the first step in establishing the new dynasty. Once the Ganges valley was under his control, Chandragupta moved northwest to exploit the power vacuum created by Alexander’s departure. The areas of the Northwest fell to him rapidly.

An important idea of the Mauryans was centralised government. Chandragupta Maurya established the imperial capital at Pataliputra, and then split the empire into four provinces for organizational and ruling purposes. Tosali was the capital of the eastern province, Ujjain in the west, Savarn in the south, and Taxila in the north.
Taksashila
Taksashila
Maurya Raajya Civil War
Mauryan Empire
Mauryan Empire
Other
Other
Aorsoi
Aorsoi
Catiaroi
Catiaroi
Daha
Daha
Siraces
Siraces
Slaves
Slaves
Thyssagetae
Thyssagetae
Other Rebel
African Rebels
African Rebels
Arabian Rebels
Arabian Rebels
Britannic Rebels
Britannic Rebels
Celtic Rebels
Celtic Rebels
Dacian Rebels
Dacian Rebels
Eastern Rebels
Eastern Rebels
Egyptian Rebels
Egyptian Rebels
Germanic Rebels
Germanic Rebels
Hellenic Rebels
Hellenic Rebels
Iberian Rebels
Iberian Rebels
Illyrian Rebels
Illyrian Rebels
Latin Rebels
Latin Rebels
Nomadic Rebels
Nomadic Rebels
Punic Rebels
Punic Rebels
Spartan Rebels
Spartan Rebels
Thracian Rebels
Thracian Rebels
Other Civil War
Bosporan Nobles
Bosporan Nobles
Kolkhis Nobles
Kolkhis Nobles
Massalian Nobles
Massalian Nobles
Pergamene Nobles
Pergamene Nobles



Prologue Campaign

Keltoi
Keltoi
The Gauls emerged around the 5th century BCE as the bearers of the La Tène culture north of the Alps. These Celts were an influential, vigorous people: their migration has taken them to the shores of the Mediterranean; they have invaded Macedon, Illyria, Thrace and Asia Minor; they have sacked Rome.

Gaulish society was dominated by the druid priestly class and each tribe had a council of elders, and initially a king. Later, the executive was an annually-elected magistrate. Although the tribes were moderately stable political entities, Gaul as a whole tended to be politically divided, there being virtually no unity among the various tribes. Only during particularly trying times, such as the invasion of Caesar, could the Gauls unite under a single leader like Vercingetorix.
Gallia (Prologue Campaign)
Gallia (Prologue Campaign)
Poleis Hellenikai
Poleis Hellenikai
Most of the Greek states are polises, cities with surrounding villages. The world-renowned culture of the Greeks relies on the toil of farmers, the skills of merchants and soldiers, and the wits of philosophers. The Ancient Greek city-state developed during the Archaic period as the ancestor of city, state, and citizenship and persisted well into Roman times.

The poleis were not like other ancient city-states which were ruled by a king or a small oligarchy, but rather political entities ruled by their bodies of citizens. During the Hellenistic period, which marks the decline of the classical polis, some cities remained independent for a long time, with the last ciy-state, Rhodes, falling to Rome in 43 BCE.
Poleis Hellenikoi (Prologue Campaign)
Poleis Hellenikoi (Prologue Campaign)
Romani
Romani
Rome will rule the world. It is her destiny and always has been.

Claiming a line of descent back to the Hercules, Romans are not lacking in pride. Romans are not lacking in ferocity: their city was founded by Romulus and Remus, twins raised by a wolf. Roman armies may have been beaten, but they have always dragged themselves back into any fight, and battled on.

And now, surrounded by rivals and potential enemies, Rome faces challenges at every turn. He who rules in Rome can rule the world, but only through the glory of conquest!
Lucania (Prologue Campaign)
Lucania (Prologue Campaign)
Roma (Prologue Campaign)
Roma (Prologue Campaign)
Safineis (Prologue Campaign)
Safineis (Prologue Campaign)
Other
Other
Roma (Prologue Campaign)
Roma (Prologue Campaign)
Other Rebel
Italian Rebels (Prologue Campaign)
Italian Rebels (Prologue Campaign)

Caesar In Gaul

Gallic Tribe: Friend of Rome
Gallic Tribe: Friend of Rome
[PH]
Aedui (Caesar In Gaul)
Aedui (Caesar In Gaul)
Carnutes (Caesar In Gaul)
Carnutes (Caesar In Gaul)
Pictones (Caesar In Gaul)
Pictones (Caesar In Gaul)
Senones (Caesar In Gaul)
Senones (Caesar In Gaul)
Sequani (Caesar In Gaul)
Sequani (Caesar In Gaul)
Sotiates (Caesar In Gaul)
Sotiates (Caesar In Gaul)
Tarbelli (Caesar In Gaul)
Tarbelli (Caesar In Gaul)
Turones (Caesar In Gaul)
Turones (Caesar In Gaul)
Vocontii (Caesar In Gaul)
Vocontii (Caesar In Gaul)
Gallic Tribe
Gallic Tribe
[PH]
Allobroges (Caesar In Gaul)
Allobroges (Caesar In Gaul)
Ausci (Caesar In Gaul)
Ausci (Caesar In Gaul)
Bituriges (Caesar In Gaul)
Bituriges (Caesar In Gaul)
Cadurci (Caesar In Gaul)
Cadurci (Caesar In Gaul)
Cenomani (Caesar In Gaul)
Cenomani (Caesar In Gaul)
Helvetii (Caesar In Gaul)
Helvetii (Caesar In Gaul)
Lemovices (Caesar In Gaul)
Lemovices (Caesar In Gaul)
Lexovii (Caesar In Gaul)
Lexovii (Caesar In Gaul)
Mandubii (Caesar In Gaul)
Mandubii (Caesar In Gaul)
Namnetes (Caesar In Gaul)
Namnetes (Caesar In Gaul)
Osismii (Caesar In Gaul)
Osismii (Caesar In Gaul)
Raurici (Caesar In Gaul)
Raurici (Caesar In Gaul)
Redones (Caesar In Gaul)
Redones (Caesar In Gaul)
Ruteni (Caesar In Gaul)
Ruteni (Caesar In Gaul)
Santones (Caesar In Gaul)
Santones (Caesar In Gaul)
Tulingi (Caesar In Gaul)
Tulingi (Caesar In Gaul)
Unelli (Caesar In Gaul)
Unelli (Caesar In Gaul)
Veneti (Caesar In Gaul)
Veneti (Caesar In Gaul)
Vivisci (Caesar In Gaul)
Vivisci (Caesar In Gaul)
Volcae (Caesar In Gaul)
Volcae (Caesar In Gaul)
Gallic Tribe Rebel
Celtic Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
Celtic Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
Gallic Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
Gallic Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
The Arverni, champions of Gaul
The Arverni, champions of Gaul
[PH]
Arverni (Caesar In Gaul)
Arverni (Caesar In Gaul)
Belgic Tribe
Belgic Tribe
[PH]
Atrebates (Caesar In Gaul)
Atrebates (Caesar In Gaul)
Belgae (Caesar In Gaul)
Belgae (Caesar In Gaul)
Bellovaci (Caesar In Gaul)
Bellovaci (Caesar In Gaul)
Eburones (Caesar In Gaul)
Eburones (Caesar In Gaul)
Mediomatrici (Caesar In Gaul)
Mediomatrici (Caesar In Gaul)
Morini (Caesar In Gaul)
Morini (Caesar In Gaul)
Parisii (Caesar In Gaul)
Parisii (Caesar In Gaul)
Suessiones (Caesar In Gaul)
Suessiones (Caesar In Gaul)
Cantiaci, Warriors from Beyond the Straits
Cantiaci, Warriors from Beyond the Straits
Described by Pytheas as "Pretannoi" or "Pretani" - the "painted ones" - these Celts are a fierce and independent people from the island of Hai Bretannai. Throughout their existence, the territory inhabited by the Britons was composed of numerous ever-changing areas controlled by tribes. The extent of their territory before and during the Roman period is unclear, but is generally believed to include the whole of the island of Great Britain, as far north as the Clyde-Forth isthmus. The territory north of this was largely inhabited by the Picts, and the Island of Hibernia inhabited by the Gaels.

In 43 CE, the Roman Empire invaded Britain. The British tribes initially opposed the Roman legions, but by 84 the Romans had decisively conquered southern Britain and had pushed into what is now southern Scotland. In 122, they fortified the northern border with Hadrian's Wall, which spanned what is now Northern England. Although the native Britons mostly kept their land, they were subject to the Roman governors. The Roman Empire retained control of 'Britannia' until they withdrew from the island in about 410.
Cantiaci (Caesar In Gaul)
Cantiaci (Caesar In Gaul)
Dumnonii (Caesar In Gaul)
Dumnonii (Caesar In Gaul)
Cantiaci, Warriors from Beyond the Straits Rebel
Briton Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
Briton Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
Massilia, Outpost of Hellenism
Massilia, Outpost of Hellenism
Massilia is a colony of Ionian Greeks founded in 600 BCE as one of the first ports in western Europe. According to the story, the Greek Protis was invited by King Nannus of the Segobridges to a banquet at which his daughter, Gyptis, was to choose a spouse. To everyone's surprise she chose Protis, and the king gave them the land where Massilia would be founded. After Nannus' death, his son saw the city as a threat, and planned to sneak into the city and kill all within; again it was love between a relative of the king and a young Greek that brought fortune to the city, as this relative warned the city and the plot was foiled with the death of the king and the conspirators. The city prospered and even started colonies of its own in southern Gaul, and sailors from Massilia are rumored to have even travelled to the western coast of Africa. This feat is attributed to a citizen name Pythias who also wrote a book On the Ocean" in which he details his travels along the British Isles, and it is possible he even went as far as Iceland. In its history, Massilia has come in conflict with the locals, but also Carthage, and proved itself a dominant player in the region. Profiting greatly from exporting Roman goods to Gaul, and slaves and goods to Rome, as well as sharing Rome's enemies, Massilia is a friend to Rome as Rome is to her. Now with conflict on the horizon, she might need to call upon the protection of Rome or perhaps she will find strength within herself and become a truly great player amongst the great powers.
Massalia (Caesar In Gaul)
Massalia (Caesar In Gaul)
Germanic Tribe
Germanic Tribe
[PH]
Nemetes (Caesar In Gaul)
Nemetes (Caesar In Gaul)
Vangiones (Caesar In Gaul)
Vangiones (Caesar In Gaul)
Germanic Tribe Rebel
Germanic Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
Germanic Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
The Nervii, bravest of the Belgae
The Nervii, bravest of the Belgae
[PH]
Nervii (Caesar In Gaul)
Nervii (Caesar In Gaul)
Rome, the paragon of civilisation
Rome, the paragon of civilisation
[PH]
Roma (Caesar In Gaul)
Roma (Caesar In Gaul)
Rome, the paragon of civilisation Rebel
Latin Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
Latin Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
Belgic Tribe: Friend of Rome
Belgic Tribe: Friend of Rome
[PH]
Remi (Caesar In Gaul)
Remi (Caesar In Gaul)
Treveri (Caesar In Gaul)
Treveri (Caesar In Gaul)
The Suebi, invaders from Germania
The Suebi, invaders from Germania
[PH]
Sweboz (Caesar In Gaul)
Sweboz (Caesar In Gaul)
Other
Other
Sweboz Tribal Council (Caesar In Gaul)
Sweboz Tribal Council (Caesar In Gaul)
Other Civil War
Arverni Tribal Council (Caesar In Gaul)
Arverni Tribal Council (Caesar In Gaul)
Nervii Tribal Council (Caesar In Gaul)
Nervii Tribal Council (Caesar In Gaul)
Roman intervention forces (Caesar In Gaul)
Roman intervention forces (Caesar In Gaul)

Hannibal at the Gates

Celtic
Celtic
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Allobroges (Hannibal at the Gates)
Allobroges (Hannibal at the Gates)
Boii (Hannibal at the Gates)
Boii (Hannibal at the Gates)
Insubres (Hannibal at the Gates)
Insubres (Hannibal at the Gates)
Liguria (Hannibal at the Gates)
Liguria (Hannibal at the Gates)
Tarbelli (Hannibal at the Gates)
Tarbelli (Hannibal at the Gates)
Veneti (Hannibal at the Gates)
Veneti (Hannibal at the Gates)
Volcae (Hannibal at the Gates)
Volcae (Hannibal at the Gates)
Celtic Rebel
Celtic Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Celtic Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
The Arevaci
The Arevaci
[PLACEHOLDER]
Arevaci (Hannibal at the Gates)
Arevaci (Hannibal at the Gates)
Iberian
Iberian
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Astures (Hannibal at the Gates)
Astures (Hannibal at the Gates)
Cantabri (Hannibal at the Gates)
Cantabri (Hannibal at the Gates)
Carpetani (Hannibal at the Gates)
Carpetani (Hannibal at the Gates)
Celtici (Hannibal at the Gates)
Celtici (Hannibal at the Gates)
Cessetani (Hannibal at the Gates)
Cessetani (Hannibal at the Gates)
Gallaeci (Hannibal at the Gates)
Gallaeci (Hannibal at the Gates)
Illercavones (Hannibal at the Gates)
Illercavones (Hannibal at the Gates)
Illergetes (Hannibal at the Gates)
Illergetes (Hannibal at the Gates)
Oretani (Hannibal at the Gates)
Oretani (Hannibal at the Gates)
Turdetani (Hannibal at the Gates)
Turdetani (Hannibal at the Gates)
Vaccaei (Hannibal at the Gates)
Vaccaei (Hannibal at the Gates)
Vascones (Hannibal at the Gates)
Vascones (Hannibal at the Gates)
Vettones (Hannibal at the Gates)
Vettones (Hannibal at the Gates)
Iberian Rebel
Celtiberian Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Celtiberian Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Carthage
Carthage
[PLACEHOLDER]
Qarthadastim (Hannibal at the Gates)
Qarthadastim (Hannibal at the Gates)
Greek
Greek
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Emporion (Hannibal at the Gates)
Emporion (Hannibal at the Gates)
Massalia (Hannibal at the Gates)
Massalia (Hannibal at the Gates)
Greek Rebel
Hellenic Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Hellenic Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Italian
Italian
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Rasenna (Hannibal at the Gates)
Rasenna (Hannibal at the Gates)
Safineis (Hannibal at the Gates)
Safineis (Hannibal at the Gates)
Italian Rebel
Latin Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Latin Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Masaesyli
Masaesyli
The Masaesyli are a North African tribe of western Numidia who provide mercenaries to Carthage. They initially sided with Rome during the Second Punic Wars; however, the tribe eventually sided with Carthage in that conflict.
Gaetuli (Hannibal at the Gates)
Gaetuli (Hannibal at the Gates)
Igharimen (Hannibal at the Gates)
Igharimen (Hannibal at the Gates)
Libya (Hannibal at the Gates)
Libya (Hannibal at the Gates)
Masaesyli (Hannibal at the Gates)
Masaesyli (Hannibal at the Gates)
Massyli (Hannibal at the Gates)
Massyli (Hannibal at the Gates)
Mauri (Hannibal at the Gates)
Mauri (Hannibal at the Gates)
Masaesyli Rebel
African Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
African Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Punic Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Punic Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
The Lusitani
The Lusitani
[PLACEHOLDER]
Lusotannan (Hannibal at the Gates)
Lusotannan (Hannibal at the Gates)
Rome
Rome
[PLACEHOLDER]
Roma (Hannibal at the Gates)
Roma (Hannibal at the Gates)
Syracuse
Syracuse
[PLACEHOLDER]
Syrakousai (Hannibal at the Gates)
Syrakousai (Hannibal at the Gates)
Other
Other
Arevaci Tribal Council (Hannibal at the Gates)
Arevaci Tribal Council (Hannibal at the Gates)
Adirim Loyalists (Hannibal at the Gates)
Adirim Loyalists (Hannibal at the Gates)
Lusotannan Tribal Council (Hannibal at the Gates)
Lusotannan Tribal Council (Hannibal at the Gates)
Defensores Senatus (Hannibal at the Gates)
Defensores Senatus (Hannibal at the Gates)
Syrakousai Nobles (Hannibal at the Gates)
Syrakousai Nobles (Hannibal at the Gates)

Imperator Augustus

Nomadic Tribes
Nomadic Tribes
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Alanna (Imperator Augustus)
Alanna (Imperator Augustus)
Aorsoi (Imperator Augustus)
Aorsoi (Imperator Augustus)
Buri (Imperator Augustus)
Buri (Imperator Augustus)
Daha (Imperator Augustus)
Daha (Imperator Augustus)
Iastae (Imperator Augustus)
Iastae (Imperator Augustus)
Nahanarvali (Imperator Augustus)
Nahanarvali (Imperator Augustus)
Rauxsa-alanna (Imperator Augustus)
Rauxsa-alanna (Imperator Augustus)
Siraces (Imperator Augustus)
Siraces (Imperator Augustus)
Rome
Rome
Rome will rule the world. It is her destiny and always has been.

Claiming a line of descent back to Hercules, Romans are not lacking in pride. Romans are not lacking in fierceness: their city was founded by Romulus and Remus, twins raised by a wolf. Roman armies may have been beaten, but they have always dragged themselves back into any fight, and battled on.

And now, surrounded by rivals and potential enemies, Rome faces challenges at every turn. He who rules in Rome can rule the world, but only through the glory of conquest!
Antonius (Imperator Augustus)
Antonius (Imperator Augustus)
Lepidus (Imperator Augustus)
Lepidus (Imperator Augustus)
Octavius (Imperator Augustus)
Octavius (Imperator Augustus)
Pompeius (Imperator Augustus)
Pompeius (Imperator Augustus)
Rome Civil War
Adversarii Antonii (Imperator Augustus)
Adversarii Antonii (Imperator Augustus)
Adversarii Lepidi (Imperator Augustus)
Adversarii Lepidi (Imperator Augustus)
Adversarii Octavii (Imperator Augustus)
Adversarii Octavii (Imperator Augustus)
Adversarii Pompeii (Imperator Augustus)
Adversarii Pompeii (Imperator Augustus)
Eastern Empires
Eastern Empires
Based on the remnants of Babylonian, Assyrian and Median Empires, Achaemenid Persians built up the first true super-state, touching three continents. After the fall of Persia the old traditions were respected by its conquerors, and the old territorial administration system survived for long time.

The colourful people of this multi-national empire were tolerant and receptive, nourishing the Hellenisation of the state and the survival of the old ways alike.
Ardhan (Imperator Augustus)
Ardhan (Imperator Augustus)
Hayasdan (Imperator Augustus)
Hayasdan (Imperator Augustus)
Katpatuka (Imperator Augustus)
Katpatuka (Imperator Augustus)
Meshan (Imperator Augustus)
Meshan (Imperator Augustus)
Zranka (Imperator Augustus)
Zranka (Imperator Augustus)
Iudea (Imperator Augustus)
Iudea (Imperator Augustus)
Kartli (Imperator Augustus)
Kartli (Imperator Augustus)
Atropatkan (Imperator Augustus)
Atropatkan (Imperator Augustus)
Palmyra (Imperator Augustus)
Palmyra (Imperator Augustus)
Paradene (Imperator Augustus)
Paradene (Imperator Augustus)
Parthia (Imperator Augustus)
Parthia (Imperator Augustus)
Parsa (Imperator Augustus)
Parsa (Imperator Augustus)
Pontos (Imperator Augustus)
Pontos (Imperator Augustus)
Eastern Empires Civil War
Hayasdan Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Hayasdan Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Parthian Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Parthian Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Germanic Tribes
Germanic Tribes
The Germanic tribes are fearless warriors, entirely at home in their dark and forbidding forests, worshipping dark, forbidding gods. Their name, in Latin, is a Gallic borrowing, 'ger' and 'mani' meaning near-men or neighbours. They are not given to acting in a neighbourly fashion: they will take from the weak, and value their independence above all.
Arii (Imperator Augustus)
Arii (Imperator Augustus)
Heruskoz (Imperator Augustus)
Heruskoz (Imperator Augustus)
Kimbroz (Imperator Augustus)
Kimbroz (Imperator Augustus)
Freisias (Imperator Augustus)
Freisias (Imperator Augustus)
Gutones (Imperator Augustus)
Gutones (Imperator Augustus)
Helisii (Imperator Augustus)
Helisii (Imperator Augustus)
Helveconae (Imperator Augustus)
Helveconae (Imperator Augustus)
Markamannoz (Imperator Augustus)
Markamannoz (Imperator Augustus)
Kwadoz (Imperator Augustus)
Kwadoz (Imperator Augustus)
Rugoz (Imperator Augustus)
Rugoz (Imperator Augustus)
Semnonoz (Imperator Augustus)
Semnonoz (Imperator Augustus)
Germanic Tribes Civil War
Markamannoz Elders (Imperator Augustus)
Markamannoz Elders (Imperator Augustus)
African Kingdoms
African Kingdoms
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Aksum (Imperator Augustus)
Aksum (Imperator Augustus)
Blemmyai (Imperator Augustus)
Blemmyai (Imperator Augustus)
Gaetuli (Imperator Augustus)
Gaetuli (Imperator Augustus)
Igharimen (Imperator Augustus)
Igharimen (Imperator Augustus)
Mauri (Imperator Augustus)
Mauri (Imperator Augustus)
Medewi (Imperator Augustus)
Medewi (Imperator Augustus)
Mamlaktha Nabata (Imperator Augustus)
Mamlaktha Nabata (Imperator Augustus)
Nasamones (Imperator Augustus)
Nasamones (Imperator Augustus)
Numidia (Imperator Augustus)
Numidia (Imperator Augustus)
Balkan Tribes
Balkan Tribes
The Daco-Thracian tribes were a formidable people known for their warrior culture. Divided into separate tribes, the Thracians did not manage to form a lasting political organization until the Odrysian state was founded in the fifth century BCE. A strong Dacian state appeared in the first century BCE, during the reign of King Burebista. Viewed as bloodthirsty and warlike barbarians by the Greeks and Romans, these cultures were actually highly developed. Although many lived in simple villages, fortified cities such as Sarmizegetusa display the level of development these tribes reached.

The Illyrians were known for their raiding proclivities along the Adriatic coast. Living in a harsh, mountainous region, they often turned to the riches of the sea and became formidable pirates that preyed on the merchants of the Mediterranian. It took multiple wars for the Romans to finally subdue the Illyrian pirates for good.
Bastarnoz (Imperator Augustus)
Bastarnoz (Imperator Augustus)
Breuci (Imperator Augustus)
Breuci (Imperator Augustus)
Dacia (Imperator Augustus)
Dacia (Imperator Augustus)
Iazyges (Imperator Augustus)
Iazyges (Imperator Augustus)
Thracia (Imperator Augustus)
Thracia (Imperator Augustus)
Balkan Tribes Civil War
Dacian Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Dacian Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Gallic Tribes
Gallic Tribes
The Gauls emerged around the 5th century BCE as the bearers of the La Tène culture north of the Alps. These Celts were an influential, vigorous people: their migration has taken them to the shores of the Mediterranean; they have invaded Macedon, Illyria, Thrace and Asia Minor; they have sacked Rome.

Gaulish society was dominated by the druid priestly class and each tribe had a council of elders, and initially a king. Later, the executive was an annually-elected magistrate. Although the tribes were moderately stable political entities, Gaul as a whole tended to be politically divided, there being virtually no unity among the various tribes. Only during particularly trying times, such as the invasion of Caesar, could the Gauls unite under a single leader like Vercingetorix.
Belgae (Imperator Augustus)
Belgae (Imperator Augustus)
Boii (Imperator Augustus)
Boii (Imperator Augustus)
Koinon Galaton (Imperator Augustus)
Koinon Galaton (Imperator Augustus)
Gallia (Imperator Augustus)
Gallia (Imperator Augustus)
Helvetii (Imperator Augustus)
Helvetii (Imperator Augustus)
Vindelici (Imperator Augustus)
Vindelici (Imperator Augustus)
Britannic Tribes
Britannic Tribes
Described by Pytheas as 'Pretannoi' or 'Pretani' - the 'painted ones' - these Celts are a fierce and independent people from the island of Hai Bretannai.

They were hard to pacify after a widespread rebellion lead by Boudicca.
Brigantes (Imperator Augustus)
Brigantes (Imperator Augustus)
Kaledonoi (Imperator Augustus)
Kaledonoi (Imperator Augustus)
Corieltauvi (Imperator Augustus)
Corieltauvi (Imperator Augustus)
Demetae (Imperator Augustus)
Demetae (Imperator Augustus)
Dumnonii (Imperator Augustus)
Dumnonii (Imperator Augustus)
Iweriu (Imperator Augustus)
Iweriu (Imperator Augustus)
Iceni (Imperator Augustus)
Iceni (Imperator Augustus)
Britannic Tribes Civil War
Iceni Elders (Imperator Augustus)
Iceni Elders (Imperator Augustus)
Iberian Tribes
Iberian Tribes
The various Iberian and Celtiberian tribes of Hispania are a valiant and resourceful people. The Iberian culture developed from the 6th century BCE, in the eastern and southern coasts of the Iberian peninsula. The Iberians lived in villages and fortified settlements, and their communities were based on a tribal organization. The Iberians in the Spanish Levant were more urbanized than their neighbors in the central and northwestern regions of the Iberian peninsula. The peoples in the central and northwest regions were mostly Celtic, semi-pastoral, and lived in scattered villages, though they also had a few fortified towns like Numantia.They had a knowledge of writing, metalworking, including bronze, and agricultural techniques.

The Celtiberians were the most influential ethnic group in pre-Roman Iberia, but they had their largest impact on history during the Second Punic War, during which they became the allies of Carthage in its conflict with Rome, and crossed the Alps in the mixed forces under Hannibal's command. As a result of the defeat of Carthage, the Celtiberians first submitted to Rome in 195 BCE; however, conflicts between various semi-independent bands of Celtiberians continued for decades.
Cantabri (Imperator Augustus)
Cantabri (Imperator Augustus)
Iberia (Imperator Augustus)
Iberia (Imperator Augustus)
Successor Kingdoms
Successor Kingdoms
After Alexander's death, his mightiest generals tore apart his empire as they fought for it. Over the years the claims and counter-claims of legitimacy deepened the rivalry between the Successors. While all claimed to be Greek and promoted Hellenisation in their kingdoms, each also claimed to be the one true inheritor of Alexander's legacy...
Ptolemaioi (Imperator Augustus)
Ptolemaioi (Imperator Augustus)
Successor Kingdoms Civil War
Ptolemaike Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Ptolemaike Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Arabian Kingdoms
Arabian Kingdoms
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Hagar (Imperator Augustus)
Hagar (Imperator Augustus)
Mamlakat Himyar (Imperator Augustus)
Mamlakat Himyar (Imperator Augustus)
Ma'in (Imperator Augustus)
Ma'in (Imperator Augustus)
Mascat (Imperator Augustus)
Mascat (Imperator Augustus)
Qidri (Imperator Augustus)
Qidri (Imperator Augustus)
Mamlakatin Saba (Imperator Augustus)
Mamlakatin Saba (Imperator Augustus)
Celtic Tribes
Celtic Tribes
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Nori (Imperator Augustus)
Nori (Imperator Augustus)
Raeti (Imperator Augustus)
Raeti (Imperator Augustus)
Scordisci (Imperator Augustus)
Scordisci (Imperator Augustus)
Other Rebel
African Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
African Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Arabian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Arabian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Britannic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Britannic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Celtic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Celtic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Dacian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Dacian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Eastern Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Eastern Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Egyptian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Egyptian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Germanic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Germanic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Hellenic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Hellenic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Iberian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Iberian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Illyrian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Illyrian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Latin Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Latin Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Nomadic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Nomadic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Punic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Punic Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Spartan Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Spartan Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Thracian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
Thracian Rebels (Imperator Augustus)

Wrath of Sparta

Greek States
Greek States
Most of the Greek states were 'poleis', cities with surrounding villages. The world-renowned culture of the Greeks relies on the toil of farmers, the skills of merchants and soldiers, and the wits of philosophers.
Aitolian League (Wrath of Sparta)
Aitolian League (Wrath of Sparta)
Akaian League (Wrath of Sparta)
Akaian League (Wrath of Sparta)
Argos (Wrath of Sparta)
Argos (Wrath of Sparta)
Byzantion (Wrath of Sparta)
Byzantion (Wrath of Sparta)
Elis (Wrath of Sparta)
Elis (Wrath of Sparta)
Epeiros (Wrath of Sparta)
Epeiros (Wrath of Sparta)
Mytilene (Wrath of Sparta)
Mytilene (Wrath of Sparta)
Kingdom of Pergamon (Wrath of Sparta)
Kingdom of Pergamon (Wrath of Sparta)
Krete (Wrath of Sparta)
Krete (Wrath of Sparta)
Roman Republic (Wrath of Sparta)
Roman Republic (Wrath of Sparta)
Kydonia (Wrath of Sparta)
Kydonia (Wrath of Sparta)
Kingdom of Makedon (Wrath of Sparta)
Kingdom of Makedon (Wrath of Sparta)
Acarnania (Wrath of Sparta)
Acarnania (Wrath of Sparta)
Rodos (Wrath of Sparta)
Rodos (Wrath of Sparta)
Kyzikos (Wrath of Sparta)
Kyzikos (Wrath of Sparta)
Greek States Rebel
Aiolian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Aiolian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Akaian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Akaian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Roman Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Roman Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Pergamon Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Pergamon Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Makedonian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Makedonian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Greek Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Greek Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Athenai
Athenai
Most of the Greek states were 'poleis', cities with surrounding villages. The world-renowned culture of the Greeks relies on the toil of farmers, the skills of merchants and soldiers, and the wits of philosophers.
Athenai (Wrath of Sparta)
Athenai (Wrath of Sparta)
Athenai Civil War
Pergamon Rivals (Wrath of Sparta)
Pergamon Rivals (Wrath of Sparta)
Boiotian League
Boiotian League
Most of the Greek states were 'poleis', cities with surrounding villages. The world-renowned culture of the Greeks relies on the toil of farmers, the skills of merchants and soldiers, and the wits of philosophers.
Messene (Wrath of Sparta)
Messene (Wrath of Sparta)
Boiotian League Civil War
Rhodian Rivals (Wrath of Sparta)
Rhodian Rivals (Wrath of Sparta)
Korinthos
Korinthos
Most of the Greek states were 'poleis', cities with surrounding villages. The world-renowned culture of the Greeks relies on the toil of farmers, the skills of merchants and soldiers, and the wits of philosophers.
Ptolemaic Holdings (Wrath of Sparta)
Ptolemaic Holdings (Wrath of Sparta)
Korinthos Civil War
Makedonian Rivals (Wrath of Sparta)
Makedonian Rivals (Wrath of Sparta)
Persian Empire
Persian Empire
Based on the remnants of Babylonian, Assyrian and Median Empires, the Achaemenid Persians built the first true super-state, touching three continents.
Seleucid Empire (Wrath of Sparta)
Seleucid Empire (Wrath of Sparta)
Persian Empire Rebel
Seleucid Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Seleucid Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Barbarian Tribes
Barbarian Tribes
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Thraike (Wrath of Sparta)
Thraike (Wrath of Sparta)
Barbarian Tribes Rebel
Ptolemaic Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Ptolemaic Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Sparta
Sparta
Most of the Greek states were 'poleis', cities with surrounding villages. The world-renowned culture of the Greeks relies on the toil of farmers, the skills of merchants and soldiers, and the wits of philosophers.
Sparta (Wrath of Sparta)
Sparta (Wrath of Sparta)
Sparta Civil War
Senatus Romanus (Wrath of Sparta)
Senatus Romanus (Wrath of Sparta)
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