Rome tried to expand more during The Pax Romana, sometimes they were successful and sometimes they were not. For a while the province Armenia changed loyalties between Parthia and Rome, and Augustus’s grandsons’ were battling for control over it. They all died in the fight which left control of Armenia to Tiberius. From 30 BC to 25 BC representatives from Rome tried to acquire more of Egypt, but failed because Egypt fought back angrily. So they kept the original border lines in Egypt.
Judea is one of the places Rome expanded to during The Pax Romana. After King Herod’s death, control of Judea was divided among his sons. Rome did not like this form of government, so they took over. Ruling over Judea was not peaceful, so the Jewish natives fiercely resisted. After a lot of fighting Judea finally found peace in the 60s AD.
Although The Pax Romana was the most peaceful time in Rome there was still some f...
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... mainly the leadership of Augustus and Tiberius that expanded borders and made peace. It was from 27 BC to 180 AD. During this time Rome expanded all over. If a revolt of control resistance broke out or, Rome was expanding they would fight. Money was not being spent as much on war so the art and architecture economy was very good. Though out this period of time there were a few leaders who expanded the empire and had border security so it would be peaceful inside of the empire.
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