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At the peak of the Roman Empire's reach, around A.D. 117, the Empire stretched as far north as modern Scotland, stretched down through Europe east into Asia as far as the border between modern day Iraq and Iran, with its southern reaches extending into northern Africa.
The Roman Empire reached its peak in about 117 AD, when the Emperor Trajan was ruling. At the empire's height, it was a huge and vast empire. There was more than five million square miles in the empire. It stretched all the way from Britannia, or roughly modern day Scotland or England in the north, into Africa in the south. The empire extended across most of Europe and into Asia.
Northern England and Southern Scotland.
Roman Empire expanded to Northern England and briefly in Southern Scotland.
The Roman Empire, during its peak, went as far north as Britannia. It took the regions of Londinium and Eboracum and went passed them. It was around AD 117 when the Roman Empire reached its greatest extend. After Trajan's death, many provinces were abandoned.
in 1803 the louisiana purchase took place, doubling the size of the country. by 1840 almost 7 million americans had migrated westward in hopes of securing land and being prosperous. the belief that settlers were destined to expand to the west is often referred to as manifest destiny.
the real answer is b