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Between Iskar and Morava Rivers: Mediterranean Dacia and Roman Serdica Fefore Constabtine the Great [In Bulgarian]

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Author(s): V. Vatchkova

Journal: Venets : The Belogradchik Journal for Local History, Cultural Heritage and Folk Studies
ISSN 1314-0426

Volume: 2;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 84;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Serdica | Mea Roma | Constantine the Great | Galerius | Aurelianus

ABSTRACT
The paper focuses on some little known facts from the history of Mediterranean Dacia and Serdica in the period between the 60s of the 3rd century AD to the establishment of the town as central residence of Constantine the Great, called by him “Mea Roma” (316 -January 330). The attention is drawn especially on the great importance of the city under Galerius who issued (April 30th, 311) the First Edict of Tolerance. An attempt has also been made to present, in retrospect, the most important events, whose scene was Serdica under the emperors Aurelianus, Gallienus and Probus.
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