Lycia et Pamphylia

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Provincia Lycia et Pamphylia
Λυκίας και της Παμφυλίας
Province of the Roman Empire
74–325
Location of Lycia et Pamphylia
Capital Attalia
Historical era Antiquity
 -  Established 74
 -  Disestablished 325
Today part of  Turkey
 Greece
The Roman empire under Hadrian (ruled 117-38), showiing the senatorial province of Lycia et Pamphylia in southern Anatolia

Lycia et Pamphylia was the name of a province of the Roman empire, located in southern Anatolia. It was created by the emperor Vespasianus (ruled AD 69- 79), who merged Lycia, which was organized as a province in AD 43 by Claudius, and Pamphylia, which was a part of the province of Galatia, into a single administrative unit.[1][2] Under the administrative reforms of emperor Diocletian (ruled AD 284-305), Lycia et Pamphylia province was again split into its two constituent units, which belonged to the diocese of Asiana, part of the Prefecture of the East.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Şahin, Sencer; Mustafa Adak (2007). Stadiasmus Patarensis. Itinera Romana Provinciae Lyciae. Ege Yayınları. pp. 85–93. 
  2. ^ Fatih Onur (2008). "Two Procuratorian Inscriptions from Perge". Gephyra 5: 53-66.