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Dacian and Thracian Roman Inscriptions etc.
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Posted 2006-01-26 15:21 (#33123 - in reply to #33098)
Subject: Images



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There are some images on the site below of the inscriptions including Genialis plus others not in the UK. Search by Ala or Cohort.


http://www.romanarmy.com/imb/


I wonder where the son of Stamilla the Dacian came from?


There is much more to be uncovered at Wroxeter where a Thracian cohort was stationed. It is possible that Thracian veterans settled in the Roman town. The Roman town had barely been excavated.


Regards


Maureen



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