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English: The maximum extent of the Roman Empire. Superimposed on a physical map.
   Senatorial Provinces
   Imperial Provinces
   Client States
Español: Máxima extensión del Imperio Romano. Superpuesto en un mapa físico.
   Provincias Senatoriales
   Provincias Imperiales
   Estados satélite
Deutsch: Das Römische Reich zur Zeit seiner maximalen Ausehnung unter Trajan, 117 n. Chr.
   Senatorische Provinz
   Kaiserliche Provinz
Date 17 October 2007 (first version); 19 December 2007 (last version)
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Author Original uploader was Andrei nacu at en.wikipedia
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