The Dacian Stones Speak, Pages 95-105

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University of North Carolina Press, 1975 - Dacia - 248 pages
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With this exciting introduction to the ancient province of Dacia, noted classicist and archaeologist MacKendrick turns his attention to an old area little known to the English-speaking world. He examines its history from the Neolithic culture to the 165 years of urban culture under Roman rule. Also examined is the durability of the Greco-Roman heritage that is reflected in the religious and cultural orientation of present-day Romania.

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The late Paul MacKendrick's other works include The North African Stones Speak.

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