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Scordisci

TM Geo 42934

Serbia (Pannonia) - provincia: Pannonia Inferior - located in modern Serbia and Croatia


Links: Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire, Pleiades, Pleiades [2], Wikipedia


Status: people


Greek name(s): Σκορδίσται
Latin name(s): Scordisci
Ethnic(s): Scordiscus - Scordistus - Skordistes
Variants: Scordisci (Skordistai)


Map: Barrington Atlas, 2000, pl. 21 B5-D5


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190231Tituli Aquincenses 2 1011, 2Scordisc(us)stone? Latin BC02 - AD08 Hungary, Pannonia - Campona (Nagytétény) [found & written]
221402Fouilles de Delphes 3.1 526, 3 [b]Σκορδίσταςstone Greek BC02 Greece, Phocis - Delphoi [found & written]
177825CIL I(2).2.1 692 [a-b], (Lat.) 3 [a]Scordisteisstone (limestone) Greek / Latin BC02 Greece, Phocis - Delphoi [found & written]
229384Inscriptiones Italiae XIII.1 1 c [p. 64-87: Fasti triumphales], fr. 37, 3 (110) [a][Scordist]eisstone (marble) Latin BC01 Italy, Latium - Rome [found & written]
229388Inscriptiones Italiae XIII.1 1 c [p. 64-87: Fasti triumphales], fr. 37, 10 (106) [a][Scordisteis]stone (marble) Latin BC01 Italy, Latium - Rome [found & written]
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