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20 June 2014


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Lindsay Powell

It is an exciting discovery if proven by follow-up archaeology. Rare it is to find a site for which there is an historical reference, this one cited by Velleius Paterculus: "Caesar had already arranged his winter quarters on the Danube, and had brought up his army to within five days' march of the advanced posts of the enemy" (Roman History, 2.110.1).


It will definitely be interesting to see what happens.

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