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A Fine Line? Catholics And Donatists In Roman North Africa

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The decisive phase in the historical development of northern Italy to citizen's country whose borders was in the southern fringe of the Alps and beyond handed to the east over the Iulischen Alps is to connect with the work of Caesar and the reign of Augustus. The upstream Western, Central and Eastern Alps were reorganized and created with the provinces of Raetia and Noricum new administrative spaces of Roman rule, the northern border was defined at course of the Danube. Thus a new militarized zone provincial rule of populus Romanus was between Italy and the barbarians' formed. This chapter discusses the measures of Caesar in northern Italy. Caesar had concentrated his forces to fight against the great Gallic tribes. The appointment of governor's knightly rank began in 30 BC with the transfer of the newly established Roman province of Egypt. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Augustus; Caesar; northern Italy



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