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The Senate And People Of Rome (updated)

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Andrea Rosa
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Number of Scenarios: 8
Difficulty: Mod-Hard
The era of the great expansion of Roman power and civilization is the era of the Republic, in which Rome is ruled by the Senate. The history of the Republic is a history of continuous warfare, and all of the stories of Roman virtue and value date from this tumultuous period of defense and invasion.

This campaign spans from 497 BC to 39 BC and features 8 scenarios. You will start in Italy, fighting for supremacy against the Etruscans and the Latin League. After a short visit to Greece you'll be called to face Hannibal and the hated Carthaginian enemy, leading Rome through three tiresome Punic Wars and meeting the great general Scipio. Far beyond the Alps, Gaul awaits you, and Julius Caesar needs you in his struggle to bring Rome to its apogee. If Gaul wasn't enough, get ready to sail with Caesar toward Egypt to rescue Cleopatra and restore her reign, before undertaking your final task among undiscovered territories.

Andrea Rosa, Cittiglio ITALY


"The Senate And People Of Rome" was my first campaign. Originally released in December 2003, this campaign has been re-released in May 2005 with improved gameplay and map design. The original version is no longer available to the wide public, however if you wish to have it for a comparison feel free to mail me ( The list of changes and additions is very long, starting from a completely redesigned scenario to the addition of an edited language.dll and new bitmaps. Many of these changes have been made following users impressions and feedback. I hope you will enjoy the overall lifting and the new features.


* Despite the subject, this campaign was designed to be played with the original Age of Empires, not its expansion pack Rise of Rome.

* The suggested difficulty setting range from "Easy" to "Hard", please avoid playing on "Easiest" and "Hardest" or some parts of this campaign might not work.

* Carefully read the Hints before playing a scenario, because loss conditions are usually stored there.


Optionally you can install this file into your AoE main folder (remember to make a temporary back-up of the original language.dll) This modified language.dll renames the heroes in the game, try it for a more realistic gaming experience.
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conker19143 hey andrea played the camaign today took me hours spectacular designs keep up the good word conk(L)

[Edited on 09/01/09 @ 01:42 PM]

Thompsoncs It is clearly a nicely done campaign, good instruction map and story. As you might have noticed, I made a long campaign covering Rome's early stages too. It is called Roman campaign (at the moment the old version is still there, but very soon a remake will be uploaded).

Thanks to this campaign, I have learnt a lot of Roman history and although your story is good, your history is a little bit less. The 1st Macedonian war did not start until the end of the second punic war and Rome did barely fought in this one. In the first map, horse archers are present, but historically this can't be.

These are just a few things on a further great campaign.
Ryan Huynh When I play it it's Greek change it to roman
peter2008 Wow. This campaign gave me a lot of gaming pleasure. The starting scenes are compellingly tight and tricky. Battles are fierce and ongoing. Sometimes I was challenged to try desperate counter attacks for to break free from a narrow situation (on hard). Found one, two new tiny fighting tactics. So, balance is great.
The campaign is long, food for the addiction.

Just a remark concerning the titles of two scenarios. I'd exchange "Hail Caesar" and "Veni vidi vici": the latter he said when at Alesia, so it belongs to that mission. The salute, as an outcome of his victories and a sign of his fame, would fit better to the Cleapatra scenario.
yosumi Could someone give me some help with the puzzle in Delenda Carthago est? I get it partly but don't know what I am eventually supposed to do.

E: found help from youtube.

[Edited on 07/09/20 @ 08:46 AM]

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