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It corresponds geographically more or less to present Greece.
211 BC. Macedonia appears for the first time like province assigned to a consul. Soon different allocations will follow one another.
168 BC. After the Roman victory of Pidna, Macedonia becomes Roman protectorate under the authority of the Senate.
149-148 BC. Rome chokes the rebellion of Andriscos (Filipos V) of Macedonia and this one is annexed to the Roman Empire like province to which, in 146 BC, after the battle of Corinth, adds the rest of Greece (Achaea).
133 BC. The islands of the Aegean Sea are incorporated to him
27 B.C. Augusto created the province of Achea in the Greek Peninsula. Between the 2nd and 3rd centuries A.D. Macedonia was subdivided in the provinces of Achaea, Macedonia. Epirus, Thrace and Moesia
In 384 AD_ Teodosio returns to divide the Macedonian territory. The provinces will be now Crete, Achaea, Thessalia, Epirus Vetus, Epirus Nova, Macedonia and Macedonia II Salutaris.
This division will stay until the entrance of Alarico to the control of the godos that finish with the Roman government in the zone.
A region of slave economy, rich in crops of Mediterranean agriculture, livestock, and iron hines, copper, gold and silver, with copious amounts of wood, resin and “brea for the construction of boats, excellent fish and salt. Moreover, had an important strategic location and the ports were essential for the exchange of merchandise and the exportation of agriculture products, livestock, or fish.
Rome enormously favored the economy of the region at the construction of la via Egnatia, the roadway which crossed the Balcan Peninsula from the Adriatic Sea until Byzantium (Istanbul) in Turkey. This facilited the implantation of their administrative system, the settlement of Roman trader and even the foundation of new Roman colonies. The improve the living conditions of the general population “surge” an important class of Artisan blacksmiths, minew-roerks etc. ON the one hand, the tutors and Greek educators were famous throughout the whole empire.
However, beginning in the 3rd century A.D., the agriculture was practically abandoned largely in part to the continuous presion of the Germanic tribes and the slaves. In the 6th century, the slave villages were already well-settled in Macedonia with the exception of the fortified zones, or very mountainous or marshy lands along the coast.
• ATHENS. Theater of Herodes, Odeón, rest of the temple of Zeus de Adriano, Door of Adriano, Spas, Roman Ágora, mausoleum.
• DÍO (Dion) Roman road
• PELLET Wall century III, palace, propileo, arena and baths, mosaics, fresh Pompeyano style, sewage system and system of water conduction, Archaeological Museum
• TESALÓNICA (Salonica) wall with fortifications (Heptapirgion), worn Roman, ágora, arc of Galerio or Cámara, Georgios Speculations (building century IV ADwith mosaics), Dimitrios Speculations (paleo-christian basilica century V d.C., mosaics and cripta), Panagía Ahiropíitos (basilica century V d.C.), Archaeological Museum