Dacia Mediterranea


Dacia Mediterranea
Map of the northern Balkans in the 6th century, including the Diocese of Dacia and its provinces.

Dacia Mediterranea is a part of the former Dacia Aureliana divided by Constantine the Great.

Serdica is the province capital.


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