MAPS: Mesopotamia Egypt 0030BC – 0200AD

Egypt 0030BC – 0200AD


Egypt contains one of the largest and wealthiest cities of the Roman empire,[1] Alexandria. It is a major commercial centre, and one of the great cultural centres of the Greek-speaking parts of the empire.

The rest of the country is treated as a personal estate of the emperor, with the economy organized to extract as much produce as possible for export to Rome – Egypt continues to be the main source of grain for the imperial capital.


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