Dacia

archaic or obsolete terms > Places: Romania, Moldovia
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Dacia

Ancient region covering much of modern Romania. The various Dacian tribes were united around 60 BC, and for many years posed a threat to the Roman empire; they were finally conquered by the Roman...
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Dacia

in antiquity, the area of the Carpathian Mountains and Transylvania, in present north-central and western Romania. The Dacian people had earlier ... [7 related articles]
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Dacia

Dacia is a Lat In girl name. The meaning of the name is `from dacia ` The name Dacia doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Dacia seems to be unique!
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Dacia

[journal] Dacia is a Romanian academic journal of archeology published by the Vasile Pârvan Institute of Archaeology, Bucharest. It was established in 1924 by the Romanian historian and archaeologist Vasile Pârvan, in whose honor the institute was named. The original title of the journal was Dacia - Recherches et découvertes archéologiq...
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Dacia

[Pârvan] Dacia: An Outline of the Early Civilization of the Carpatho-Danubian Countries{sfn|Pârvan|1928} is a history book by the Romanian historian and archaeologist Vasile Pârvan (1882 – 1927). The book, published post-mortem in 1928, resulted from a series of lectures that Pârvan gave at Cambridge University.{sfn|Boia|2001} Similar...
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Dacia

Dacia (dā'shu) , ancient name of the European region corresponding roughly to modern Romania (including Transylvania). It was inhabited before the Christian era by a people who were called Getae by the Greeks and were called Daci by the Romans. They were a people of advanced material cultu...
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Dacia

Ancient region covering much of modern Romania. The various Dacian tribes were united around 60 BC, and for many years posed a threat to the Roman empire; they were finally conquered by the Roman emperor Trajan AD 101–07, and the region became a province of the same name. It was abandoned by the emperor Aurelian to the invading Goths about...
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Dacia

In ancient geography, especially in Roman sources, Dacia (ə) was the land inhabited by the Dacians. The Greeks referred to them as the Getae, which were specifically a branch of the Thracians north of the Haemus range. Dacia was bounded in the south approximately by the Danubius river (Danube), in Greek sources the Istros, or at its greatest exte...
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