Artakioi

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Artakioi was a Moesian tribe mentioned in the Roman period.[1] Cassius Dio (155–235) mentioned the tribe.[1] The ethnonym has been connected with the Roman-era toponyms Artiskos (a tributary of the Maritsa) and Artanes (a tributary of the Danube).[2] The tribe inhabited the region of the upper Tundzha river, a tributary of Maritsa.[3] It is believed that they spoke a Thracian language.[4]

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  1. ^ a b The Cambridge Ancient History ... The University Press. 1923. p. 599. ISBN 978-0-521-22717-9. Pliny speaks of the 'Moesic tribes' (N.H. iV-3 'Moesiacae gentes'), but their names remain almost unknown; in the Roman period, the tribes of the Artakioi (Dio Cass. LI. 27.1) or Artakai (St. Byz. 127. 23)20 were known. 
  2. ^ Ancient West & East. 8. Brill. 2009. p. 236. Artiskos, affluent de l'Hebros; Artanès, affluent de l'Istros; la tribu des Artakioi)," mais il ne s'agit ici que d'une analogie fortuite. 
  3. ^ Bŭlgarski ezik. 32-35. Izd. na Bŭlgarskata akademii︠a︡ na naukite. 1960. p. 289. артаките са живеели в областта на горна Тунджа. 
  4. ^ Talanta. E. J. Brill. 2000. ISBN 978-90-72067-09-8. ... question at the time (the Krobuzoi and Artakioi), in other words is written in the Thracian language (Georgiev 1965 [=1977]; Schmitt-Brandt 1967; Ancillotti 1986; Schmid 1987). 

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