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Romans (الروم)


From the Quranic Arabic Corpus - Ontology of Quranic Concepts

Romans (الروم) are an ancient people who are mentioned in Quran, in verse (30:2). A chapter of the Quran is also named after the Romans.

The Colosseum in Rome, one of the most recognizable works of the Roman Empire.

This category is part of the following classification in the ontology:

Concept (root)
Living Creation
Sentient Creation
Historic People
Romans (الروم)
Quranic Concept
Parent categoryHistoric People

Romans are referred to in verse (30:2) of chapter (30) sūrat l-rūm (The Romans):

Sahih International: The Byzantines have been defeated

Visual Concept Map

The map below shows the part of the visual ontology for this concept. You can click on other concepts in the map for related information:

Historic PeopleHumanAhmadMuhammadMessengerBedouinChildren of AdamChildren of IsraelCompanions of the CaveGog and MagogHudIblisKingMadyanRomansSalihShuaybTubba

Concept map for Romans. Related concepts are highlighted in blue.

Knowledge Base

// Predicate logic relations for the ontology concept romans:

(subclass romans historic-people)

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