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 Domitian

Domitian

Glossary term

Domitian

The Roman emperor Titus Flavius ​​Domitian (51-96) was the first limit-walls between the Rhine and Danube, built as a border guard. During his reign, the Germanic parts of the empire into independent provinces. In 79, the city was Pompeii destroyed by Vesuvius eruption dries up completely, and thus the most important source for wine the Romans. Then around Rome were created many new vineyards and grain fields cleared for it. In his famous edict forbade probably why Domitian in 92, the planting of new vineyards in Italy, and ordered that at least half of all the vineyards destroyed in the provinces. In a second edict was forbidden to create small vineyards in the cities. He wanted to solve it, especially the nutritional problem of great cities and...
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