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.
En la antigua ciudad dacica de Apulum aparecio un altar dedicado a Diana sin mas cita que el teonimo, pero se hallo al excavar para hacer una canalizacion, en las ruinas <<de un edificio romano>> junto a otros dos bloques anepigrafos.
Son de recordar ciudades como Ulpia Traiana, fundada donde estaba la capital Dacia (Sarmizegetusa), Apulum, hoy Alba-Julia, Napoca, hoy Cluj-Napoca, Potaissa (Turda), Aguae (Calan), Porolissum (hoy Moigrad.
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.
They are rich in ruderal plants, some of them with a wide distribution, such as Papaver rhoeas, Lolium rigidum, Melilotus albus, Neatostema apulum, Anthemis arvensis, Buglossoides arvensis, Vicia angustifolia, Chenopodium album, etc.
Most of them were located in the mining center of Alburnus Maior (23), others lived in cities such as Apulum, Ampelum, Sarmizegetusa, Potaissa, Napoca, Drobeta, Romula, Tibiscum, while very few were to be found in rural areas (Bradeni, Bretea, Garbau, Slatina, Zegaia), or military vici (Brancovenesti, Bologa, Cigmau, Gherla, Ilisua, Micia, Pojejena).
The 8 km of mainly rocky coastal line is the site of a very particular Crithmo-Limonietea community namely the CrithmoLimonietum apuli, floristically characterised by the presence of Limonium apulum (a southern Apulia endemic species belonging to the collective group of Limonium cancellatum) (Figure 2).