Historio de Albanio: Malsamoj inter versioj

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La teritorioj konsistantaj la nuna albanion estis aldonitaj al la Romia Imperio kiel parto de la provinco [[Iliriko]]. Poste la provinco Iliriko estis dividita en la provincoj [[Dalmatiio (romia provinco)|Dalmatio]] kaj [[Panonio]].
 
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The [[Roman province]] of ''Illyricum'' or<ref>Enzyklopädie der klassischen Altertumskunde by Ludwig Schaaff, 2002, ISBN 0-543-80046-6, page 17</ref><ref>An ancient geography, classical and sacred. By S. Augustus Mitchell. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005, ISBN 1-4255-3778-2, page 215</ref> ''Illyris Romana'' or ''Illyris Barbara'' or ''Illyria Barbara'' replaced most of the region of [[Illyria]]. It stretched from the [[Drin River|Drilon]] River in modern [[Albania]] to [[Istria]] ([[Croatia]]) in the west and to the [[Sava]] River ([[Bosnia and Herzegovina]]) in the north. [[Salona]] (near modern [[Split (city)|Split]] in Croatia) functioned as its capital. The regions which it included changed through the centuries though a great part of ancient [[Illyria]] remained part of [[Illyricum (Roman province)|Illyricum]]. South Illyria became [[Epirus Nova]], part of the Roman province of Macedonia. In [[357 AD]] the region was part of the [[Praetorian prefecture of Illyricum]] one of four large [[praetorian prefecture]]s into which the Late [[Roman Empire]] was divided. By [[395 AD]] dioceses in which the region was divided were the [[Diocese of Dacia]] (as Pravealitana), and the [[Diocese of Macedonia]] (as Epirus Nova). Most of the region of modern Albania corresponds to the [[Epirus Nova]].
 
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