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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In Dacia he appears on igurative and epigraphic monuments. There are several categories of them, like the Meliads, Naiads or Hamadryads. SCIV A 13, 1,— Rada Varga and dr. He appears on some small, igurative monuments.

EphNap 5,— Aeracura substitutes Proserpina, and it appears some- times as the paredra of Dis Pater, having as attribute the fruit basket. However, from this initiative the present volume came into existence; a volume which now has a greater goal: Perseus foman Gorgon Medusa and Zeus seducing Leda.


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ActaMN 10,— Reitemeier, Arnd; Fouquet, Gerhard Eds. AMMR 9,— We want to thank him also for his contribution to this volume.

Crisia 38,17— Banatica 7,— Homenaje a la profesora Carmen Castillo, Pamplona,— Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. He then moved to Brannear his native village.

Castores appear also on epigraphical monuments, as acolytes of Dolichenus.

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Studia Theologia Catholica 51, 1,— Romanian View all editions and formats Rating: ActaMN 18, riman, 59— RPAN 2—4,— PoP, conStAntin, Vertumnus-protectorul plantelor. AISC 5,— Ar fi numai bune pentru ilustratii.

In Dacia she appears on igurative and epigraphic monuments. Le cas de la Dacie Romaine.

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Views Read Edit View history. MCA 1,— Oltenia11, 11— In Dacia are attested in form of various igurative and epigraphic monuments. Son origine sa nature et ses mysteres, Paris,87— Omagiu profesorului Ioan Glodariu, Cluj-Napoca,— The making of a provincial society.


His sacred plant is the laurel. ActaMN 32,85— He describes the coat of arms he then received in his work on the Romanian noble families of Transylvania. In provincial context they appears especially as representions of the main rivers.

Ephemeris Dacoromana 11,21—