Moesia

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Moe·sia

 (mē′shə, -shē-ə)
An ancient region of southeast Europe south of the Danube River in what is now Serbia and northern Bulgaria. Originally inhabited by Thracians, it was conquered by the Romans c. 29 bc and occupied by Goths in the fourth century ad.

Moe•si•a

(ˈmi ʃi ə)

n.
an ancient country in S Europe, S of the Danube and N of ancient Thrace and Macedonia: later a Roman province.
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Its subsequent long-lived Roman occupation as part of Lower Moesia and Scythia Minor eventually dissolved into Byzantine, then Ottoman, imperialism.
It covers approximately 10 per cent of the Roman provinces of Lower Moesia and 30 per cent of later Scythia Minor, making it the largest systematic archaeological landscape survey and mapping exercise in this part of the world.
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