The Dacian Threat, 101-106 AD

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Caeros Pty Ltd, 2005 - Dacia - 39 pages
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While this book is excellent on the topic of the Dacian Wars and its causes, it is difficult to find a printed copy or the details of the author. This makes it a difficult source to criticize, and lessens its reliability. Another issue that I have found is that most major labels bookstores, or indeed any bookstores at all do not sell this book, making it hard to determine the full scope of its information.  

Contents

Introduction
1
Conclusion
37
Notes
95
Bibliography
109
Index
115
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Page 111 - Augustus, Res Gestae Divi Augusti, trans. PA Brunt and JM Moore, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1986.

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