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An ancient Roman province of central Europe including present-day western Hungary and the northwest Balkan Peninsula. Its people were finally subjugated by Rome in ad 9, although the province was abandoned after 395.
Pan·no′ni·an adj. & n.
(Placename) a region of the ancient world south and west of the Danube: made a Roman province in 6 ad
Pan•no•ni•a(pəˈnoʊ ni ə)
an ancient Roman province in central Europe, S and W of the Danube, whose territory is now mostly in Hungary and Yugoslavia.
Pan•no′ni•an, adj., n.