France 200 CE

Roman civilization has become deeply entrenched throughout the area of modern France.

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What is happening in France in 200CE

The provinces of Gaul have experienced more than two centuries of almost unbroken peace under the Roman empire.

During that time, Romanization has penetrated deeply into the way of life of the inhabitants. Prosperous cities dot the land, and Roman citizenship is widely spread amongst the population. Indeed, the province of Narbonensis is regarded as a virtual extension of Italy, and several of its leading families can be found in the Roman senatorial order. In the rest of Gaul the old Gallic aristocracy continues to hold sway, but now as Romanized estate owners and urban magistrates.

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