Pax
Pax or PAX may refer to:
Pax Romana
Pax Romana (Latin for "Roman peace") was the long period of relative peace and minimal expansion by the Roman military force experienced by the Roman Empire after the end of the Final War of the Roman...
List of periods of regional peace
The word "pax" together with the Latin name of an empire or nation is used to refer to a period of peace or at least stability, enforced by a hegemon.
Pax Assyriaca
The Pax Assyriaca, Latin for "the Assyrian peace", was a relatively long period of peace in the Neo-Assyrian Empire during the 7th century (ca. 700-630/620 B.C.). The term was coined in parallel to P...
Pax Assyriaca - Wikipedia
Pax Hispanica
The Pax Hispanica (Latin for "Spanish Peace") refers to a period of twenty-three years coinciding with renewed Spanish ascendancy in Europe (roughly 1598–1621), when Spain achieved European stability ...
Pax Americana
Pax Americana (Latin for "American Peace") is a term applied to the historical concept of relative peace in the Western Hemisphere and later the Western world resulting from the preponderance of power...
Pax Americana - Wikipedia
Pax Germanica
Pax Germanica, Latin for "German peace", is a fictional alternative history describing a different world order that the proponents think would have followed an Imperial German victory in World War I o...
Pax Ottomana
In historiography, the Pax Ottomana (literally "the Ottoman Peace") or Pax Ottomanica is a term referring to the economic and social stability attained in the conquered provinces of the Ottoman Empir...
Pax Mongolica
The Pax Mongolica (less often known as Pax Tatarica) (Latin for "Mongol Peace") is a historiographical term, modeled after the original phrase Pax Romana, which describes the stabilizing effects of th...
Pax Mongolica - Wikipedia
Pax Syriana
Pax Syriana (Lat., "Syrian Peace") is a historiographical term, modeled after the original phrase Pax Romana, used in the study of international relations in Western Asia, usually pertaining to effort...
Pax Sumerica
Pax Sumerica, Latin for "the Sumerian peace", during Ur III, or, Neo-Sumerian Empire. The Sumerian Peace is traditionally considered to have extended until the death of Hammurabi, of the first Babylon...
Pax Europaea
Pax Europaea (English: the European peace – after the historical Pax Romana), is the period of relative peace experienced by Europe in the period following World War II—often associated above al...
Pax Praetoriana
Pax Praetoriana (or Pax Pretoriana) refers to the relative stability of modern South Africa and the (economically and politically) dominant foreign policy of the country towards the African continent ...
Organization of the Mongol Empire under Genghis Khan

Coined as a parallel to Pax Romana, the Pax Mongolica (Latin for "Peace of the Mongols") was the term for situation where trade between China and Europe in the 13th and 14th centuries was common ...
Organization of the Mongol Empire under Genghis Khan - Wikipedia
Pax Sinica
Pax Sinica (Latin for "Chinese peace") is a historiographical term, modeled after the original phrase Pax Romana, applied to the period of peace in East Asia, maintained by Chinese hegemony. It is us...
Pax Britannica
Pax Britannica (Latin for "British Peace", modelled after Pax Romana) was the period of relative peace in Europe and the world (1815–1914) during which the British Empire became the global hegemon (do...
Pax Britannica - Wikipedia
Mongol invasion of China
The Mongol invasion of China spanned six decades in the 13th century and involved the defeat of the Jin dynasty, Western Xia, the Dali Kingdom and the Southern Song, which finally fell in 1279. The M...