Originally published in 1928, this book contains the text of lectures delivered at the University of Cambridge in 1925 by the Romanian archaeologist and Classicist Vasile Pârvan on the subject of ancient Dacia, located in what is now Eastern Europe. Pârvan covers the relationships between the native Carpatho-Danubians and the various races that occupied the territory at various points over time, and includes a number of photographs and drawings of Dacian buildings and artefacts. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in ancient European history.
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