Dacia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Dacia   - a Roman province north of the Danube, equivalent to the modern Romania
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  + Dacian , Dacians , Dacias
44/91 increases the power of the Dacians, by conquering neighbouring trib
    Within translations:
CIL_13.3.91 routed] the army of [the Dacians] and the Bastarnae in
Festus:Brev.8 ajan conquered the Dacians, under King Decibalus, and made
Festus:Brev.25 the frontier troops of Dacia, he might seek a resolution
Just_32.3 sailed out of the sea. 16 The Dacians are descendants of
NicDam_125.1 hese are called Pannonians and Dacians. [ See the work:
Ovid:Cons_377 apacious Danube, and the Dacian (?) Apulian in his far-off


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