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Provinces of the Western Roman Empire with a Map

With the help of a map, can you guess all provinces that made up the Western Roman Empire after its final split from the east in 395 AD?
(Largely) according to this map.
Some provincial borders are heavily disputed and are subject to debate.
Coastlines shifted to their historical boundaries.
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Diocese of
Africa
Africa Proconsularis
Byzacena
Mauretania Caesariensis
Mauretania Sitifensis
Numidia
Tripolitania
 
Diocese of
Illyricum
Dalmatia
Noricum Mediterraneum
Noricum Ripense
Pannonia I
Pannonia II
Pannonia Savia
Pannonia Valeria
Diocese of the
Britains
Britannia I
Britannia II
Flavia Caesariensis
Maxima Caesariensis
Valentia
 
Diocese of
Italia Annonaria
Aemilia
Alpes Cottiae
Flaminia et Picenum
Liguria
Raetia I
Raetia II
Venetia et Histria
Diocese of
Gaul
Alpes Atrectianae et Poeninae
Belgica I
Belgica II
Germania I
Germania II
Lugdunensis I
Lugdunensis II
Lugdunensis III
Lugdunensis Senonia
Maxima Sequanorum
 
Diocese of
Italia Suburbicaria
Apulia et Calabria
Campania
Corsica
Lucania et Brutii
Picenum Suburbicarium
Samnium
Sardinia
Sicilia
Tuscia et Umbria
Valeria
Diocese of
Hispania
Baetica
Balearica
Carthaginensis
Gallaecia
Lusitania
Mauretania Tingitana
Tarraconensis
 
Diocese of the
Seven Provinces
Alpes Maritimae
Aquitania I
Aquitania II
Narbonensis I
Narbonensis II
Novempopulania
Viennensis
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Level 67
Sep 20, 2022
Wait, is the northeast of England supposed to look like that? Is the current coastline from polders?
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Level 55
Sep 20, 2022
Yes, the coastline was technically that different around this time period. It's complicated as through multiple cases in history, these lands were said to be above- or underwater. It's also why the "Isle of Ely" is named the way it is.

These lands had been completely drained by the 19th century.