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Economy Ancient Rome was an agrarian and slave based economy.
Egestes Goddess of poverty.
Emesa Roman Mint in Macrianus (Syria).
Enemy Leaders They are 'barbarian' leaders who provided major threats to Rome.
Epirus Conquered in 167 BC, became a Roman Province with Macedonia in 148 BC.
Equites Legionis The cavalry units attached directly to the Legion.
Essedari Celtic style charioteers, likely first brought to Rome from Britain by Caesar.
Etruscans One of Rome's earliest rivals on the Italian peninsula.
Eusebius An early Christian scholar and priest in the church at Caesarea.
Execution The death penalty was a rarely used deterrent in the Roman Legion.

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