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Alpes Maritimae (L'Uniona Homanus)

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Maritime Alps
Alpes Maritimae
— Senatorial Province of The Roman Empire
Timeline: L'Uniona Homanus

OTL equivalent: Maritime Alps
Alpes Maritimae II
Location of Maritime Alps
(and largest city)
Cemenelum (Cimiez)
Latin (Lingua Latina)
  others Celtic (Lingua Celticarum)
Religion Roman Polytheism
Ethnic groups
  others Italian, Gaulish, other minorities
Government Provincial Republic
  legislature Governor and Senate of Alpes Maritimae
Established 739 (14 BC)

The Short History of the Maritime Alps

Founded in the year 739 (14 BC), the Maritime Alps were one of the Provinces established in the Alps. It was a Kingdom prior to its annexation and held a certain level of autonomy and self-governance even after its annexation. However, after the accension of Emperor Nero, all the Senatorial Provinces had to become a Republic with the same system of Government as the City of Rome. This was the start of the Governors of the Maritime Alps and also the Senate of this Province. Despite this, the remaining list of Governors of this Province only dates to the Emperor Carolus.

A List of Governors of The Maritime Alps

Esdras Roscius Fabatus 937-946 (184-193 AD)

Dexippus Papirius Culpurnianus 946-962 (193-209 AD)

Nicetius Hosidius Geta 962-987 (209-234 AD)

Prudens Claudius Scaevola 987-1003 (234-250 AD)

Lucius Asinius Scaevola 1003-1025 (250-272 AD)

Ticinius Varus Cimber 1025-1042 (272-289 AD)

Sorex Ulpius Mercator 1042-1068 (289-315 AD)

Sebastianus Rutilius Crus 1068-1091 (315-338 AD)

Zeno Ominus Crus 1091-1113 (338-360 AD)

Avitus Cantaber Crus 1113-1130 (360-377 AD)

Canio Agorix Herculius 1130-1156 (377-403 AD)

Laecus Gluvius Gracilis 1156-1172 (403-419 AD)

Iuba Oceanus Opilio 1172-1194 (419-441 AD)

Proximus Seneca Opilio 1194-1219 (441-466 AD)


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