Rome, Its Rise and Fall; A Text-Book for High Schools and Colleges

Rome, Its Rise and Fall; A Text-Book for High Schools and Colleges

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...Institutions Romanes, p. 208. This table represents the grouping of the provinces during the first two centuries of the empire. Where the circumstances under which a province was created are explained in the present text, reference is made to the proper paragraph. W. T. Arnold's The Roman System of Provincial Administration will be found the very best short account of the provinces under both the republic and the empire. II.--Provinces Organized Under The Empire. B.C. 15. jEgyptus (par. 207) 30 16. Mcesia (par. 210). 29? 17. Lusitania1 (par. 210, n. 8). 27? 18. Achaia (par. 135) 27 19. Galatia 25 20. Cyprus 22 21. Aquitania (par. 192, n. 2). 22. Lugdunensis (par. 192, n. 2) 23. Belgica (par. 210, n. 10) 24. Raetia (par. 210) 25. Noricum (par. 210) 26. Alpes Maritime 14 A.D. 27. Pannonia (par. 210) 10 28. Cappadocia 17 29. Germania Superior 30. Germania Inferior 31. Mauretania Tingitana 32. Mauretania Caesariensis ) 33. Pamphylia and Eycia 43 34. Britannia (par. 219) 43 35. Thracia 46 36. Alpes Cottiae under Nerp 37. Epirus under Vespasian 38. Arabia (par. 226) 105 39. Dacia (par. 226) 107 40. Armenia (par. 226) 41. Mesopotamia (par. 226) f "5 42. Assyria (par. 226) ) 43. Alpes Penninae in the second century 44. Numidia between 193 and 211 1 The names placed between brackets indicate provinces formed by subdivision of older provinces. CHAPTER XV. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE EMPIRE AND THE REIGN OF AUGUSTUS CAESAR. (31 B.C.-A.D. 14.) 208. The Character of the Imperial Government The hundred years of strife which ended with the battle of Actium left the Roman republic, exhausted and helpless, in the hands of one wise enough and strong enough to remold its crumbling fragments in such a manner that the state, which seemed ready to fall to pieces, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 172 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 318g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236607007
  • 9781236607003