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Roman Provence

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After the destruction of Carthage 146 years b.c., Rome, which had just received the gift of the Iberian Peninsula from its vanquished rival, wanted to be sure of an access which was both swift and sure. The Celto-Ligurian tribes occupying the oppida were made to surrender and the Provincia was created 120 years b.c. The Narbo Martius colony was founded 118 years b.c. Cneius Domitius Ahenobarbus, who was Consul of transalpine Gaul, began to build the Via Domitia, an extension beyond the Rhone of the Via Aurelia. 102-104 years b.c., Marius conquered the Cimbrians and the Teutons, which gave rise to complete romanisation of Provence. Strabon tells us that the name of Gaule Narbonnaise was given to it 27 years b.c. and that at the same time the Roman Empire was coming to an end under the rule of Emperor Augustus.

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