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 Translation for 'Western Roman Empire' from English to Russian
NOUN   the Western Roman Empire | -
SYNO Western Empire | Western Roman Empire
ист.
Западная Римская империя {ж}
Western Roman Empire
Partial Matches
ист.
Римская империя {ж}
Roman Empire
империя {ж}empire
ист.
Германская империя {ж} [1871-1918]
German Empire
ист.
колониальная империя {ж}
colonial empire
архит.иск.ист.
ампир {м}
Empire style
ист.
Каролингская империя {ж}
Carolingian Empire [also: Carolingian empire]
римский {adj}Roman
римлянин {м}Roman
зоол.T
виноградная улитка {ж} [Helix pomatia]
Roman snail
миф.
римская мифология {ж}
Roman mythology
религ.
римско-католический {adj}
Roman Catholic
римлянка {ж}Roman [female]
римские цифры {мн}Roman numerals
спорт
греко-римская борьба {ж}
Greco-Roman wrestling
западный {adj}western
орн.T
западноамериканская поганка {ж} [Aechmophorus occidentalis]
western grebe
орн.T
желтощёкая розелла {ж} [Platycercus icterotis]
western rosella
unverified
геогр.морс.
Западные Алеутские острова {мн}
Western Aleutians
unverified
геогр.
Западные Алеутские острова {мн}
Western Aleutian Islands
геогр.
Западная Сахара {ж}
Western Sahara <.eh>
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Usage Examples English
  • The Hasdingi settled in Gallaecia (today Galicia, Asturias and the north of Portugal) along with the Suebi in 409 AD and their kingdom was one of the earliest Barbarian territories to be founded before the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
  • With the end of the Western Roman Empire, Western Europe entered the Middle Ages with great difficulties that affected the continent's intellectual production.
  • In 410, during Honorius's reign over the Western Roman Empire, Rome was sacked for the first time in almost 800 years.
  • He is responsible for the sack of Rome in 410, one of several notable events in the Western Roman Empire's eventual decline.
  • The areas administered from Rome are referred to by historians the Western Roman Empire and those under the immediate authority of Constantinople called the Eastern Roman Empire or (after the Battle of Yarmouk in 636 AD) the Later Roman or Byzantine Empire.

  • When the Germanic peoples entered the provinces of the Western Roman Empire and began founding their own kingdoms there, most of them were Arian Christians.
  • After the barbarians overran the Western Roman Empire, Constantinople became the indisputable capital city of the Roman Empire.
  • After the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century, the area was subjugated by the Ostrogoths for 50 years, before being incorporated into the Byzantine Empire.
  • Records of boxing activity disappeared in the west after the fall of the Western Roman Empire when the wearing of weapons became common once again and interest in fighting with the fists waned.
  • He had previously been on good terms with the Western Roman Empire and its influential general Flavius Aëtius.

  • The Burgundians were Germanic peoples who moved west when the Western Roman Empire collapsed and occupied and named Burgundy in France.
  • It became the Duchy of Bavaria (a stem duchy) in the 6th century AD following the collapse of the Western Roman Empire.
  • Some authors even argue for late Basquisation, that the language moved westward during Late Antiquity after the fall of the Western Roman Empire into the northern part of Hispania into what is now Basque Country.
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