Scope Of Chapter 1
Fall In The West — from 'The History Of The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire' by Edward Gibbon

The extent and military force of the Roman empire, in the age of the Antonines
Moderation of Augustus—Imitated by his Successors
Conquest of Britain, the first Exception to it— Conquest of Dacia, the second Exception to it
Conquests of Trajan in the East —Resigned by his successor Hadrian
Contrast of Hadrian and Antoninus Pius
Pacific System of Hadrian and the two Antonines— Defensive Wars of Marcus Antoninus
Military Establishment of the Roman Emperors: —Discipline, Exercises
The Legions under the Emperors, Arms, Cavalry, Auxiliaries, Artillery, Encampment, March
Number and Disposition of the Legions— NavyAmount of the whole Establishment
View of the Provinces of the Roman Empire
Spain, Gaul, Britain, Italy, The Danube and Illyrian Frontier, Rhaetia, Noricum and Pannonia, Dalmatia, Maesia and Dacia, Thrace, Macedonia and Greece Asia Minor, Syria, Phoenicia and Palestine Egypt, Africa, The Mediterranean with its Islands
General Idea of the Roman Empire
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