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  • (diff | hist) . . Diocletian‎; 14:52 . . (+263). .Cerme (talk | contribs)(Taxation: - According to the source offered (the French handbook by Carrié & Rousselle) Italy always was a single diocesis throughout the Late Empire; the distinction between Italia annonaria and suburbicaria was informal)

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  • (diff | hist) . . Diocletian‎; 16:26 . . (-108). .188.217.50.30 (talk)(A couple of problems: the link pointed to the current "Suburbicarian Diocese" of Rome in the Catholic Church, INSTEAD of Italia Suburbicaria (which doesn't have a page on En WP). And, I've always known that diocese dated back to Constantine. Please check.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Diocletian‎; 16:20 . . (+52). .188.217.50.30 (talk)(http://www.livius.org/pictures/england/london-londinium/constantius-captures-londinium/)
  • (diff | hist) . . Diocletian‎; 15:23 . . (-9). .207.206.238.144 (talk)(Demise of Carausius' breakaway Roman Empire)