Romania History - Dacian places

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A-Z of Dacian places
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The following lists sites of Dacian fortresses, towns and citadels that I have found references to. The first table list the Dacian place name and the nearest current place to the site. The second table lists sites for which I don't have a Dacian place name.
Place Acidava Aegyssus Aizisis Apoulon Apulum Arcidava Arcobadava Argedava Arrubium Bononia Borysthenes Buricodava Buridava Buteridava Callatis Capidava Carpis Clepidava Cumidava Dinogetih Dokidava Drobeta Dyonisopolis Genucla Germisara Germizena Giridava Helis Histria Marcodava Napoca Netindava Olbia Partiscum Pelendava Perburdava Petrodava Piroboridava Porolissum Bâtca Doamnei, Piatra Neamţ Poiana - Adjud Moigrad Neamt Vrancea Salaj Istria Ocna-Mures Cluj-Napoca Piscul Crăşani Parutino Szeged Craiova Constanta Alba Cluj Ilfov Ukraine hungary Dolj May be another spelling of Piroboridava. Citadel contains shrines resembling those in the Orastiei Mountains. Kingdom of Dicomes. Town at the confluence of the Mureş with the Tisa. Citadel with earthen ditches Capital of King Dromichaetes on the Muntean plain. Geoagiu Hunedoara Râşnov Bisericuţa Simleul Silvaniei, Drobeta Turnu Severin Balcik Brasov Tulcea Salaj Mehedinti Bulgaria Capital of King Zyraxes of Dobrogea. Mangalia Capidava Ocnele-Mari Valcea Dobrogea nordică Constanta Constanta Mentioned in Ptolemeu north of Aquincum Mentioned in Ptolemeu below the river "Tyras near Dacia" the Roman camp discovered in Rasnov, the former north eastern border of the Roman empire. An inscription in stone at the Roman camp at Râşnov give the Dacian name of Cumidava. Near Garvan. Popesti Macin Vidin Olbia Ilfov Tulcea Dolj Ukraine At the mouth of the river Bug, old Hypanis The capital of King Burebista. Tulcea Farliug Piatra Craivii Alba-Iulia Varadia Tulcea Caras-Severin Alba Alba Caras-Severin May be another name for Ranisstorum The Apuli lived in central Transylvania with their capital at Piatra Craivii, Apulum. Nearest current place Judetul Notes

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Ceata Fetele Albe Gogosesti Peak of Hulpe Igesti Jigodin Lupesti Marca Piatra-Neamt.5 km with 33 perpendicular walls.org. 102x45m.Orşova Pantelimonude Sus Târgu Ocna Brad Pecica Prahova Caras-Severin Mehedinti Constanta Bacau Bacau Arad Settlement protected by earthen ditches 500 m southeast of the town right of the river Trotus. Decebal was the leader here before becoming the king of the Dacians Second table: Nearest current place Judetul Brasov Banita Barbosi Beştepe Blidaru Branesti Breaza Butea Bârlalesti Capalna Cioclovina Ciurbesti Costesti Cârlomanesti Crasanilor Cugir Fata Cetei.uk/RomaniaHistory/dacia-places.htm Potaissa Ranisstorum Ramidava Sarmizegetusa Setidava Singidava Singone Sornum Sucidava Sucidava Susudava Tamasidava Tapae Tiason Tibiscum Tsierna Ulmetum Utidava Zargedava Ziridava Turda Cluj May be another name for Apoulon. Hunedoara Iasi Limestone blocks on the slopes are the remains of a fortress that secured the access to Sarmizegetusa through the valley of river Sibisel. Brasov ? Buzău and Olt valleys. Iasi Hunedoara Buzau Dwelling-towers and sanctuaries. Hunedoara Galati Tulcea Hunedoara Galati Transylvania Iasi Vaslui Alba Dacian fortification of a system of walls 8 to 14 m wide.Caransebes Dierna . 4km east of village.Dacian places http://www.eliznik. Cozla Piatra Rosie Vaslui Hargita Vaslui Salaj Neamt Hunedoara Rectangular fortress. Citadel with military purpose Notes Dacian Sanctuary of Racos Controlling the Jiu valley. 2 of 3 6/18/2013 9:12 PM . Alba Large settlement on about 40 to 50 terraces Civil settlement on 30 artificial terraces. 4 km south of the village along the river Siret. Dealul Grădiştii Hunedoara Between Nistru and Nipru Măgura Hunedoara Between Bretea Mureşului and Branisca Muntenia Corabia Celei Olt Olt Between Nistru and Nipru Răcătău Bacau south west Transylvania Tinosu Jupa . The main wall has is 2. with towers at the corners. The the east is a second fort and nearby are the traces of two round sanctuaries.Romania History .

Last updated Dec-05 3 of 3 6/18/2013 9:12 PM .Dacian places http://www. First issue 2002.htm Sprâncenata Stancesti Tilisca Zimnicea Zetea Olt Buzau Sibiu Teleorman Hargita Attacked by Alexander in 4th century BC References © Eliznik2005.Romania History .uk/RomaniaHistory/dacia-places.org.eliznik.

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