Lycia et Pamphylia
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|Provincia Lycia et Pamphylia
Λυκίας και της Παμφυλίας
|Province of the Roman Empire|
|Today part of|| Turkey
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. 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.
- Quintus Veranius 43-48
- Marcus Hirrius Fronto Neratius Pansa 70-72
- Gaius Caristanius Fronto 75/76
- Marcus Petronius Umbrinus 76 and 78
- Titus Aurelius Quietus 80
- Publius Baebius Italicus 86/87
- Gaius Antius Aulus Iulius Quadratus 91 and the years 92/93
- Lucius Domitius Apollinaris 93-96
- Gaius Trebonius Proculus Mettius Modestus 99 and 103
- Quintus Pompeius Falco 103-107
- Marcus Flavius Aper 125
- Quintus Servilius Pudens 152
- Tiberius Pollenius Armenius Peregrinus 244
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