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Romans of the Enlightenment and Industrial Era

Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by Lonecat Nekophrodite, Aug 18, 2019.

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What are the Historically most accurate representations of the Romans in the Enlightenment Era (Late

  1. Austria

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  2. Papal States

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  3. Spain (or more correctly, Bourbon France)

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  4. Kingdom of Two Sicilies

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  5. Kingdom of Savoy

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  6. Republic of Venice

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  7. France (First Republic and First Empire)

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  8. None of above: Romans are Romans and none of these states can claim the Heritage of Rome.

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  1. Lonecat Nekophrodite

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    Another Modding Potential thread.
    It is well known that Roman Empire dissolved in the 5th or 6th Century AD. Only the eastern (known today as Byzantines) preserved much of the old Roman Heritage. it too didn't survive, conquered by the Ottomans (Turks) in 15th Century. And also it is well known that Italy is a cradle of Roman Civilization (or rather a vice versa, Modern Italians are more or less children or Old Roma).

    By the Enlightenment Era and the Industrial Era, The Italy itself was divided in many bickering states; Venice to the East. Papal States seated in Rome, yes the very seat of old Roman Empire, some went to Austria (By that time they still called their holdings as the Holy Roman Empire, until Napoleon took Vienna sometimes in 19th Century.), the other.. Spanish... To the south, Naples to Sicily lies The Kingdom of Two Sicilies, One of the three Bourbon Holdings....

    http://www.collezioni-f.it/museo/pont/pont.html

    What are the Historically most accurate representations of the Romans in the Enlightenment Era (Late Renaissance) and the Early Industrial Era? if the Modern ones are easily represented by Italy (Modern Roman names shown in the game are actually Italians)
     

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