Roman Provinces

At the height of the empire, Roman lands extended far beyond the confines of Italy. Therefore much of the artwork produced during the Roman period was made far from Rome itself, as far north as Britain, as far west as Spain, and as far south and east as Egypt, Cyprus, and Asia Minor. Roman art from the provinces is unique for it resulted from the artist taste of Rome itself combined with local traditions and the work of provincial artists.
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