Adamclisi
Original name in latin Adamclisi
Name in other language Adamclisi
State code RO
Continent/City Europe/Bucharest
longitude 44.08333
latitude 27.95
altitude 103
Population 2247
Date 2012-06-12

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • Adamclisi — Escudo …   Wikipedia Español

  • Adamclisi — Adamklissi Hilfe zu Wappen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Adamclisi — Adamclisị,   Adamklissị, rumänisches Dorf in der südlichen Dobrudscha mit den Resten eines 109 n. Chr. von Trajan nach den Kriegen gegen die Daker errichteten Siegesdenkmals (Tropaeum Traiani), eines zylinderförmigen Baus von 42 m Durchmesser;… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Adamclisi — Infobox Settlement subdivision type = Country subdivision name = ROU timezone=EET utc offset=+2 timezone DST=EEST utc offset DST=+3 map caption = Location of Adamclisi |official name=Adamclisi image shield= subdivision type1=County subdivision… …   Wikipedia

  • Trofeo de Adamclisi — Trofeo de Adamclisi. El trofeo de Adamclisi es un monumento conmemorativo erigido por Trajano en el año 109, en la Dobruja meridional, para conmemorar su victoria sobre los dacios en la batalla de Tapae. Contenido …   Wikipedia Español

  • Bataille d'Adamclisi — Monument commémoratif de la bataille élevé par Trajan en 109. Informations générales Date 102 Lieu Adamclisi, Județ de Constanța, Roumanie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Battle of Adamclisi — Infobox Military Conflict caption= conflict=Battle of Adamclisi partof=the Dacian Wars date= Winter of 101 to 102 place=Adamclisi, Dobruja, Romania result=Decisive Roman victory combatant1=Dacia and its allies combatant2=Roman Empire commander1=… …   Wikipedia

  • Comuna Adamclisi — Admin ASC 2 Code Orig. name Comuna Adamclisi Country and Admin Code RO.14.60883 RO …   World countries Adminstrative division ASC I-II

  • Adamklissi — Adamclisi Adamklissi Hilfe zu Wappen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Falx — For other uses, see Falx (disambiguation). The Roman monument commemorating the Battle of Adamclisi clearly shows Dacian warriors wielding a two handed falx. Falx is a Latin word originally meaning sickle, but was later used to mean any of a… …   Wikipedia

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