==Malfrua Romia Imperio==
During the second and third centuries, Greece was divided into provinces including [[Achaea (Roman province)|Achaea]], [[Macedonia (Roman province)|Macedonia]], [[Epirus]], [[Thrace]] and [[Sparta]]. During the reign of [[Diocletian]] in the late 3rd century, Moesia was organized as a [[diocese]], and was ruled by [[Galerius]]. Under Constantine (who professed Christianity) Hellas was part of the [[prefect]]ures of Macedonia and Thrace. [[Theodosius I|Theodosius]] divided the prefecture of Macedonia into the provinces of [[Crete|Creta]], Achaea, [[Thessaly|Thessalia]], [[Epirus Vetus]], [[Epirus Nova]], and Macedonia. The [[Aegean islands]] formed the province of Insulae in the prefecture of Asiana.
Greece faced invasions from the [[Heruli]], [[Goths]], and [[Vandals]] during the reign of Romulus Augustulus. [[Stilicho]], who acted as regent for [[Arcadius]], evacuated Thessaly when the [[Visigoths]] invaded in the late 4th century. Arcadius' [[Chamberlain (office)|Chamberlain]] Eutropius allowed [[Alaric I|Alaric]] to enter Greece, and he looted Athens, Corinth and the [[Peloponnese]]. Stilicho eventually drove him out around 397 and Alaric was made [[magister militum]] in [[Praetorian prefecture of Illyricum|Illyricum]]. Eventually, Alaric and the Goths migrated to Italy, sacked Rome in 410, and built the [[Visigothic Kingdom]] in [[Iberian Peninsula|Iberia]], which lasted until 711 with the advent of the [[Arabs]].