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The Age of Discovery was a time period that occured in Romulan society.

On Stardate -3/8704.2, Vaonus of Calanista postulated that Romulus sister planet of Remus was inahabitable which heralded the start of the Age of Discovery. Originally, legends stated that life existed on other worlds but this was the first time scientific data supported this theory. (TOS roleplay module: The Romulan Way: Game Operations Manual)

The FASA material contradicts canon elements that showed Remus was a harsh uninhabitable world, however, its possible that the Age of Discovery was more about the rediscovery of space flight technology then simply colonization of Remus which was already inhabited by the Remans.

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Halo

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The Age of Discovery is a time period in Covenant history. It is believed that during this Age, the Prophets (possibly with the help of the Engineers) discovered the remains of Forerunner technology, probably giving birth to the Covenant religion with its central theme that the activation of the Halo Array would begin the Great Journey for the Covenant, leading them to salvation. What they did not know is that activating a Halo causes destruction of all sentient life in the Galaxy.

Progression of the Ages

During the Progression of the Ages, an appropriate dialogue is as followed:[1]

Leader, or Chieftain: Discovery.
Congregation, or Pack: Fourth! Wonder and understanding!

Representation

The Age of Discovery is represented by carved geodes.[1]

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Halo: Contact Harvest, page 196

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