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List of Roman provinces

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Year

Province

Loss

241 BCE

Sicily (Sicilia)

436 CE (Vandals)

225 BCE

Corsica and Sardinia (Corsica et Sardinia)

436 CE (Vandals)

197 BCE

Nearer and Further Spain (Hispania Ulterior et Citerior),
Baetica, Terraconensis and Lusitania

409 CE (Visigoths, Vandals, Alans)

167 BCE

Epirus

remained with Byzantium

146 BCE

Macedonia

remained with Byzantium

146 BCE

Achaea

remained with Byzantium

146 BCE

Africa

429 CE (Vandals)

129 BCE

Asia Minor

remained with Byzantium

129 BCE

Ilyria (Illyricum)

remained with Byzantium

121 BCE

Transalpine Gaul (Gallia Transalpina)

418 CE (Visigoths)

96 BCE

Cyrenaica and Crete (Cyrenaica et Crete), Crete added in 69 BCE

remained with Byzantium

81 BCE

Cisalpine Gaul (Gallia Cisalpina)

418 CE (Visigoths)

66 BCE

Cilicia

stayed with Byzantium

64 BCE

Bithynia and Pontus (Bythnia et Pontus)

remained with Byzantium

64 BCE

Syria

remained with Byzantium

58 BCE

Cyprus

remained with Byzantium

51 BCE

Galla Comata (Gallia Aquitania, Belgica, Celtica)

5th century CE (Germanic tribes)

30 BCE

Egypt (Aegyptus)

remained with Byzantium

27 BCE

Germania Lower and Upper (Germania Inferior and Superior)

5th century CE (Germanic tribes)

25 BCE

Galatia

remained with Byzantium

15 BCE

Raetia

5th century CE (Germanic tribes)

15 BCE

Noricum

5th century CE (Germanic tribes)

14 BCE

Alpes Maritimae

5th century CE (Germanic tribes)

14 BCE

Alpes Graiae et Poeniniae

5th century CE (Germanic tribes)

12 BCE

Pannonia

5th century CE (Germanic tribes)

6 CE

Moesia

5th century CE (Germanic tribes)

6 CE

Judea (Judaea)

remained with Byzantium

17 CE

Cappadocia

remained with Byzantium

40 CE

Mauritania (Tingitana, Caesarensis)

5th century CE (Vandals)

43 CE

Britannia

5th century CE (Angles and Saxons)

43 CE

Lycia and Pamphilia (Lycia and Pamphylia)

remained with Byzantium

46 CE

Thrace (Thracia)

remained with Byzantium

54 CE

Alpes Cottiae

5th century CE (Germanic tribes)

105 CE

Arabia Petraea

remained with Byzantium

106 CE

Dacia

275 CE (Goths)

114 CE

Armenia

117 CE (Hadrian’s decision)

116 CE

Mesopotamia

remained with Byzantium

195 ne

Osrhoene

remained with Byzantium

197 CE

Numidia

5th century CE (Vandals)

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