:lol: :laugh: ....Mesofius..i thought you was a bit more critical...illyrians but close enough.
Trajan Decius (249-251), Diocletian, Maximianus Herculius, Constantine the great, Anastasius I, Justin I, Justinan I the great (527-565) and many more unimportant emperors.
Well there is my country, you might say that during Yugoslavia was the best period coz we didn't have to feel threatened or intimidated to our right of self determination, yet there were still many injustices on the people in neighbouring countries who were threatened and didn't have the same liberties. At least that's picking up, however slow, now days though.Is there another country just as pathetic as mine that has never had a really good period of history? I need to know about one to make me feel better about my own history.
Well statistically, for us that was the era of happiness and prosperity (the Brezhnev era may as well be called our "golden-age") Overall, back then things were much better, except that life was more difficult.
well you are the one who should actually be more critical... What.. dont you believe world renomned Brittanica Encyclopedia? You can read the full article here: http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-26697/ancient-Rome:lol: :laugh: ....Mesofius..i thought you was a bit more critical...