reform of provincial administration summary

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  • REFORM OF PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION
    • PAX  ROMANA
      • PEACE- meant that billeting of Roman troops came to an end as well as the massive financial and material exactions demanded of the provinces.
    • improvements
      • a  better taxation system based on censuses
      • greater  responsibility given to local communities.
      • greater care in selection and control of governors.
        • there was an inscription from the provincials of Asia in (BC expressing their gratitude to Augustus
      • vast  building programmes were also carried out in the provinces - financed often by wealthy inhabitants-they dedicated theatres, temples baths and aqueducts to Augustus and Rome.

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