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List of Roman Provinces

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Map of the Roman Republic.

The Roman state was the largest state in the Ancient world. In its heyday in the second century AD, it consisted of 36 provinces and was located on several continents. Roman provinces are arranged in the order of their formation:

1. Sicily (227 BC)

2. Sardinia and Corsica (227 BC)

3. Far Spain-Betica (197 BC)

4. Near Spain-Tarraconian Spain (197 BC)

5. Macedonia (148 BC)

6. Africa (146 BC)

7. Asia (133 BC)

8. Gaul of Narbonne (120 BC)

9. Cilicia (92 BC)

10. Crete and Cyrenaica (75 BC)

11. Pontus and Bithynia (74-66 BC)

12. Syria and Palestine (63 BC)

13. Gaul of Lugudunum (52 BC)

14. Belgica (52 BC)

15. Aquitaine (52 BC)

16. New Africa-Numidia (46 BC)

17. Egypt (30 BC)

18. Illyricum (27 BC)

19. Achaia (27 BC)

20. Galatia (25 BC)

21. Lusitania (19 BC)

22. Raetia (15 BC)

23. Noricum (15 BC)

24. Moesia (15 BC)

25. Pannonia (10 BC)

26. Dalmatia (AD 6)

27. Germania Superior (AD 16)

28. Lower Germany (AD 16)

29. Cappadocia (17 AD)

30. Mauretania Tingitana (40-41 AD)

31. Mauretania Caesarea (40-41 AD)

32. Lycia and Pamphylia (A.D. 43)

33. Britain (44 AD)

34. Thrace (46 AD)

35. Arabia (105 AD)

36. Dacia (107 AD)

Map of the Roman Empire

Literature

1. Istoriya Drevnego Rima [History of Ancient Rome], ed. by V. I. Kuzishchina, Moscow: Vyssh. shk., 2000, 391 p.

2. Kovalev S. I. Istoriya Rima [History of Rome]. New edition, revised and expanded/Ed. by Prof. E. D. Frolov. - St. Petersburg.:"Polygon Publishing House. - 2002. -864 p.