List of Dacian plant names


List of Dacian plant names

This is a list of plant names in Dacian, an ancient language of South Eastern Europe, from Dioscorides' "De Materia Medica" (abb. MM) and Pseudo-Apuleius' "Herbarius" (abb. Herb.). Dacian plant names are one of the primary sources left to us for studying the Dacian language. This list also includes a Bessian plant name and a Moesian plant name, neighboring Daco-Thracian tribes.

A separate list exists containing Romanian words of possible Dacian origin that form the Eastern Romance substratum.

References

ee also

*List of Dacian words


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