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    “Whereas the Roman Empire (27 BCE – 395 CE)”

    *Puts head on desk* The classical Roman Empire came to an end roughly at that time, however the Roman Empire technically continued after the capital was moved from Rome to Constantinople, until the Ottomans took over the city in 1453 and ending Roman power. Can I request as a history buff that we not make this common error of understanding the Roman Empire’s time span, all you have to add is the word “classical” in there and try and be a bit more accurate?

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      Ali, thank you for the comment. I’ve made the correction, which will need to be approved by editorial staff.

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