Book Review: The Greek Presence In Mehedinti. Authors: Paula Scalcau And Tudor Ratoi
A new monograph regarding the role of the Greek element in the Romanian society has been recently published by the Greek Union of Romania. Its authors are two well-known historians from Turnu Severin: Paula Scalcau and Tudor Ratoi. The 328 pages study traces the Greek presence in the Mehedinti area, from the first Rhodos amphorae and Macedonian coins discovered in this region and the first Greeks who followed emperor Traian in Dacia to the Greek Community which exists today.
Volume (Year): 4 (2009)
Issue (Month): 3(12) (August)
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