Provinces of the Roman Empire 116 AD Game Information Page

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Provinces of the Roman Empire 116 AD

Provinces of the Roman Empire 116 AD

EC created by Niklas, 7 years ago in History

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Tags Ancient, Civilization, Culture, History, Latin, Rome

This game has 39 questions

Comments (16)

slaaty

slaaty

This game is featured in the current tournament at Not About Speed, consisting of less than perfectly rated games, which may deserve better.

3 years ago

Zara Scarlet

Zara Scarlet

You've missed out the three small provinces straddling the Alps, along the modern day border of France and Italy....Maritimae, Cottiae and Poeninae

3 years ago

Niklas

Niklas

Wikipedia Says:
Moesia was re-organized personally by the Emperor Domitian in 87 AD into two provinces: Moesia Superior - Upper Moesia and Moesia Inferior - Lower Moesia.

4 years ago

Junnea

Junnea

Superior means "bigger", Inferior means "Smaller"

4 years ago

Niklas

Niklas

I think it has to do with altitude, inferior is lower and superior is upper.

4 years ago

Sunny1

Sunny1

Great game! And thanks for telling the year, I was curious too. Why were the ones in the North called Inferior and the ones more to the bottom of the map called Superior? Anyone knows?

4 years ago

CharlesV

CharlesV

Very interesting. Thank you for making this game.

5 years ago

Niklas

Niklas

OK, this map shows the Roman Empire 116 AD. (At its peak).

6 years ago

Thomsiboms

Thomsiboms

i didn't mean the year per province, i meant just the year of the whole map (when in history the Empire had this shape[if applicable])

6 years ago

Niklas

Niklas

I think it is a good idea but I can only find that info for some of the provinces, I think I'll wait until I find that info for most of the provinces. Maybe you or somebody else reading this has a useful link?

6 years ago