Category:Provinciae (Nova Roma)

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Learn more at the main article about provinciae.

These are the Nova Roman provinces with their governors:

Province Governor
Alasca et Havaia Consul Marcus Pompeius Caninus
America Cismississippiana VACANT
America Deserta Proconsul Gaius Tullius Valerianus Germanicus
America Gallica Legatus pro praetore Tiberius Marcius Ramazinus
America Hispanica VACANT
America Mississippiensis VACANT
America Missuriensis VACANT
America Montana VACANT
America Nebrascensis VACANT
America Noveboracensis VACANT
America Oregonensis VACANT
America Texia Legatus pro praetore Publius Quinctius Petrus Augustinus
America Transappalachiana VACANT
Argentina VACANT
Australia VACANT
Brasilia VACANT
Britannia Legatus pro praetore Gaius Marcius Crispus
California Angelensis Proconsul Quintus Fabius Maximus
California Franciscensis Proconsul Quintus Fabius Maximus
Canada Citerior Legatus pro praetore Gaius Claudius Quadratus
Canada Ulterior Proconsul Gnaeus Iulius Caesar
Carolina VACANT
Columbia VACANT
Dacia Proconsul Titus Iulius Sabinus
Dacota VACANT
Gallia Propraetor Gaius Petronius Dexter
Georgia Florida VACANT
Germania Propraetor Gaius Petronius Dexter
Guria VACANT
Hispania Proconsul Gaius Aemilius Crassus
Italia Praefectus Italiae Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus
Lacus Magni VACANT
Mediatlantica VACANT
Minnesota VACANT
Nipponia VACANT
Nova Britannia Citerior VACANT
Nova Britannia Ulterior Legatus pro praetore Aulus Iulius Paterculus
Nova Hispania VACANT
Ohio Legatus pro praetore Gaius Decius Laterensis
Pannonia Legatus pro praetore Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus
Sarmatia VACANT
Thule VACANT
Venedia Praetor Sextus Lucilius Tutor
Virginia VACANT

Note :

  • For details on the VACANT provinces, contact the consuls.
  • Except for Italia, each province is called "provincia" (province). Italia is called "praefectura".
  • Governors are called "legatus pro praetore", "praetor" or "consul", "propraetor" or "proconsul", except the governor of Italia who is always called "praefectus".


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