Astrotreasures in Romania (18)

Nov 22
2019
By Andrei Dorian Gheorghe (design Florin Alexandru Stancu)

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This is the second material about Sarmizegetusa Regia, the main spiritual centre of the Geto-Dacians (ancestors of the Romanians), created in the 1st millennium BC.

It was also their last Capital before the Roman partial conquest of Dacia (105-106 AC).

The ruins of the fortress include an interesting andesite sun.

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