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  Frozen Throne - Northrend - burebista - Player Profile
Frozen Throne - Northrend - burebista - Player Profile
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  Burebista
On the South of Danube, the Proconsul[?] of the province of Macedonia, the general Varro Lucullus, during the second Mithridatic War[?] (74 BC-72 BC) occupies the Greek cities on the West coast of Black Sea from Apollonia[?] to the Danube Delta.
The Greek inhabitants of the conquered cities ask Burebista to help and the Roman army of Antonius Hybrida[?] is defeate near Histria[?] and the Greek cities of Tomis, Calatis[?], Dionysopolis[?] and Apollonia[?] agree to be part of Burebista's kingdom.
In 48 BC, Burebista interfered with the internal Roman dispute between Julius Cesar and Pompei, choosing the latter as a ally.
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 Burebista - NumisWiki, The Collaborative Numismatics Project
Burebista, the greatest king of Dacia, ruled between 70 BC and 44 BC.
On the south of Danube, the proconsul of the province of Macedonia, the general Varro Lucullus, during the second Mithridatic War (74 BC—72 BC) occupied the Greek cities on the west coast of the Black Sea from Apollonia to the Danube Delta.
In 48 BC, Burebista interfered with the internal Roman dispute between Julius Caesar and Pompey, choosing the latter as an ally.
www.forumancientcoins.com /NumisWiki/view.asp?key=Burebista   (321 words)

  
 Burebista Information
Burebista, the greatest king of Dacia, ruled between 70 BC and 44 BC.
On the south of Danube, the proconsul of the province of Macedonia, the general Varro Lucullus, during the second Mithridatic War (74 BC–72 BC) occupied the Greek cities on the west coast of the Black Sea from Apollonia to the Danube Delta.
In 48 BC, Burebista interfered with the internal Roman dispute between Julius Caesar and Pompey, choosing the latter as an ally.
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 Burebista
Politica externa a statului lui Burebista, deosebit de activa si indrazneata, este indreptata spre redobandirea vechilor tinuturi dacice si spre contracararea pericolului expansiunii romane ce se contura pe intreaga linie a Dunarii.
In anii 55-48, atentia lui Burebista se indreapta spre rasarit, unde, dupa infrangerea lui Mithradates VI Eupator, regele Pontului, Roma reusise temporar, in urma campaniei lui M. Terentius Varro Lucullus, din anii 72/71, sa-si extinda autoritatea aspura oraselor grecesti vest-pontice.
Dupa asasinarea lui Caesar in Forumul din Roma, are loc si disparitia violenta a lui Burebista, victima probabil a unui complot al aristocratiei separatiste.
www.e-altfel.ro /dacica/Dacia/burebista.htm   (512 words)

  
 Burebista - Definition, explanation
Burebista, the greatest king of Dacia, ruled between 70 BC and 44 BC.
On the south of Danube, the Proconsul of the province of Macedonia, the general Varro Lucullus, during the second Mithridatic War (74 BC–72 BC) occupied the Greek cities on the west coast of the Black Sea from Apollonia to the Danube Delta.
In 48 BC, Burebista interfered with the internal Roman dispute between Julius Caesar and Pompey, choosing the latter as an ally.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/b/bu/burebista.php   (340 words)

  
 Burebista Booster
Burebista is regarded as the greatest King of Dacia.
Burebista himself was also assassinated the same year by malcontents in his court.
Use Burebista, the greatest King of the Dacians, to acquaint your enemies with the sharp edge of your blade in pursuit of victory in the Anachronism arena.
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 Burebista - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
According to Jordanes, in his Getica [1] (http://members.lycos.nl/romans/gth/Goth_11.htm), the greatest priest and adviser of Burebista was Dicineus (Deceneus), who held "almost royal powers" and taught the Dacians the "belagines laws", ethics and sciences, including physics and astronomy.
Burebista continued his incursion in the region, conquering the Celtic Aliobrix (Cartal, southern Bessarabia, now part of Ukraine), Tyras and Odessas.
Three years later, Caesar defeated his adversary and planned on sending legions to punish Burebista, but on March 15 44 BC before the decisive battle, Caesar was assassinated in the Senate.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Burebista   (283 words)

  
 The Geto-Dacians
Burebista's country, rooted in the former social and political tradition, was strengthened by the king's conquest of Greek cities, like Tomis, Histria and Callatis on the Black Sea shore, and by eliminating the threat of Celtic invasion.
Controlling both sides of the Danube, Burebista was "the first and the greatest of the Thracian kings", as he is referred to in writing by Acornion of Dyonisopolis.
Shortly after Caesar's death, Burebista himself was overthrown by a plot of the aristocracy discontented with the king's absolute power.
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 The Geto-Dacians
Burebista's country, rooted in the former social and political tradition, was strengthened by the king's conquest of Greek cities, like Tomis, Histria and Callatis on the Black Sea shore, and by eliminating the threat of Celtic invasion.
Controlling both sides of the Danube, Burebista was "the first and the greatest of the Thracian kings", as he is referred to in writing by Acornion of Dyonisopolis.
Shortly after Caesar's death, Burebista himself was overthrown by a plot of the aristocracy discontented with the king's absolute power.
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 Burebista   (Site not responding. Last check: )
On the South of Danube, the Proconsul of the province of Macedonia, the general Varro Lucullus, during the second Mithridatic War (74 BC - 72 BC) occupied the Greek cities on the West coast of Black Sea from Apollonia to the Danube Delta.
In 48 BC, Burebista interfered with the internal Roman dispute between Julius Caesar and Pompey, choosing the latter as a ally.
Three years later, Caesar defeated his adversary and sent legions to punish Burebista, but on March 15 44 BC before the decisive battle, Caesar was assassinated in the Senate.
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 2. THE DACIAN KINGDOM (András Mócsy)
Burebista first objective was probably to subjugate these tribes, the Taurisci and the Anartes; in the process, he confronted the Celtic tribal (Boian) alliance that dominated the {1-48.} entire northern half of the Carpathian Basin.
Burebista presumably perceived the potential utility of the cult and exploited it to consolidate his authority.
In this case, the structure of Decebalus' kingdom differed little from that of the conqueror Burebista, who had amalgamated a number of tribes and peoples; as noted, the latter kingdom was reduced after Burebista's death to its central region, which reached from the Maros to the Danube, and from the Banat to the Olt.
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At the beginning of the Ist century BC Burebista, the wise, energetic king, succeeded in getting together all the Dacian tribes and form a state.
Burebista told the kings that they should do the same thing, fighting against the “wolf” which, in his opinion, was Rome.
So, Burebista was not attacked by the Romans but he died in the same year, killed during a rebellion.
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 The Kings of the Dacians
Dacian Kingdom, during the rule of Burebista, 82 BC Enlarge Dacian Kingdom, during the rule of Burebista, 82 BC.
On the south of Danube, the Proconsul of the province of Macedonia, the general Varro Lucullus, during the second Mithridatic War (74–72 BC) occupied the Greek cities on the west coast of the Black Sea from Apollonia to the Danube Delta.
Burebista continued his incursion in the region, conquering Aliobrix (Cartal, southern Bessarabia, now part of Ukraine), Tyras and Odessas.
www.gk.ro /sarmizegetusa/eng/kings.htm   (1063 words)

  
 THE DACIAN STATE, FROM BUREBISTA TO DECEBALUS
- After 48 BC Burebista defeated the Celts ffrom the north-west and from the south-west of Dacia (these battles are mentioned by Strabo).
- In the middle of the 1st century BC, the kingdom of Burebista was bordered by: the river Morava and the middle course of the Danube (west), the Balkan Mountains (south), the Black Sea, the river Bug (east), the Northern Carpathians (north).
Cogaionon (or Kogaion, Kogaionon), "The Sacred Mountain", is identified by historians and archeologist with the Hill of Gradistea, 1200 m high.
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The real name of Burebista was lost, but his fame was evoked by the Greek writers under the name of Byrebistas.
The spiritual center of the kingdom was called Kogaion (or Kagaion, the holy mountain) by Strabo, and is thought to be localized somewhere in the Bucegi mountains.
Burebista continued his incursion in the region, conquering the Celtic Aliobrix (Cartal, southern Bessarabia, now part of Ukraine), Tyras and Odessos and destroying Olvia.
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 Romania History - Dacia
Burebista reigned from 82 BC to around 44 BC, probably inheriting the position from his father.
When Burebista offered to support Pompey against Caesar (48 BC) his kingdom stretched from the Beskids mountains in the north, the Middle Danube in the west, the river Dniester in the east, and to the Balkan Mountains in the south.
Decebal's state was smaller than that of Burebista with the borders being the rivers Tisza in the west, Siret in the east, Danube in the south and the northern Carpathians.
www.eliznik.org.uk /RomaniaHistory/dacia.htm   (668 words)

  
 Burebista
Burebista a fost un rege pe masura cerintelor si virtutilor neamului sau, geto-dacii, care reprezinta ramura nordica a marelui popor trac, care l-a rindul sau are radacini adinci in spatiul carapato-danubiano-pontic.
Pentru a preintimpina un atac roman, BUREBISTA a luat partea lui Pompei in confruntarea acestuia cu Cezar.
In inscriptia dedicata de dionysopolitani lui Acornion numele figureaza in doua feluri: in rindul 22 in grafia Burebista si in rindul 33 apare sub forma Burabeista.
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 BUREBISTA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Burebista의 실명은 잃었다, 그러나 그의 명성은의 이름을 걸고 알고 있던 그리스 작가에 의하여bu의 전에buist것과 같이 되살렸다 것.
늦게의 3 년,Caesar은 그의 상대를 격파하고Burebista을 처벌하기 위하여 운단을 보냈다, 그러나 단호한 전투의 앞에15일 3 월44일에B.c.,Caesar은 상원안에 암살되었다.
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 Enciclopedie :: Burebista   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Desigur, creşterea puterii militare a lui Burebista a determinat supunerea de bunăvoie a multor uniuni tribale geto-dacice.
De aici, Burebista a organizat expediţii până în Macedonia şi Illiria.
Moartea lui Burebista a provocat mari transformări şi tulburări.
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 Thracian history
About 60 A. Burebista it was set to the west, having crushed Celt tribes in Central Europe.
Burebista was going to interfere with civil war in Rome, but Caesar's fast victory has broken his plans.
Burebista is interesting also to that has constructed many sanctuaries.
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 Thracian history   (Site not responding. Last check: )
About 60 A. Burebista it was set to the west, having crushed Celt tribes in Central Europe.
Burebista was going to interfere with civil war in Rome, but Caesar's fast victory has broken his plans.
Burebista is interesting also to that has constructed many sanctuaries.
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 Romania - History - Colonization - 1st Century BC (100-0 BC)
Burebista stood at the head of the revived Dacian tribal union.
At least one historian of the period labeled Burebista the "greatest of Thracian kings" (a quote often repeated in Romanian histories where the Thracians are described as the ancient ancestors of today's Romanians).
Burebista was a strong military leader who acted as both aggressor and defender.
www.romerica.com /rom/hist_bc0100.htm   (3091 words)

  
 BUREBISTA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Burebista, il re più grande di Dacia, regolato BC fra 70 e 44 BC.
Gli abitanti greci delle città conquistate hanno chiesto Burebista aiuto e l'esercito romano di Gaius Antonius Hybrida è stato sconfitto vicino a Histria.
Burebista ha continuato il suo incursion nella regione, conquistante Aliobrix, Tyras ed Odessas.
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