Talk:Asia (Roman province)

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In general hello I think that the article is good and informative, but I do have a couple of suggestions. In the first paragraph, you might want to add "211 BC" so we are clear from the start what time period is being referrenced. Also, I would suggest maybe moving the geography section up, or at least painting a better picture of where the province is up front, again to establish context from the start. I think providing more wiki-links would also be really helpful. Providing wiki links for people (Mithridates VI, Attalus III) will allow you to reference them w/o spending a lot of time describing who they were and what they did. This could also be helpful for places and sub-regions as well. ALl in all, a very solid article though. 15:58, 13 May 2007 (UTC)Dan Frydman (5/12/2007)

This is a very informative article. You may want to add some references citing the information you have found. Also, a better map would be very helpful in visualizing the area. Also, maybe provide the wikilink to Gaius Gracchus' page. NGupta07 21:11, 14 May 2007 (UTC)

Good thorough article, but there are a few things missing. You may want to add on a references section and put in some in text citations so the reader knows which information came from which sources. Also, some wiki-links in the longer text sections would be helpful. Also, the section title "apathy and exploitation" is a little vague and could be retitled to something more specific.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Llewsor (talkcontribs)

Very solid and detailed article; some of your sentence structure is a bit confusing and could be improved. Overall, very good job.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Anisekstrong (talkcontribs)


The editor who moved this here has just begun: the rest of the Roman provinces are at Roman province and need to be brought into conformity with this new styling, viz. Achaea, Roman province, Aegyptus, Roman province etc. The briefest look shows what a hodge-podge has been assembled. Thank you.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Wetman (talkcontribs)


It would be helpful if the Geography section mentioned a single line relating the Roman province to current nations and national boundaries. EaswarH 02:13, 29 March 2012 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Easwarno1 (talkcontribs)