Seemingly based on official documents, possibly from a survey carried out under Augustus , it describes the roads of the Roman Empire. Almost nothing is known of its date or author. Scholars consider it likely that the original edition was prepared at the beginning of the 3rd century. Although it is traditionally ascribed to the patronage of the 2nd-century Antoninus Pius , the oldest extant copy has been assigned to the time of Diocletian and the most likely imperial patron—if the work had one—would have been Caracalla. The British section is known as the Iter Britanniarum , and can be described as the ' road map ' of Roman Britain.
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It gives the distances between major cities of the Roman Empire. It is assigned by some critics to a Christian named Aethicus Ister, but most probably is a composite work by several authors. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography.
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