Fall of the Roman Empire (180-476)

Revolt of the Praetorians (1964)
Centurion Valerius Rufus goes up against the unpopular Emperor Domitian (reigned 81 to 96); both Rufus and his fiancée, Lucilla are sentenced to be immersed in a cauldron of molten lead; Valerius's friends come to his aid
The Dacians (1966)
Dacia (today's Romania) and Domitian's Dacian War; border defense against raids of Moesia from Dacia in 86–87
Columna (1968)
Roman Emperor Trajan (reigned 98-117) has just murdered all the local men of Dacia and holds a military stronghold in what will later become Romania
Fall of the Roman Empire (1964)
Sophia Loren; troubles under Emperor Commodus (who ruled from 180 to 192)
Sign of the Gladiator (1959)
C. 260-273, Septimia 47 obia, wife of the assassinated Septimius Odaenathus, a Prince of Palmyra and governor of province of Syria, takes over, rebels against Rome and establishes short-lived Palmyrene Empire
The Magnificent Gladiator (1964)
Roman soldiers capture Attalus (a.k.a. Hercules) and he become a great gladiator; he falls in love with Velida, the daughter of Emperor Gallienus (reigned 260-268), but a nobleman wants her for himself
Constantine and the Cross (1961)
Early 4th c. A.D. emperor battling Romans
Fabiola (1949)
Rome early in the reign of Constantine I, c. 312
The Visigoth's sack of Rome, 410
Ágora (2009)
Davus, a slave of the philosopher Hypatia of Alexandria, falls in love with her; she was killed in 415 by a Christian mob involved in anti-Jewish antics
Augustine of Hippo (1972)
Italian story of St. Augustine (354-430)
Augustine: The Decline of the Roman Empire (2010)
Made for TV movie; 430, Augustine tells his own story and that of Rome's too
Attila (2001)
The famous barbarian (died 453)
Attila (1954)
With Sophia Loren
Sign of the Pagan (1954)
Attila the Hun threatens Constantinople and Rome