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Not to be confused with "Goetica", a term for a person who practices Goetic magic
The Getica is a historical book written by Jordanes in which he mixes the Goths with the Getae. It may also refer to:
- Getica (Dio), a historical book which Suidas, Jordanes, and Freculphus attribute to Cassius Dio, while Philostratus sees Dio Chrysostom as its author
- Getica, a work on the history of the Getae by Criton of Heraclea, which was at the basis of Emperor Trajan's work, Dacica
- Getica (published 1926), a book covering the ancient history of the Geto-Dacians by the Romanian historian and archaeologist Vasile Pârvan
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