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    • Culture of ancient Thrace

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    • Dacia

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    • Geography of ancient Thrace

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    • Ancient Greek Thrace

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    • Aedava

    • Aedava

      Aedava (also known as Aedeva, Aedabe, Aedeba, Aedadeba) was a Dacian settlement located south of the Danube in Moesia (present-day northern Bulgaria). In his De Aedificiis, the 6th century AD historian Procopius placed Aedava on the Danubian road between Augustae and Variana. He also mentioned that Emperor Justinian (r ... Read »


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    • Akrokomai

    • Akrokomai,Akrokomoi (Ancient Greek,Ακρόκομοι) an epithet given to certain Thracians by Greeks due to their hair arrangement. ... Read »


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    • Anastasian Wall

    • Anastasian Wall

      The Anastasian Wall (Greek: Ἀναστάσειον Τεῖχος, Turkish: Anastasius Suru) or the Long Walls of Thrace (Greek: Μακρὰ Τείχη τῆς Θράκης, Turkish: Uzun Duvar) is an ancient stone and turf fortification locate ... Read »


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    • List of ancient cities in Thrace and Dacia

    • This is a list of ancient cities, towns, villages, and fortresses in and around Thrace and Dacia. A number of these settlements were Dacian and Thracian, but some were Celtic, Greek, Roman, Paeonian, or Persian. A number of cities in Dacia and Thrace were built on or close to the sites of preexisting Dacian or Thracia ... Read »


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    • Bathanatos

    • Bathanatos was a Celtic king in Thrace that ruled the Scordisci. ... Read »


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    • Battle of Lysimachia

    • The Battle of Lysimachia was fought in 277 BC between the Gallic tribes settled in Thrace and a Greek army of Antigonus at Lysimachia, Thracian Chersonese. After their defeat at Thermopylae the Gauls retreated out of Greece and moved through Thrace and finally into Asia. Antigonus father, Demetrius Poliorcetes, had be ... Read »


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    • Cavarus

    • Cavarus was a Celtic king in Thrace and the last king of Tylis. ... Read »


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    • Cerethrius

    • Cerethrius was a Gallic king in Thrace. He was defeated in 277 BC, by Antigonus II Gonatas at the Battle of Lysimachia. ... Read »


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    • Thracian clothing

    • Thracian clothing refers to types of clothing worn mainly by Thracians, Dacians but also by some Greeks. Its best literal descriptions are given by Herodotus and Xenophon in his Anabasis. Depictions are found in a great number of Greek vases and there are a few Persian representations as well. In contrast to shapes and ... Read »


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    • Comontorius

    • Comontorius was a Celtic king in Thrace who in 278 BC founded the kingdom of Tylis, imposing a tribute on the city of Byzantium. His successor on the throne was Cavarus under whom Tylis was destroyed by the Thracians in 212 BC. ... Read »


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    • Critasirus

    • Critasirus (Ancient Greek: Κριτασίρος, Critasiros) was a king of the Celtic tribes of the Boii and Taurisci. ... Read »


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    • Getae

    • The Getae /ˈdʒiːtiː/ or /ˈɡiːtiː/ or Gets (Ancient Greek: Γέται, singular Γέτης) are several Thracian tribes that once inhabited the regions to either side of the Lower Danube, in what is today northern Bulgaria and southern Romania. Both the singular form Get an ... Read »


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    • Gold wreaths from Thrace

    • The gold wreaths from Thrace are jewellery wreaths found in inner Thrace, which is within present day Bulgaria. The gold wreaths were found in the mounds and tombs of aristocrats at various locations in Thrace that have been dated to a period from the latter half of the fourth century and early part third century BC. ... Read »


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    • Thracian helmet

    • The Phrygian helmet, also known as the Thracian helmet, was a type of helmet that originated in Classical Greece and was widely used in Thrace, Dacia, Magna Graecia and the Hellenistic world until well into the Roman Empire. The names given to this type of helmet are derived from its shape, in particular the high ... Read »


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    • Heracleides of Maroneia

    • Heracleides (Ancient Greek: Ἡρακλείδης) of Maroneia was a man of ancient Greece who lived in the 4th century BCE. He had attached himself to the service of the Thracian chief Seuthes and was residing with him at the time that Xenophon and the remains of the Ten Thousand arrived in Th ... Read »


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    • Long Wall (Thracian Chersonese)

    • The Long Wall (Ancient Greek: Μακρὸν τεῖχος) or Wall of Agora (Ancient Greek: Ἀγοραῖον τεῖχος) after the nearby city, was a defensive wall at the base of the Thracian Chersonese (the modern peninsula of Gallipoli) in Antiquity ... Read »


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    • Odrysian kingdom

    • Odrysian kingdom

      The Odrysian Kingdom (/oʊˈdrɪʒən/; Ancient Greek: Βασίλειον Ὀδρυσῶν, Latin: Regnum Odrysium) was a state union of over 40Thracian tribes and 22 kingdoms that existed between the 5th century BC and the 1st century AD. It consisted mainly of present-day B ... Read »


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    • Panagyurishte Treasure

    • Panagyurishte Treasure

      The Panagyurishte Treasure (Bulgarian: Панагюрско златно съкровище) is a Thracian treasure excavated on December 8, 1949, by three brothers who worked together at the region of “Merul” tile factory near the town of Panagyurishte, Bulga ... Read »


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    • Thracian phoros

    • The members of the Delian League/Athenian Empire (c. 478-404 BC) can be categorized into two groups: the allied states (symmachoi) reported in the stone tablets of the Athenian tribute lists (454-409 BC), who contributed the symmachikos phoros ("allied tax") in money, and further allies, reported either in epigraphy or ... Read »


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    • Sapaeans

    • Sapaeans, Sapaei or Sapaioi (Ancient Greek, "Σαπαίοι") were a Thracian tribe close to the Greek city of Abdera. One of their kings was named Abrupolis and had allied himself with the Romans. They ruled Thrace after the Odrysians until its incorporation by the Roman Empire as a province. ... Read »


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    • List of rulers of Thrace and Dacia

    • This article lists rulers of Thrace and Dacia, and includes Thracian, Paeonian, Celtic, Dacian, Scythian, Persian or Ancient Greek up to the point of its fall to the Roman empire, with a few figures from Greek mythology. The list below includes the known Odrysian kings of Thrace, but much of it is conjectural. Var ... Read »


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    • Thracian warfare

    • The history of Thracian warfare spans from the 10th century BC up to the 1st century AD in the region defined by Ancient Greek and Latin historians as Thrace. It concerns the armed conflicts of the Thracian tribes and their kingdoms in the Balkans. Apart from conflicts between Thracians and neighboring nations and trib ... Read »


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    • Thraco-Cimmerian

    • Thraco-Cimmerian is a historiographical and archaeological term, composed of the names of the Thracians and the Cimmerians. It refers to 8th to 7th century BC cultures that are linked in Eastern Central Europe and in the area west of the Black Sea. Paul Reinecke in 1925 postulated a North-Thracian-Cimmerian cultural s ... Read »


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    • Thraco-Macedonian

    • Thraco-Macedonian is a conventional name in the study of ancient history to describe the political geography of Macedonia (region) in antiquity. It may refer to: ... Read »


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    • Maximinus Thrax

    • Maximinus Thrax

      Maximinus Thrax (Latin: Gaius Julius Verus Maximinus Augustus; c. 173 – May 238), also known as Maximinus I, was Roman Emperor from 235 to 238. Maximinus is described by several ancient sources, though none are contemporary except Herodian's Roman History. He was a so-called barracks emperor of the 3rd century ... Read »


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    • List of ancient tribes in Thrace and Dacia

    • This is a list of ancient tribes in Thrace and Dacia (Ancient Greek: Θρᾴκη; Δακία) including possibly or partly Thracian or Dacian tribes, and non-Thracian or non-Dacian tribes that inhabited the lands known as Thrace and Dacia. A great number of Ancient Greek tribes lived in these re ... Read »


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