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Celtic Tribes
Celtic Tribes
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Eravisci
Eravisci
Insubres
Insubres
Liguria
Liguria
Nori
Nori
Raeti
Raeti
Scordisci
Scordisci
Triballi
Triballi
Veneti
Veneti
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. Epirus lacks a single central city, but it is Greek through and through.
Athens
Athens
Cyprus
Cyprus
Cyrenaica
Cyrenaica
Epirus
Epirus
Knossos
Knossos
Massilia
Massilia
Sardes
Sardes
Sparta
Sparta
Syracuse
Syracuse
Trapezos
Trapezos
Greek States Civil War
Athenian Boule
Athenian Boule
Epirean Nobles
Epirean Nobles
Spartan Gerousia
Spartan Gerousia
Syracusan Nobles
Syracusan Nobles
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!
Rome
Rome
Rome Civil War
Senate loyalists
Senate loyalists
Gallic Tribes
Gallic Tribes
These Celts are 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. But they are not just a warrior culture. Gauls are master craftsmen too.
Aedui
Aedui
Atrebartes
Atrebartes
Arverni
Arverni
Boii
Boii
Carnutes
Carnutes
Galatia
Galatia
Helvetii
Helvetii
Namnetes
Namnetes
Nervii
Nervii
Pictones
Pictones
Sequani
Sequani
Treverii
Treverii
Vivisci
Vivisci
Volcae
Volcae
Gallic Tribes 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
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.
Aestii
Aestii
Anartes
Anartes
Budini
Budini
Cherusci
Cherusci
Cimbri
Cimbri
Frisii
Frisii
Gutones
Gutones
Lugii
Lugii
Marcomanni
Marcomanni
Rugii
Rugii
Suebi
Suebi
Germanic Tribes Civil War
Suebi tribal council
Suebi tribal council
Eastern Empires
Eastern Empires
Based on the remnants of Babylonian, Assyrian and Median empires, Achmaneids 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 hellenization of the state and the survival of the old ways alike.
Arachosia
Arachosia
Ardhan
Ardhan
Aria
Aria
Armenia
Armenia
Bithynia
Bithynia
Cappadocia
Cappadocia
Drangiana
Drangiana
Kartli
Kartli
Khorasmii
Khorasmii
Media
Media
Media Atropatene
Media Atropatene
Parthava
Parthava
Parthia
Parthia
Persia
Persia
Pontus
Pontus
Sagartia
Sagartia
Eastern Empires Civil War
Armenian Nobles
Armenian Nobles
Parthian Nobles
Parthian Nobles
Pontic Nobles
Pontic Nobles
Balkan Tribes
Balkan Tribes
The Illyrian tribes established themselves as pirates along the Adriatic coast and as far east as Apollonia, sweeping away the culture-complexes of the Neolithic Balkans as the Bronze Age dawned.

Largely remaining distinct from their Illyrian and Greek neighbours, the Thracian Getae and Odrysians were so powerful that the Greeks feared their descent from the north to destroy civilisation.

The Tylis were Celts who settled in northern Thrace following Brennus\' failed invasion of Greece in the 4th century BC.
Ardiaei
Ardiaei
Bastarnae
Bastarnae
Apulii
Apulii
Breuci
Breuci
Daorsi
Daorsi
Dalmatae
Dalmatae
Getae
Getae
Odrysian Kingdom
Odrysian Kingdom
Tylis
Tylis
Balkan Tribes Civil War
Ardiaei tribal council
Ardiaei tribal council
Getae tribal council
Getae tribal council
Odrysian tribal council
Odrysian tribal council
Tylis tribal council
Tylis tribal council
Iberian Tribes
Iberian Tribes
The Iberian peninsula is inhabited by many different tribes. Although the Celtiberian tribes are influenced by their wider Celtic roots, to the west the Lusitani are pure indigenous Iberians. All are united as renowned warriors, and in particular as swordsmen and excellent cavalry.
Arevaci
Arevaci
Cantabri
Cantabri
Celtici
Celtici
Cessetani
Cessetani
Edetani
Edetani
Gallaeci
Gallaeci
Lusitani
Lusitani
Turdetani
Turdetani
Iberian Tribes Civil War
Arevaci Tribal Council
Arevaci Tribal Council
Lusitani Tribal Council
Lusitani Tribal Council
African Kingdoms
African Kingdoms
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Axum
Axum
Blemmyes
Blemmyes
Gaetuli
Gaetuli
Garamantia
Garamantia
Libya
Libya
Masaesyli
Masaesyli
Meroe
Meroe
Nabatea
Nabatea
Nasamones
Nasamones
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...
Baktria
Baktria
Macedon
Macedon
Egypt
Egypt
Seleucid
Seleucid
Successor Kingdoms Civil War
Baktrian Nobles
Baktrian Nobles
Macedonian Nobles
Macedonian Nobles
Egyptian Nobles
Egyptian Nobles
Seleucid Nobles
Seleucid Nobles
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
Brigantes
Caledones
Caledones
Demetae
Demetae
Dumnonii
Dumnonii
Ebdani
Ebdani
Iceni
Iceni
Britannic Tribes Civil War
Iceni tribal council
Iceni tribal council
Carthage
Carthage
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.
Carthage
Carthage
Carthage Civil War
Adirim loyalists
Adirim loyalists
Black Sea Colonies
Black Sea Colonies
From around the 6th century BC, the Greek city-states began to colonise the far-flung corners of their world in order to grow rich from trading the natural resources to be found there. Inevitably, this brought them into conflict with the local nomads – Scythians, Sarmatians, Roxolani – all resented the settlers, their ‘civilised’ ways, their wealth. Life in the Black Sea colonies, therefore, wasn’t just a rush for wealth, it was a struggle for survival against a relentless, tireless opponent.
Cimmeria
Cimmeria
Colchis
Colchis
Pergamon
Pergamon
Etruria
Etruria
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Etruscan League
Etruscan League
Arabian Kingdoms
Arabian Kingdoms
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Gerrhaea
Gerrhaea
Himyar
Himyar
Ma'in
Ma'in
Mascat
Mascat
Qidri
Qidri
Saba
Saba
Nomadic Tribes
Nomadic Tribes
The Scythians and Sarmatians are aggressive nomad warriors, famed for their horsemanship and skill with the bow. They have left a trail of destruction in their wake as they have moved south and west from the endless steppes. Despite their warlike nature, they are also canny craftsmen and cunning traders.
Massagetae
Massagetae
Roxolani
Roxolani
Royal Scythia
Royal Scythia
Nomadic Tribes Civil War
Massagetaean Nobles
Massagetaean Nobles
Roxolani Nobles
Roxolani Nobles
Royal Scythian Nobles
Royal Scythian Nobles
Punic Colonies
Punic Colonies
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Nova Carthago
Nova Carthago
Other
Other
Aorsoi
Aorsoi
Catiaroi
Catiaroi
Dahae
Dahae
Rhodos
Rhodos
Siraces
Siraces
Slaves
Slaves
Thyssagetae
Thyssagetae
Other Rebel
African Rebels
African Rebels
Arabian Rebels
Arabian Rebels
British Rebels
British Rebels
Celtic Rebels
Celtic Rebels
Dacian Rebels
Dacian Rebels
Eastern Rebels
Eastern Rebels
Egyptian Rebels
Egyptian Rebels
German Rebels
German 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
Cimmerian Nobles
Cimmerian Nobles
Colchian Nobles
Colchian Nobles
Massilian Nobles
Massilian Nobles
Pergamenes Nobles
Pergamenes Nobles

Prologue Campaign

Celtic Tribes
Celtic Tribes
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Gaul (Prologue Campaign)
Gaul (Prologue Campaign)
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. Epirus lacks a single central city, but it is Greek through and through.
Greek Cities (Prologue Campaign)
Greek Cities (Prologue Campaign)
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!
Lucania (Prologue Campaign)
Lucania (Prologue Campaign)
Rome (Prologue Campaign)
Rome (Prologue Campaign)
Samnites (Prologue Campaign)
Samnites (Prologue Campaign)
Other
Other
Rome (Prologue Campaign)
Rome (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)
Britannic Tribe
Britannic Tribe
[PH]
Cantiaci (Caesar In Gaul)
Cantiaci (Caesar In Gaul)
Dumnonii (Caesar In Gaul)
Dumnonii (Caesar In Gaul)
Britannic Tribe Rebel
Briton Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
Briton Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
Massilia
Massilia
[PH]
Massilia (Caesar In Gaul)
Massilia (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
German Rebels (Caesar In Gaul)
German 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]
Rome (Caesar In Gaul)
Rome (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)
Treverii (Caesar In Gaul)
Treverii (Caesar In Gaul)
The Suebi, invaders from Germania
The Suebi, invaders from Germania
[PH]
Suebi (Caesar In Gaul)
Suebi (Caesar In Gaul)
Other
Other
Suebi tribal council (Caesar In Gaul)
Suebi 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]
Carthage (Hannibal at the Gates)
Carthage (Hannibal at the Gates)
Greek
Greek
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Emporion (Hannibal at the Gates)
Emporion (Hannibal at the Gates)
Massilia (Hannibal at the Gates)
Massilia (Hannibal at the Gates)
Greek Rebel
Hellenic Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Hellenic Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Italian
Italian
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Etruscan League (Hannibal at the Gates)
Etruscan League (Hannibal at the Gates)
Samnites (Hannibal at the Gates)
Samnites (Hannibal at the Gates)
Italian Rebel
Latin Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
Latin Rebels (Hannibal at the Gates)
African
African
[DO NOT LOCALISE]
Gaetuli (Hannibal at the Gates)
Gaetuli (Hannibal at the Gates)
Garamantia (Hannibal at the Gates)
Garamantia (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)
African 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]
Lusitani (Hannibal at the Gates)
Lusitani (Hannibal at the Gates)
Rome
Rome
[PLACEHOLDER]
Rome (Hannibal at the Gates)
Rome (Hannibal at the Gates)
Syracuse
Syracuse
[PLACEHOLDER]
Syracuse (Hannibal at the Gates)
Syracuse (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)
Lusitani Tribal Council (Hannibal at the Gates)
Lusitani Tribal Council (Hannibal at the Gates)
Senate loyalists (Hannibal at the Gates)
Senate loyalists (Hannibal at the Gates)
Syracusan Nobles (Hannibal at the Gates)
Syracusan Nobles (Hannibal at the Gates)

Imperator Augustus

Nomadic Tribes
Nomadic Tribes
Placeholder
Alani (Imperator Augustus)
Alani (Imperator Augustus)
Aorsoi (Imperator Augustus)
Aorsoi (Imperator Augustus)
Buri (Imperator Augustus)
Buri (Imperator Augustus)
Dahae (Imperator Augustus)
Dahae (Imperator Augustus)
Iastae (Imperator Augustus)
Iastae (Imperator Augustus)
Nahanarvali (Imperator Augustus)
Nahanarvali (Imperator Augustus)
Roxolani (Imperator Augustus)
Roxolani (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!
Antony's Rome (Imperator Augustus)
Antony's Rome (Imperator Augustus)
Lepidus' Rome (Imperator Augustus)
Lepidus' Rome (Imperator Augustus)
Octavian's Rome (Imperator Augustus)
Octavian's Rome (Imperator Augustus)
Pompey's Rome (Imperator Augustus)
Pompey's Rome (Imperator Augustus)
Rome Civil War
Antony's Rivals (Imperator Augustus)
Antony's Rivals (Imperator Augustus)
Lepidus' Rivals (Imperator Augustus)
Lepidus' Rivals (Imperator Augustus)
Octavian's Rivals (Imperator Augustus)
Octavian's Rivals (Imperator Augustus)
Pompey's Rivals (Imperator Augustus)
Pompey's Rivals (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)
Armenia (Imperator Augustus)
Armenia (Imperator Augustus)
Cappadocia (Imperator Augustus)
Cappadocia (Imperator Augustus)
Characene (Imperator Augustus)
Characene (Imperator Augustus)
Drangiana (Imperator Augustus)
Drangiana (Imperator Augustus)
Judea (Imperator Augustus)
Judea (Imperator Augustus)
Kartli (Imperator Augustus)
Kartli (Imperator Augustus)
Media Atropatene (Imperator Augustus)
Media Atropatene (Imperator Augustus)
Palmyra (Imperator Augustus)
Palmyra (Imperator Augustus)
Paradene (Imperator Augustus)
Paradene (Imperator Augustus)
Parthia (Imperator Augustus)
Parthia (Imperator Augustus)
Persia (Imperator Augustus)
Persia (Imperator Augustus)
Pontus (Imperator Augustus)
Pontus (Imperator Augustus)
Eastern Empires Civil War
Armenian Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Armenian 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)
Cherusci (Imperator Augustus)
Cherusci (Imperator Augustus)
Cimbri (Imperator Augustus)
Cimbri (Imperator Augustus)
Frisii (Imperator Augustus)
Frisii (Imperator Augustus)
Gutones (Imperator Augustus)
Gutones (Imperator Augustus)
Helisii (Imperator Augustus)
Helisii (Imperator Augustus)
Helveconae (Imperator Augustus)
Helveconae (Imperator Augustus)
Marcomanni (Imperator Augustus)
Marcomanni (Imperator Augustus)
Quadi (Imperator Augustus)
Quadi (Imperator Augustus)
Rugii (Imperator Augustus)
Rugii (Imperator Augustus)
Semnones (Imperator Augustus)
Semnones (Imperator Augustus)
Germanic Tribes Civil War
Marcomanni Elders (Imperator Augustus)
Marcomanni Elders (Imperator Augustus)
African Kingdoms
African Kingdoms
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Axum (Imperator Augustus)
Axum (Imperator Augustus)
Blemmyes (Imperator Augustus)
Blemmyes (Imperator Augustus)
Gaetuli (Imperator Augustus)
Gaetuli (Imperator Augustus)
Garamantia (Imperator Augustus)
Garamantia (Imperator Augustus)
Mauri (Imperator Augustus)
Mauri (Imperator Augustus)
Meroe (Imperator Augustus)
Meroe (Imperator Augustus)
Nabatea (Imperator Augustus)
Nabatea (Imperator Augustus)
Nasamones (Imperator Augustus)
Nasamones (Imperator Augustus)
Numidia (Imperator Augustus)
Numidia (Imperator Augustus)
Balkan Tribes
Balkan Tribes
The Illyrian tribes established themselves as pirates along the Adriatic coast and as far east as Apollonia, sweeping away the culture-complexes of the Neolithic Balkans as the Bronze Age dawned.

Largely remaining distinct from their Illyrian and Greek neighbours, the Thracian Getae and Odrysians were so powerful that the Greeks feared their descent from the north to destroy civilisation.

The people of Tylis were Celts who settled in northern Thrace following Brennus\' failed invasion of Greece in the 4th century BC.
Bastarnae (Imperator Augustus)
Bastarnae (Imperator Augustus)
Breuci (Imperator Augustus)
Breuci (Imperator Augustus)
Dacia (Imperator Augustus)
Dacia (Imperator Augustus)
Iazyges (Imperator Augustus)
Iazyges (Imperator Augustus)
Thrace (Imperator Augustus)
Thrace (Imperator Augustus)
Balkan Tribes Civil War
Dacian Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Dacian Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Gallic Tribes
Gallic Tribes
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Belgae (Imperator Augustus)
Belgae (Imperator Augustus)
Boii (Imperator Augustus)
Boii (Imperator Augustus)
Galatia (Imperator Augustus)
Galatia (Imperator Augustus)
Gaul (Imperator Augustus)
Gaul (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)
Caledones (Imperator Augustus)
Caledones (Imperator Augustus)
Corieltauvi (Imperator Augustus)
Corieltauvi (Imperator Augustus)
Demetae (Imperator Augustus)
Demetae (Imperator Augustus)
Dumonii (Imperator Augustus)
Dumonii (Imperator Augustus)
Ebdani (Imperator Augustus)
Ebdani (Imperator Augustus)
Iceni (Imperator Augustus)
Iceni (Imperator Augustus)
Britannic Tribes Civil War
Iceni Elders (Imperator Augustus)
Iceni Elders (Imperator Augustus)
Iberian Tribes
Iberian Tribes
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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...
Egypt (Imperator Augustus)
Egypt (Imperator Augustus)
Successor Kingdoms Civil War
Egyptian Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Egyptian Nobles (Imperator Augustus)
Arabian Kingdoms
Arabian Kingdoms
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Gerrhea (Imperator Augustus)
Gerrhea (Imperator Augustus)
Himyar (Imperator Augustus)
Himyar (Imperator Augustus)
Ma'in (Imperator Augustus)
Ma'in (Imperator Augustus)
Mascat (Imperator Augustus)
Mascat (Imperator Augustus)
Qidri (Imperator Augustus)
Qidri (Imperator Augustus)
Saba (Imperator Augustus)
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)
British Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
British 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)
German Rebels (Imperator Augustus)
German 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)
Gortyn (Wrath of Sparta)
Gortyn (Wrath of Sparta)
Ionian League (Wrath of Sparta)
Ionian League (Wrath of Sparta)
Knossos (Wrath of Sparta)
Knossos (Wrath of Sparta)
Korkyra (Wrath of Sparta)
Korkyra (Wrath of Sparta)
Kydonia (Wrath of Sparta)
Kydonia (Wrath of Sparta)
Makedon (Wrath of Sparta)
Makedon (Wrath of Sparta)
Melos (Wrath of Sparta)
Melos (Wrath of Sparta)
Rodos (Wrath of Sparta)
Rodos (Wrath of Sparta)
Thessalian League (Wrath of Sparta)
Thessalian League (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)
Dorian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Dorian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Ionian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Ionian 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
Athenian Boule (Wrath of Sparta)
Athenian Boule (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.
Boiotian League (Wrath of Sparta)
Boiotian League (Wrath of Sparta)
Boiotian League Civil War
Boiotian Rivals (Wrath of Sparta)
Boiotian 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.
Korinthos (Wrath of Sparta)
Korinthos (Wrath of Sparta)
Korinthos Civil War
Korinthian Tyrants (Wrath of Sparta)
Korinthian Tyrants (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.
Persian Empire (Wrath of Sparta)
Persian Empire (Wrath of Sparta)
Persian Empire Rebel
Persian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Persian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Barbarian Tribes
Barbarian Tribes
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Thraike (Wrath of Sparta)
Thraike (Wrath of Sparta)
Barbarian Tribes Rebel
Barbarian Rebels (Wrath of Sparta)
Barbarian 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
Spartan Gerousia (Wrath of Sparta)
Spartan Gerousia (Wrath of Sparta)