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Dacia in Roman times. Dacians

Dacia in Roman times consisted of the south of Romania and the north of Bulgaria.
In the middle of the first century BC (before the Romans) Burebistas built a great state, including Thracia.
After his death the empire broke into smaller parts.
Decebalus reunited Dacia, and whas attacked by Domitian in 86-89 AD.
Dacia was conquered by Trajan in 101-106 AD.

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