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Biggest Roman Empire Countries

Can you name the modern-day countries with the most territory that was part of the Roman Empire at its maximum extent in 117 A.D.?
  • Estimates based on this map
  • % = percent of country that was former Roman territory
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Mar 06, 2017
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%
km2
Country
98
770,000
60
600,000
82
525,000
99
500,000
100
301,000
50
220,000
8
200,000
75
175,000
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km2
Country
8
150,000
33
150,000
80
150,000
62
150,000
100
132,000
70
115,000
100
111,000
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level 65
Jan 16, 2017
Great quiz! Especially appropriate given that I just spent my lunch break reading about the Punic Wars...
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level 49
May 13, 2017
You thrill seeker, you.
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level 61
Jan 16, 2017
Monaco, San Marino and Vatican?
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level 69
Jan 16, 2017
Much smaller than 111,000 square kilometers.
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level 65
Jan 25, 2017
Come on, the Vatican is only around 250,000x too small. It's almost big enough.
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level 61
May 13, 2017
I mean surely they were part of the Roman Empire and should be included in the quiz. Nowhere does it say there is a cut off in terms of country size.
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level 40
May 13, 2017
The order of the countries is by most land area in the Roman Empire. While those countries were part of the Roman Empire, they are very small, and even the entire country has less land area than the part of Bulgaria that was in the Roman Empire.
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level 80
Jan 17, 2017
If not roman, what is the other 18% of France?
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level 65
Jan 17, 2017
possibly French Guayana?
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level 64
Jan 17, 2017
Good shout
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level 80
Jan 19, 2017
Then Spain should not be 100% (Canary Islands)
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Mar 6, 2017
Changed Spain to 99%
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level 57
May 13, 2017
If you read Asterix, you'll find the answer.
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level 63
May 13, 2017
Good one, preproman :-) Still, the Hexagone and Corsica have an area of roughly 550,000 sq km, French Guyana and other overseas departments not included, so I don’t see why it should be only 525,000 sq km.
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level 63
Jan 19, 2017
What about Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Kosovo, Portugal, Israel, Cyprus, Netherlands, Luxembourg etc. etc.
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level 65
Jan 20, 2017
They all have less than 100000 km2.
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level 9
May 13, 2017
Scotland was never part of the Roman Empire - just for you info, I know we are counted as part of the UK though.
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level 67
May 13, 2017
It says 62% of UK.
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level 45
May 13, 2017
Great quiz!
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level 37
May 13, 2017
All right, but apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, a fresh water system, and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?
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level 40
May 14, 2017
Turkey surprised me!
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level 70
May 15, 2017
Turkey became the very heart of the Roman Empire after Constantine moved the capital to Byzantium (Istanbul), up until the Turks from Central Asia conquered it many centuries later.
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level 55
May 15, 2017
Got UK trying to type Ukraine, otherwise wouldn't have gotten 100%
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