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FOREIGN AFFAIRS: ASIA AND GAUL While the Senate was contending against
the Gracchi, campaigns overseas resulted in the establishment of two new
provinces: Asia and Gallia Transalpina or Narbonensis. For many years the
Here there were three Roman provinces, Asia, Bithynia and Cilicia; the rest of the
area was occupied by native rulers who were client-kings of Rome. One of the
greatest of them was Amyntas who ruled over Galatia and neighbouring districts.
dates the pro- consulship of Scaevola in Asia to 94 B.C. He argues that Aemilius
Scaurus, who led an embassy to the East, went there in 96 and realized the need
for reform in Asia: hence he will have proposed that a consular governor should ...
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
The Growth of Romes Empire
The Senatorial Government
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