Alba Iulia

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Al·ba Iu·lia

 (äl′bə yo͞o′lyə)
A town of west-central Romania on the Mureşul River. It is on the site of the ancient settlement Apulum, founded by the Romans in the second century ad.
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Asi, en enclaves como Apulum, se registraron varias fragmentadas, ninguna de ellas con monedas en su interior, ubicadas en fosas/favissae cultuales practicadas en el templo de Liber Pater (Fielder, 2005: 95-125).
The main Carpathian passes and "gates" were protected during the Dacian-Roman period by fortified urban centers (Pop, 2003) such as Apulum, Porolissum, by the Roman castra, Micia, Germisara (Geoagiu, Gherla, Tarnaveni, Sighisoara, Cumidava (Rasnov), Angustia (Bretcu), Orhei-Bistrita, Brancovenesti on Mures, etc.
(2005), Noi cercetdri privind mineritul antic in Transilvania (J), Apulum, XLII, 95-116.
Bucharest (a) 1-1* VfB Lubeck (a) 0-2* Seville (h) 0-2 FC Cologne (h) 1-0 Alba Apulum (h) 1-1* Rangers (a) 4-1 Otelul Galati (a) 1-3 Hamburg (h) 0-0 FCU Poli (h) 0-0 Nuremberg *Cup match
(13) This impression is confirmed in a number of Latin inscriptions from Apulum, in Dacia, dating from the time of emperor Commodus (161-192 C.E.) and later, that were dedicated to deus Azizus bonus puer conservator, "god Azizus, benevolent youth, preserver"; deus bonus puer Phosphorus, "god, benevolent youth, Phosphorus"; and deobono phosphoro Apollini Pythio, "benevolent god, Phosphorus, Apollo Pythio." (14)
(2006): "Roman brooches from Apulum", Apulum: Archeologie.