Pax Romana

Latin noun phrase
Pax Ro·ma·na | \ˌpäks-rō-ˈmä-nä \

Definition of Pax Romana 

: Roman peace used for the period of relative tranquility in the Roman Republic and Empire from circa 27 b.c. to circa a.d. 180

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