Roman conquest of Africa
Date: 1789-1893
Location: Africa
Outcome: Colonization outside of Ethiopia

Quadruple Alliance Emblem To-be Quadruple Alliance

Flag Hydronia Hidronis Grand Monarchy

African Natives

  • Ashtani Ashtani
  • Kongo Kingdom of Kongo

Non-native nations in Africa

The Roman Conquest of Africa was a grouping of the military campaigns by several nations, especially the Roman Empire, to take over Africa (excluding Northern Africa, which was already controlled by Hydronia, Rome, and Greece) from native nations. Advances in mapping and technology allowed the Roman empire to begin the conquest 200 years before European nations were able to in the real world, though the single Empire trying to subjugate the entire continent took significantly longer than a whole group of nations.

Rome was supported in it's conquest by Xanjon, Sassanid Persia, and Darian Persia, though they did little land grabbing compared to Rome, mainly just mining out African minerals. Greece was already colonizing some of Africa, but it halted it's expansion and signed treaties with the Native Nations against Rome.

Roman expansion continued across the whole continent despite resistance, halting for a time in the 1870s during the Russo-Roman war. The Romans destroyed all of the Native countries excepting the resilient Ethiopia. Greece managed to keep it's colonies in Africa after purchasing the land from Ethiopia.

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