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Archaeologists discover new evidence concerning the Dacian tribes

Kiss László

An archaeological discovery made last year, 2015, has brought new evidence about the territories occupied by the Dacian tribes.
Hungarian archaeologisys from Josa Andras museum around the city of Nyiregyhaza have discovered the ruins of a Dacian house, which was estimated to be from the 3rd century.
According to MTI press agency, the territory was occupied by the free Dacians who lived outside the Roman Dacia province. This new discovery attests that the Daco- Gets tribes occupied a territory up until Tisa river during the Roman occupation.