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The Dardani was a tribe that occupied the region of Dardania. Located at the Thraco-Illyrian contact zone, their identification as either an Illyrian or Thracian tribe is uncertain. Their territory itself was not considered part of Illyria by Strabo. The term used for their territory was, while for other tribes had more unspecified terms, such as for the Autariatae. Other than that, little to no data exists on the territory of the Dardanii prior to Roman conquest, especially on its southern extent. Albanian historians concluded that the kingdom of Dardani sweeps in the territory of today's Kosovo and southern Serbia and later on in north-west Macedonia during the wars with Macedonia.
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- Parasunaristes Dardani
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The Histories (1992)
Dardani is a far more attractive suggestion; the fragment might fittingly be placed in the Commentary on 2. 60. 23. by the frequency of the waves, which usually occurs . . . Too vague for certainty of placement. Maurenbrecher (3. 64M) followed ...
DARDANUM ProMostoRIUM, (Pliny; Dardani, (Strabo); a promontory of Troas, near Abydos, running out into the Hellespont ; with a cognominal town at it, called Dardanus, and Dardanum; all which gave name to the Dardanesses.
Cum Observationibus Antiquariis Geographicis Chronologicis Historicis Criticis Et Passim Cum Explicatione Monogrammatum. Tri - Victoria
Dardani Troadis. Lex. n. T. ll. 54. – sed d. vi&toriolan offert Imperatori. n. ConstFnt.
A Classical Dictionary; Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors: (1820)
With the Value of Coins, Weights, and Measures, Used Among the Greeks and Romans; and a Chronological Table by John Lemprière
Dardani, the inhabitants of Dardania. Also a people of Moesia very inimical to the neighbouring power of Macedonia.
from which the Trojans were called Dardani and Dardatadee. There is also a country of tli* the same name near Illyricum.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1890)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature
At that great battle of Kadesh on the Orontes to which we have already referred, there were present, besides the princes of Khita, the kings of Arathu, Khilibu, Naharain, Qazanadana, Malunna, Pidasa, Leka, the Dardani or Dandani, the Masu, ...
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