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one of the clear policies of Hadrian’s reign, conducted most intensively in North Africa and along the Danube. 13 This policy was motivated by a perceived need to develop the administrative network of the empire. The municipia that received their status under Hadrian show large variations in size

In: Regional Urban Systems in the Roman World, 150 BCE - 250 CE

inter-site distances and deep regional hierarchies made the experience of urban life qualitatively very different for those living in northern Africa Proconsularis and those living in a large town close to the Numidian frontier, or on the plains of Mauretania Tingitana. Analysis of the process of

In: Regional Urban Systems in the Roman World, 150 BCE - 250 CE