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Definitions of ROMAN PROVINCES
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To the time of the battle of Actium (B.C 31), the Roman provinces were: Sicily ; Sardinia and Corsica ; hither and further Spain ; hither Gaul ; Gallia Narbonensis ; Illyrium ; Macedonia ; Achaia ; Asia ; Cilicia ; Syria ; Bithynia and Pontus ; Cyprus ; Africa ; Cyrene and Crete ; Numidia ; Mauretania. Some were subsequently added ; and the number was also increased by the subdivision of old provinces.
By Henry Percy Smith
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