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«by Hugo Thomas Dupuis Whitfield A thesis submitted to the Department of Classics In conformity with the requirements for the Degree of Masters of ...»

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Following the civil wars during the year of the Four Emperors, Gallia Narbonensis and Hispania continued to produce illustrious senators. These senatorial families became allied to one another by intermarriage in order to create stronger political alliances. The intermarriage of provincial senators from Hispania and Gallia Narbonensis established the groundwork for provincial families to become appointed to the highest offices throughout the Roman Empire. An alliance was established between Nemausus and Italica by the marriage of Pompeia Plotina and Marcus Ulpius Traianus (Trajan). This marriage is the starting point for this author’s proposed nexus, as it is on account of this political alliance that Trajan was able to acquire enough influence and power to become Roman Emperor. His marriage to Plotina was not the sole reason why he became Emperor, but his political alliance with Nemausus further placed him as a leading candidate to replace Nerva in A.D. 98. As seen throughout this thesis, Nemausus played a leading role in the history of the Roman Empire during the first two centuries A.D. Producing illustrious senators and a Roman Emperor, Nemausus, in this author’s view, was certainly one of the Roman Empire’s leading towns.

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