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Roman Client Kingdoms

Roman History - Pax Romana Decoration

Background

The Romans had semi-direct control over many different kingdoms and polities throughout their reign. While these territories were not considered formal Provincias they were considered client kingdoms or vassal states.

List of Kingdoms

Atrebates

See Atrebates

Bithynia and Pontus

Bosporan Kingdom‎

See Bosporan Kingdom‎

Caucasian Albania

See Caucasian Albania

Ethnarchy of Comana

See Ethnarchy of Comana

Ghassanids

See Ghassanids

Herodian Kingdom

See Herodian Kingdom

Kingdom of Iberia

See Kingdom of Iberia

Kingdom of Kush

See Kingdom of Kush

Lazica

See Lazica

Lesser Armenia

See Lesser Armenia

Mauretania

See Mauretania

Nabataean Kingdom

See Nabataean Kingdom

Odrysian Kingdom

See Odrysian Kingdom

Osroene

See Osroene

Kingdom of Pontus

See Kingdom of Pontus

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