Cavalerii danubieni by Ioan Roman, , Scrisul Românesc edition, in Romanian. Cavalerii danubieni by Ioan Roman; 1 edition; Subjects: Fiction, History; Places: Dacia, Rome; Times: Empire, 30 B.C A.D. Get this from a library! Cavalerii danubieni: roman. [Ioan Roman].
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SCIV A 30, 4,— Advanced Search Find a Library. Worshipped in various forms and rep- resentations, she appears most commonly as a winged female deity.
ActaMP 7,— Studium 2,17— EphNap 5,— They are known in the whole Roman Empire only from a single inscription from Apulum. Drobeta 16,71— Originally, they were the tendant spirits of child- birth. Gudea in 6 distinct periods: Studia Theologia Catholica 50, 1,9— ANRW 2, 18, 2,— He is attested ddanubieni several inscriptions, in two temples, and a collegium of Roman followers. Apulum 4,— In Dacia appears probably on a igurative monument.
MBBM 11,13— Victor Rusu Ciobanu – Un destin aparte http: Germania 22,— Studia Theologia Catholica 45, 3,53— This kind of bibliographies appears only when a ield of study reaches its peak. Sargetia 10,— Pontica 10,— The Bibliography of Roman Religion in Dacia 37 He appears with ioqn dog, holding in his hand the syrinx or a stick. Oltenia11, 11— BICA 2,21— Notandum 8,81— It appears many time with Iuppiter Sabasios.
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In Dacia appears in various epigraphic and igurative forms. SCIV A 23, 1,79— She was attested only on some votive inscriptions in Dacia. SCIV A 28, 4,— The Bibliography of Roman Religion in Dacia 45 He appears with Phyrgian cap standing on a bull, holding a double scepter and thundrerlights.
Thesis, Yale University,— In Dacia he cavqlerii in form of some igurative and epigraphic sources. The Bibliography of Roman Religion in Dacia 43 Write a review Rate this item: The seniority of Christianity of the Romanian people has been mentioned — without scientiic studies — as late as the 18th century, in the context of a return to Catholicism.
StCl 23, 7—8,— Das Altertum 53,— The Bibliography of Roman Religion in Dacia 51 Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Sargetia 25, ——