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This is a good history of the Roman province of Assyria. It does a good job of going from the founding of the province under Trajan to the Roman retreat as well as detailing all Roman military activity in the area. The only problems are that "ostensibly" is misspelled as "obstensibly" and a picture or map of the area would be very helpful. NGupta07 18:15, 14 May 2007 (UTC)
Really solid article. Good job of presenting the information as succinctly as possible. A few more wiki-links wouldn't hurt on several of the terms - the historian festus, at least one Rome should link to more general information about the empire, and maybe a link on legion. Other than that, it's great. --22:01, 15 May 2007 (UTC)Roswell Mueller
I thought this was a good article. I'm wondering though if there were particularly significant events and individuals pertinent to the province in addition to what you have already. I liked it otherwise. Jing Yuan Liu 05:23, 16 May 2007 (UTC) Jing Yuan Liu