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M. Appuleius, Sex. filius, legatus. Augusto, Tridentum e le Alpi orientali

digital M. Appuleius, Sex. filius, legatus. Augusto, Tridentum e le Alpi orientali
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rivista AEVUM
fascicolo AEVUM - 2014 - 1
titolo M. Appuleius, Sex. filius, legatus. Augusto, Tridentum e le Alpi orientali
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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The inscription of the legate M. Appuleius, from 23 B.C., found in the church of St. Apollinare in Trento, ensures that the territory was then part of the province Caesaris, not part of Italy. The inscription commemorates the construction of a building and its date coincides with the first settlement of Tridentum discovered by archaeological excavations. Accurate discussion of these data suggests that the new city, constructed by order of Augustus, was intended to form a regional center for the local population, according to a practice that we find later in Raetia and Germany. Only later it became a municipium: the municipium Tridentum was possibly established between 15 B.C. (the campaign of Drusus) and 8 or 7 B.C. (the general census and the elevation of Trophaeum Alpium), at the same time as the extension of the territory of Italy.