Terizi

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Dacian tribes.

The Terizi (Ancient Greek: Τέριζοι) were a Thracian Getic tribe. The Terizi lived on the Tirizian promontory (now known as Cape Kaliakra).[1]

In 313 BCE, the Terizi were defeated by the Hellenistic strategos of Thrace, Lysimachus, who established a treasury on the coast of the Black Sea, in their territory.[2]

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  1. ^ Mihailovi, G. (1991). "Thrace Before the Persian Entry into Europe". In Boardman, John; Edwards, I. E. S.; Hammond, N. G. L.; Sollberger, E.; Walker, C. B. F. (eds.). The Cambridge Ancient History. Vol. 3. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 591–618. ISBN 978-1-139-05429-4. However, a text of Hellanicus associates the Crobyzi as well the Terizi (from the Tirizian promontory) with the Getae, who ‘immortalize’ that is ‘render immortal’ by ritual.
  2. ^ Lund, Helen S. (2002). Lysimachus: A Study in Early Hellenistic Kingship. London, New York City: Routledge. p. 29. ISBN 978-1-134-91165-3.

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