Getae - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Thracian tribe, living near the river Danube
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ebrus and the Tanais water the Getae and the Magyni. 
with his spear the insolent Getae. But, Lord of the bla
oconsul, & from Thrace and the Getae, 4 non.Jul. (4th July
trophies of his wars with the Getae and the Parthians.
Alexander against the Getae with my conquest of Gaul?
isplayed to the gods his Getic and Parthian trophies, whil
routed the forces of the Getae and Triballi, and preparing
Dacians are descendants of the Getae. This people having
ally of Lysimachus against the Getae, and was captured alo
gated Britons, and the humbled Getae. The Persians and the
hired two thousand light-armed Getae. He ordered them to
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