Yeah,Britain isn't even useful to Rome so they'll just leave it there.Although it's probable many priests will go there to Christianize the population.
Yeah, but China is a super power now, They will catch up, and centuries of rule of the roman lands should make it easy too keep the land or retake it.Rome could be a behemoth but sadly a comatose one that ends up like China in the 19th century, with outside nations nibbling and taking concessions with perhaps anti-concessionists using Christianity as a unifying factor as well.
Well, Majorian will be involved in the battle against the Rugii on the Alemanni front, through the like won't be fighting too much longer due to his progressing age and that injury of his.Nice detailing, looking forward to see what Majorian does, or if he manages to even live long enough
I haven't quite thought that far ahead, this series will only cover over a century at best, if that. But the idea of Rome becoming like a European version of China is certainly an intriguing one.So, how likely do you see this in the long-run leading to a China-esque idea of Rome developing?
Glycerius won't really be involved in this timeline, though Anthemius might, though he would only be involved in a limited capacity.Just read through the whole thing. I like the simple PoD and the goings on in the Roman court. You mentioned a Majorian Dynasty earlier, and I'm looking forward to seeing what happens to his legacy.
I'm guessing Britain is much the same as OTL.
Majorian probably won't retake all of the West back, though he has done more than enough, having successfully stabilized the west (at least for the time being) and allowed for the potential of future reconquests.Honestly if Majorian does retake the west. How long can he hold it for?
Possibly, I have thought of the possibility, though that would be MUCH later down the road, going into Majorian's grandchildren.Will reconquest of Germania be an option in the far future?