Map of Dacian settlements.
|Alternative name(s)||Aedeva, Aedabe, Aedeba, Aedadeba|
Aedava (also known as Aedeva, Aedabe, Aedeba, Aedadeba) was a Dacian settlement located south of the Danube in Moesia (present-day northern Bulgaria). In his De Aedificiis, the 6th century AD historian Procopius placed Aedava on the Danubian road between Augustae and Variana. He also mentioned that Emperor Justinian (r. 527–565) restored the damaged portion of the town defenses.
- Grumeza, Ion (2009). Dacia: Land of Transylvania, Cornerstone of Ancient Eastern Europe. Lanham, Maryland: Hamilton Books. ISBN 0-7618-4465-1. "South of Danube (in what are now Bulgaria and Serbia) the names of other Dacia settlements were well known, including Aedava/Aedadeba..."
- Olteanu, Sorin. "Linguae Thraco-Daco-Moesorum - Toponyms Section". Linguae Thraco-Daco-Moesorum (in Romanian, partially in English). Archived from the original on 3 January 2010. Retrieved 3 January 2010.
- Velkov, Velizar Iv (1977). The Cities in Thrace and Dacia in Late Antiquity: (Studies and Materials). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Adolf M. Hakkert. ISBN 90-256-0723-3.
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