Hibernia was known about since the conquest of Britannia and the proving of the fact that Britannia is an island. Hibernia was named after the Hiberni people who made up most of the population. The unorganized government of Hibernia made it very difficult to govern. Their economy did function, however, quite well for such a new Province. The Hiberni being one of the farthest of the Provinces from the homeland was allowed a certain level of autonomy. The Roman interests in that island were managed by the Generals placed there who also served as a sort of Governor. Unlike in other places of the Empire which were conquered, the Hiberni did not resist the Romans because they allowed the Hiberni to govern themselves as they had before though with more economic opportunity. The Hibernian Language and the Hibernia religion did not die with the introduction of Latin and Roman Polytheism. The Province of Hibernia was a lot like Dalmatia in that they only really acted Roman when they needed to and the Romans only expected them to be Roman in the presence of Romans.