Moesia

Moesia (ə, ə, or ə; Latin: Moesia; Μοισία) was an ancient region and later Roman province situated in the Balkans, along the south bank of the Danube River. It included most from the territory of modern-day Serbia (without Vojvodina) and the northern parts of the Republic of Macedonia, (Moesia Superior), as well Northern Bulgaria and Roma...
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Moesia

Ancient district in eastern Europe, corresponding roughly to modern Serbia and Bulgaria. The inhabitants were subdued by the Romans in 29 BC and it was formally organized as a Roman province shortly...
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Moesia

archaic or obsolete terms > Places: Serbia, Bulgaria
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Moesia

Moesia (mē'shu) , ancient region of SE Europe, south of the lower Danube River. Inhabited by Thracians, it was captured by the Romans in 29 B.C. It was later organized as a Roman province, comprising roughly what is now Serbia (Upper Moesia) and Bulgaria (Lower Moesia). Under the empire Ro...
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Moesia

province of the Roman Empire, in the southeastern Balkans in what is now Serbia, part of Macedonia, and part of Bulgaria. Its first recorded people ... [4 related articles]
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