Location of every city founded by the Roman Empire (outside of Italy)

 

The population of the biggest cities in the Roman empire (1st century CE).
Rome 350,000
Alexandria 216,000
Antioch 90,000
Smyrna 90,000
Cadiz 65,000
Ephesus 51,000
Carthage 50,000
Corinth 50,000
Apamea 37,000
Capua 36,000
Ancyra 34,000
Nicomedia 34,000
Oxyrhyncus 34,000
Memphis 34,000
Damascus 31,000
Bostra 30,000
Athens 28,000
Tarragona 27,000
Cyzicus 24,000
Hermopolis 24,000
Pergamum 24,000
Mytilene 23,000
Arsinoe 20,000
Cordoba 20,000
Cirta 20,000
Hadrumetum 20,000
Pisa 20,000
Rusicade 20,000
Tyre 20,000
Catania 18,000
Nicaea 18,000
Antiochia 17,000
Antinoe 16,000
Sicca V, 16,000
Mérida 15,000
Miletus 15,000
Naples 15,000
Heliopolis 14,000
Baalbek 13,500
Thugga 13,000
Isaura 12,000
Sidon 12,000
Bologna 10,000
Cartagena 10,000
Hippo Regis 10,000
Jerusalem 10,000
Lambraesis 10,000
Pamplona 10,000
Thysdrus 10,000
Trebizond 10,000

 

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