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This town was subsequently renamed and settled by the British as [[New Norwich]]. Modern maps however have begun to replace foreign names with native. --chullachaqui 17:58, 8 June 2016 (EDT)
 
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==Second (Claudian) Invasion==
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Reconsider as a pair of galleys/troop transport filled with sardinian sailors and some troops (a cohort) which establish a beachhead at sants nemhora. it is later, post-claudius, that conquest is attempted and yet slow...nearly the apex of roman expansion coincided with romes military crises of the 3rd cent. It was only in the sub-roman period that the vallo roman culture spread throughout the pentapolis
  
 
== people ==
 
== people ==

Latest revision as of 20:45, 17 May 2020

a park in one of the cities? pentapolis somewhere...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archaeological_Park_Carnuntum

use brochure from imperial baths in trier, and photos from iphone to show the remains in a pentapolese town

framing

seeing it as a very limited settlement of romans. and those who did were not ethnically so, necessarily. but veterans. and by the time rome pulled up stakes, latin was still largely confined to the five cities, and had no sure guarantee of being the main local culture. we can imagine it as something like sub-roman britain had the angle, saxons, and eventually danes and norse not arrived. and of course no normans. in other words the romance diffusion was a very slow process occurring in the middle ages and w/o the reinforcing inertia of rome per se. but only the dynamism (or lack thereof) of the urban centers as nodes of ecnoomy and political power. such as they were.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Britain

provincial rename

Gallia Trasmarina?

Morphed after alan invasion into/with valania or vallia --chullachaqui 17:58, 8 June 2016 (EDT)

First (Caesarean) Invasion

Change: Brenaucus' kingdom and another local ruler: Cattripus of the Lenotavi. to Sibilaunus

Became town called after him but also resembles old faelish word for "deep town" as the land was boggy marsh....eventually French name, or Aquitainian or Breton name:

Savillaun

But in Faelish always:

Çafhilen

This town was subsequently renamed and settled by the British as New Norwich. Modern maps however have begun to replace foreign names with native. --chullachaqui 17:58, 8 June 2016 (EDT)


Second (Claudian) Invasion

Reconsider as a pair of galleys/troop transport filled with sardinian sailors and some troops (a cohort) which establish a beachhead at sants nemhora. it is later, post-claudius, that conquest is attempted and yet slow...nearly the apex of roman expansion coincided with romes military crises of the 3rd cent. It was only in the sub-roman period that the vallo roman culture spread throughout the pentapolis

people

a politician of early roman faeland:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quintus_Sosius_Senecio

economy

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_agriculture

farming/agriculture in gallia maritima


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spelt

governors

name of town and perhaps bio for a governor or something. note the breeches:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gnaeus_Domitius_Corbulo

source for images

image sources for ruins, mostly villas but good for palaces and occasional fort or military installation (roman / late roman) http://www.villa.culture.fr/

administration

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Municipiae

leadnig families

i imagine that the centurions, being long-term residents and career officers, give rise to the most ancient families in the region. perhaps legates as wellin the later imperial period. but orginially the first legions and thereafter the settled veteran-colonists.

main kingdom during the roman period....

perhaps the internal tribes were too divisive..and so they were known but largely dark and obscure withno leadership to send to the romans. like aliens. but there was a powerful vioy. a sea lord. and his domain was at the far side of the island. the romans never bothered to send ships that way. all explorers had said there were nothing but pirates, no settlements. so the letter was understood as a joke, and never answered.

anyway that kingdom might have been hesion? the only strong remainder after the collapse of viriducian ....that might be anachronistic though id have to check.

anyway this one...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pandyan_dynasty

"The Pandya kings were called either Jatavarman or Maravarman Pandyan. From being Jains in their early ages, they became Shaivaits after some centuries of rule.[4] Strabo states that an Indian king called Pandion sent Augustus Caesar "presents and gifts of honour".[5] The country of the Pandyas, Pandi Mandala, was described as Pandyan Mediterranea in the Periplus and Modura Regia Pandyan by Ptolemy.[6]"


"the roman cities" vis a vis the medieval historians

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caer#Britain

local religion

the romans hung the priests from the sacred tree in ??