Dacians

Earliest record: -450
Last record: 600

Language family: Thraco-Phrygian

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YearsAction
-450100Located in [1]
-300100Located in [1]
-250-200Expanded to
-250100Located in
-61-48Located in [2]
-61-48Conquered
-50Conquered [3]
-50100Located in
-10Attacked [2]
1100Expanded to [4]
1112Were resettled in [3]
85105Attacked [5]
100600Located in
107Partial migration to [5]
167168Attacked [5]
200Settled in [5]
236Attacked [6]
270600Were assimilated [7]

Location Info

  1. Dobrogea
  2. ROM excl. Dobrogea
  3. E H
  4. {E H} *{900-271}*
  5. N Transdanubia, E Alps, S Pannonia & most of Serbia. Pannonia RP defined by author as N YU (betw Drava & Sava RR), E A (Burgenland & Vienna basin), W H (Transdanubia).
  6. {N Transdanubia, E Alps, S Pannonia & most of Serbia. Pannonia RP defined by author as N YU (betw Drava & Sava RR), E A (Burgenland & Vienna basin), W H (Transdanubia).} *{110-5}*
  7. Black Sea coast: Olbia to Appolonia (probably modern Nokalajev to Sozopol, resp.), excluding Dobrugea.
  8. {Black Sea coast: Olbia to Appolonia (probably modern Nokalajev to Sozopol, resp.), excluding Dobrugea.} *{113-10}*
  9. Pannonia
  10. Dnestr R area, SU, see map 21a (8); 'Archeologicky Atlas Evropy A Ceskoslovenska'.
  11. Moesia (probably Moesia Superior RP).
  12. Moesia RP
  13. {Dobrogea} + {ROM excl. Dobrogea} *{173-26} + {173-27}*
  14. Carpathian area
  15. Dacia RP
  16. Dacia RP
  17. Mid Danube R area
  18. Dacia RP (consider all of modern ROM)

References

  1. Necrasov, Olga. 1979. Structure anthropologique des populations anciennes et r,centes de la R.S. Roumanie. pp. 51-96. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 6. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  2. Bark›czi, L˙szl›. 1980. History of Pannonia. pp. 85-124. In Lengyel, A. and G.T.B. Radan (eds.), The Archaeology of Roman Pannonia. University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 506 pp. + 167 pl.
  3. Daicoviciu, Hadrian. 1971. Dacia and the Daco-Getae. pp. 65-78. In The Illyrians and Dacians. Catalogue of an exhibition. National Museum, Belgrade. 215 pp. + 32 pl.
  4. Doba Rimska, 0-100 n. l. 1979. pp. 48-49. Mapa 21a: In Buchvaldek, M., K. Godlowski, J. Bouzek, and J. Slama (eds.). Archeologicky Atlas Evropy Ceskoslovenska. Univerzita Karlova, Prague, 134 pp.
  5. Wiesner, Joseph. 1963. Die Thraker. W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, W. Germany. 256 pp + 12 pl.
  6. Laser, Rudolf. 1983. Roemisch-germanische Beziehungen im 3. Jarhundert. pp. 32-56. In Krueger, Bruno (ed.) Die Germanen. Vol. 2. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin.
  7. Daicoviciu, C., Em. Petrovici, and Gh. Stefan. 1964. Die Entstehung des Rumaenischen Volkes und der Rumaenischen Sprache. Verlag der Akademie der Rumaenischen Volksrepublik, Bukarest. 73 pp.