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Romania - Dacian-Roman archaeology sites 3rd - 4th AD
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Dacian-Roman date from the end of Roman rule in Transylvania until the period of migrations. The sites are concentrated in Muntenia, Oltenia, Bihor and central Moldavia, which are all the areas with the least Roman sites. There are some Dacian-Roman settlements in south Transylvania (Brasov, Harman, Cristian, Feldioara) the indicate a continuing culture after the Romans retreated in 271 AD. There are a few references to possible Dacian peoples outside the Roman regions. The Costoboci lived in the north-eastern (modern Ukraine and Moldavia) and raided the Roman Empire in the 2nd century AD. The Carpi raided in the territories occupied by the Romans in 245 AD.
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