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Provinces and Dioceses in the late roman empire contrasted with those of the church
I have been frustrated by the following issue. In the structure of the late roman empire, provinces were grouped into diocese, which were in turn grouped into praetorian prefectures. The civilian ...
Mar 1 at 19:40
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