Pax Romana[päks rō mä′nä, paks rō mā′nə]
Pax Romana definition by Webster's New World
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- the comparative peace brought about by Roman rule over the Mediterranean world (27 - 180)
- any such relatively peaceful political condition resulting from the dominance of a large power
Origin: Classical Latin Roman peace