Social justice – No revolt in the Roman Empire

July 5, 2018 – Of course there were revolts in the Roman Empire. Just think of the uprising of the confederates in Italy, the Ephesian Vespers or the Jewish wars …

Nevertheless, despite all social differences and the lack of a social system in the modern sense, there was a long time of peace throughout the largest part of the Roman Empire between 27 BC and the murder of Caracalla in AD 217. In this film we will tell you how this was possible.

You can find more films from our series “On Crises and Failures” in our Podcast section.

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