Getae   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Getae   - a Thracian tribe, living near the river Danube
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[Tib]:PanMes_135 ebrus and the Tanais water the Getae and the Magyni. [147]
FastTr_p110 oconsul, & from Thrace and the Getae, 4 non.Jul. (4th July
Julian:Caes_311 trophies of his wars with the Getae and the Parthians.
Julian:Caes_320 Alexander against the Getae with my conquest of Gaul?
Julian:Caes_327 isplayed to the gods his Getic and Parthian trophies, whil
Just_25.1 routed the forces of the Getae and Triballi, and preparing
Just_32.3 Dacians are descendants of the Getae. This people having
Memn_5 ally of Lysimachus against the Getae, and was captured alo
Polyaen_06.Preface gated Britons, and the humbled Getae. The Persians and the
Polyaen_07.38.1 hired two thousand light-armed Getae. He ordered them to


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