— Imperial Province of The Roman Empire
Timeline: L'Uniona Homanus

OTL equivalent: Catalonia and Southern France
Flag of Catalonia
Flag of Catalonia
Cattalonia II
Location of Catalonia
(and largest city)
Barcino (Barcelona)
Latin (Lingua Latina)
  others Catalan (Lingua Cataloniae)
Religion Roman Polytheism
Ethnic groups
  others Valenci, Occitani, Franks, Aquitani minorities
Government Imperial Province
  legislature Emperor of Rome and Governor of Catalonia
Established 1212 (459 AD)
Admission 1216 (463 AD)

A Short History of Catalonia

The Catalani depended on the trade of the Mediterranean for most of their economic activity; however, Catalonia also had man connections with the Gallic States of Aquitania, Francia, and Narbonensis. The Catalani were also in possession of the capital of Hispania in Tarraco, and were the most powerful in among the Post-Hispania Provinces. The other tribes simply fell away from the Catalani, who were the dominant people in Hispania. The capital moved to Barcelona after the intervention of Emperor Sergius, and Catalonia continued its prominence among these other Provinces.

A List of Governors of Catalonia

Exuperantius Galerius Cico 1216- (463- AD)

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