American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An ancient Roman province that included present-day eastern Switzerland and western Austria. It was added to the Roman Empire during the reign of Augustus.
“Some of their tribes settled in Rhaetia, under the protection of Theodoric; whose successors ceded the colony and their country to the grandson of Clovis.”
“Eutropius and Victor station Valerian’s army in Rhaetia.] * Aurelius Victor says that”
“Under Augustus the Roman Empire gained more territory than at any other point in its history (northern Spain, the Balkans, Galatia, Egypt, Pannonia, Rhaetia and Noricum) and growth continued under later emperors — prestige required each emperor to acquire some new territory.”
“Paracelsus brought a squadron of stinkpot-flingers from the snowy mountains of Rhaetia.”
“He conquered, however, partly in person, and partly by his lieutenants, Cantabria , Aquitania and Pannonia , Dalmatia, with all Illyricum and Rhaetia , besides the two Alpine nations, the”
“They were so successful as to acquire enough territory to form two new provinces, Rhaetia and Noricum (15 B.C.).”
“Rhaetia, and proceeding westward, with Gaul and its inhabitants on the left, it bounds the Celts on the right, and finally empties into the ocean.”
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“Their religious belief was simple and fervent; the Goths, as Arians, had rejected the supremacy of the Pope; and now there came secretly teachers from the East, through Bulgaria, Bosnia, and Hungary, even into Rhaetia, and thence to these fastnesses of the Alps. The mind of men, thus left free, developed itself according to the different character of the races.”
“ Augusta Vindelicorum, now Augsburg; a famous Roman colony in the province of Rhaetia, of which Vindelica was then a part.”
“If we now follow the course of the Danube, as we before did that of the Rhine, we first meet with the Hermunduri;  a people faithful to the Romans,  and on that account the only Germans who are admitted to commerce, not on the bank alone, but within our territories, and in the flourishing colony  established in the province of Rhaetia.”
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