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    Apulum, now within Alba Iulia, was a Roman settlement first mentioned by the mathematician, astrologer and geographer Ptolemy. Its name comes from the Dacian Apoulon.
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    Sibiu is a middle-sized well preserved fortified medieval town in central Romania, situated in the historical region of Transylvania. In 2004, its historical center began the process of becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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    Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa

    Colonia Ulpia Traiana Augusta Dacica Sarmizegetusa was the capital and the largest city of Roman Dacia, later named Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa after the former Dacian capital, located some 40 km away. The city was destroyed by the Goths.
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    Nicopolis ad Istrum

    Nicopolis ad Istrum or Nicopolis ad Iatrum was a Roman and Early Byzantine town. Its ruins are located at the village of Nikyup, 20 km north of Veliko Tarnovo in northern Bulgaria. The site was placed on the Tentative List for consideration as a Wor
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    Romula / Malva

    Romula or Malva was an ancient city in Roman Dacia, later the village of Reşca, Dobrosloveni Commune, Olt County, Romania.
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    Serdika or Serdica is the historical Roman name of Sofia, now the capital of Bulgaria. Currently, Serdika is the name of a district located in the city. There are 6 kindergartens, 13 schools and 6 chitalishta in the territory of the district.
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    Tibiscum was a Dacian town mentioned by Ptolemy, later a Roman castra and municipium.
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    Petrogeny of Sibiu

    As usual, the solar god rises a dagger with one of his hands while emerges from the rock.

    CIMRM 2184

    From Romania



    Hyacinthus, like Hermadio, seems to have been one of the profets of Mithraism in the Dacian region.
  • Monumentum

    Altar by Hermanio of Poetovio

    A certain Hermanio has been identified in the dedication of several monuments in different cities in Dacia and even in Rome.

    From Slovenia

    Cauti // pro salute Fl(avi) / Hermadionis / et Aviti Syriac(i) / et filiorum / Felix libert(us)