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A Short History of Aquitania
Aquitania was established as Gallia Aquitania and was inhabited by more than Fifty different tribes, they were the: Agesinales, Ambilatri, Anagnutes, Arverni, Ausci, Autobroges, Basabocates, Belendi, Bercorates, Bergerri, Bipedimui, Caduni, Cadurci, Cambolectri, Camponi, Cocossati, Consoranni, Cubi, Elui, Elusates, Gabales, Latusates, Lemovices, Mandubii, Monesi, Mountainers, Nitiobriges, Onobrisates, Osquidates, Osquidiales, Petrocorii, Petrogoti, Pictones, Ruteni, Ruthenes, Santoni, Sassumini, Sediboniates, Sennates, Sibyllates, Sottiates, Succasses, Tarbelli, Tolosanes, Uliarus, Vassei, Vellates, Vellavii, Venami, Veneti (Veneticæ), Vibisci, and Vornates. Aquitania became a Province after the end of the Gallic Wars. Despite the diversity of people in Aquitania, many of them became parts of the industrialization of that Province after the reign of Emperor Carolus. Aquitania, whose government was controlled by mostly immigrant people from Rome and Aegypt, expanded into the Provinces of Gallia Lugdunensis, Narbonensis, and Belgica. Later it lost these ares in the Frankish Revolution and was eager to regain them ever since. Records of the Governors of Aquitania only date as far back as the Frankish Revolution.
A List of Governors of AquitaniaAhenobarbus Appeles 1029-1042
Gaurus Fortunatus 1042-1071
Frumentius Eonus 1071-1088
Habitus Glabrio 1088-1104
Gelasius Ligur 1104-1121
Martial Ivmarus 1121-1145
Marsallas Liberalis 1145-1152
Pansa Liberalis 1152-1159
Torquatus Senopianus Viator 1159-1171
Voteporix Senopianus Viator 1171-1183
Trailus Senopianus Viator 1183-1191
Ovidus Senopianus Viator 1191-1206