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1

Africa Nova

45 BC
Annexed by Caesar, Numidia Augustus allowed it to revert o a vassal kingdom, bequeathed to Juba II

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De-annexation of Cisalpine Gaul ca.

40 BC
• The governor of Transalpine Gaul died, his son left it to Octavian
• Designated for Antony per the Triumviral agreements
• Bequeathal of the province to Octavian gave him an opportunity to seize and challenge Antony’s authority there
• By accepting this Octavian was not honoring the arrangement
• Octavian closed Brundisium to Antony, so he besieged it

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Africa Proconsularis

27 BC
• Another great supplier of grain
• Though a senatorial province, was allowed to keep 1 legion
• Carthage was rebuilt and became the chief city

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Egypt

31 BC
Annexed after the suicide of Antony and Cleopatra
• The richest of all Augustan annexations and a producer of 1/3 the grain supplies
• No one was allowed to enter Egypt without the permission of the princeps
• Governed by equestrian prefects

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Lusitania

19
 BC
The west part of Father Spain, an imperial province

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Baetica

19
 BC
the south part of Father Spain, a senatorial province

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Tarraconensis

19
 BC
used to be called Nearer Spain, imperial province

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Gallia Narbonensis

12 BC
renamed from Gallia Transalpina, senatorial province

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Aquitania

12 BC
one of the three outer Gauls, run by one governor

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Belgica

12 BC
one of the three outer Gauls, run by one governor

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Gallia Lugdunensis

12 BC
one of the three outer Gauls, run by one governor

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Moesia

6 AD
took part in the Great rebellion on Rome’s side, was an imperial province

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Dalmatia

9 AD
• In 27 BC Augustus annexed Illyricum, a senatorial province
• Later is renamed and becomes an imperial province

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Rhine

The Northern Frontier. Defense of Gaul against German incursions required implementation of a defense policy and defensive installations along the Rhine. Defense of Gaul entrusted to 8 legions stationed along the Rhine

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Teutoberg Forest

Where Arminius attacked Varus’ men