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PostSubject: Roman Provinces   Sat Jul 19, 2014 6:52 am

The Provinces

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Sicilia
Regarded as something of a backwater province, Silicia was nevertheless one of the first foreign acquisitions Rome made, seized following their victory in the First Punic War. Since then, Silicia has become dominated by immense plantations owned by a handful of wealthy landowners and worked by tens of thousands of slaves. The First Servile Revolt began here, as well as the Second; some worry that a Third will start here as well. As it is, the fertile lands of Sicilia produce immense wealth for their patrons; however, there is little hope of gleaning taxes from the rich, nor from slaves, so a Pro-Consulate of Silicia is often viewed as an exile.

Legions: None.

Capital : Syracuse.

PRO-PRAETOR;
If lenient; 4,000 sestertii a month + senate popularity boost.
If just; 4,500 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 5,000 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 5,500 sestertii + popularity drop within the Senate.

PRO-CONSUL
If lenient; 6,000 sestertii a month + senate popularity boost.
If just; 7,500 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 8,000 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 9,000 sestertii + extreme popularity drop within the Senate.

Corsica et Sardinia
Another acquisition from the First Punic War, the islands to the north-east of Sicilia have become minor provinces in the Roman Republic. Even after annexation, the barbarous residents of the island's interior have resisted Roman control or culture, and perpetuated several uprisings. Largely these interiors have been abandoned. To what extent the islands are controlled, they largely provide grain and wax as exports.

Legions: None.

Capital: Carales.

PRO-PRAETOR;
If lenient; 3,000 sestertii a month + local popularity boost.
If just; 3,500 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 4,000 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 4,500 sestertii + local popularity decline.

PRO-CONSUL
If lenient; 6,000 sestertii a month + local popularity boost.
If just; 6,500 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 7,000 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 7,900 sestertii + extreme popularity drop within the populace.

Illyricum
To the east of Italy lays a strip of land seized from barbarians in 168 B.C. known as Illyricum. A small strip bestride the frontier, it nonetheless has wealth within its borders, particularly the goldmines of Dalmatia. The province itself sits bestride the impressive Via Egnatia connecting Italy to the wealthier Macedonian province. Threatened occasionally by the nearby barbarians of Thrace, in some opinions this land is undermanned, only protected by one Legion.

Legions: LEGIO I ILLYRICA.

Capital: Salona

PRO-PRAETOR;
If lenient; 5,000 sestertii a month + 1,600 sestertii boost to Macedonian province pay.
If just; 5,500 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 6,000 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 7,000 sestertii + 1,600 sestertii drain to Macedonian province pay.


PRO-CONSUL
If lenient; 6,000 sestertii a month + 4,000 sestertii boost to Macedonian province pay.
If just; 7,500 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 8,400 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 12,500 sestertii + 4,000 sestertii drain to Macedonian province pay.

Gallia Narbonensis
A strip of land leading from just beyond the Alps to the edge of Hispania, Gallia Narbonensis is a barbarian-addled province named for its most notable settlement, Narbo. It's main purpose to the Republic is guarding a road leading from Italy to the far richer province of Hispania. Even for its vulnerable position, the land is well guarded by two Legions.

Legions : LEGIO I GALLICA
LEGIO II GALLICA

Capital: Narbo


PRO-PRAETOR;
If lenient; 3,000 sestertii a month.
If just; 3,500 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 4,000 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 4,500 sestertii a month.


PRO-CONSUL
If lenient; 6,000 sestertii a month + popularity boost with LEGIO I and LEGIO II GALLICA.
If just; 6,300 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 6,900 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 7,300 sestertii + popularity decline with LEGIO I and LEGIO II GALLICA.



Hispania
Seized from Carthage during the Second Punic War, Hispania is one of the richest provinces within the Roman Republic. Laden with rich mines of silver and gold, Hispania is a well regarded cash-cow to the Romans. Being assigned Pro-Consulate of Hispania is an immense gift that will immediately enrichen anyone. Well-protected by three Legions, the province is much sought after by ex-Consuls.

Legions: LEGIO I HISPANIA
LEGIO II HISPANIA
LEGIO III HISPANIA

Capital: Cordoba

PRO-PRAETOR;
If lenient; 8,000 sestertii a month.
If just; 9,500 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 10,700 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 12,000 sestertii a month.

PRO-CONSUL;
If lenient; 14,000 sestertii a month.
If just; 16,000 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 19,000 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 24,500 sestertii a month.

Africa
The final prize of the Punic Wars, Africa was seized from Carthage to grant Rome nearly complete dominance of the western mediterranean. Wealthy in trade, the province's greatest boon is the immense grain production of the region, producing perhaps as much as one million tons of cereal grains per year. While not as immediately wealthy as Hispania, Africa nevertheless plays an extremely important role in the sustainance of the Republic, who would suffer immediate famines if denied the African grain surplus.

Legions: LEGIO I AFRICA
LEGIO II AFRICA

Capital: Carthage
PRO-PRAETOR;
If lenient; 6,000 sestertii a month   + local popularity boost.
If just; 7,200 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 7,800 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 8,300 sestertii a month  + local popularity decline.


PRO-CONSUL;
If lenient; 10,000 sestertii a month  + extreme local popularity boost.
If just; 10,700 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 11,400 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 12,800 sestertii a month  + extreme local popularity decline.

Macedonia
Containing all of the once proud and victorious Greek City states, the 'bastion' of civilization, the province of Macedon was taken after a long series of wars which saw both the Kingdom of Macedonia and the Achaean League of Greece laid low. Now, Macedonia is the most urbanized and prosperous Roman province apart from Italy itself. To hold Macedonia is not only to hold the well-revered cities of Greece, but also to hold the gateway to the riches of the east.

Legions: LEGIO I MACEDONIA
LEGIO II MACEDONIA

Capital: Thessalonica

PRO-PRAETOR;
If lenient; 6,000 sestertii a month + local popularity boost.
If just; 9,200 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 9,800 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 12,300 sestertii a month  + local popularity decline.


PRO-CONSUL;
If lenient; 15,000 sestertii a month  + extreme local popularity boost.
If just; 16,000 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 17,500 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 20,000 sestertii a month  + extreme local popularity decline.


Asia
Seized most recently during the First and then Second Mithridatic Wars, Asia is a mere slice of the whole of Asia Minor. Hemmed in by ocean to the west and the hostile barbarians of Pontus to the east, Asia is as of yet a province of minor greatness, though it may someday become far greater. Threatened by Pontus as it is but with no dedicated Legions to protect it, the Pro-Consul of Asia is dependant entirely upon the Pro-Consul of Macedonia for protection.

Legions: None.

Capital: Ephesus.


PRO-PRAETOR;
If lenient; 4,500 sestertii a month
If just; 5,000 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 6,000sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 6,500 sestertii.

PRO-CONSUL
If lenient; 7,000 sestertii a month.
If just; 8,000 sestertii a month.
If corrupt; 8,500 sestertii a month.
If very corrupt; 9,000 sestertii.

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