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Getae was the name by which pre-Roman ancient writers referred to the tribes later known as the Dacians. The Romans used predominantly the name Dacus (plural Daci) to refer to the Getae, but the name Getae was also employed. The Getae were a Thracian people who lived in what are today Romania, Ukraine and Bulgaria. The Tyragetae are believed to have been the Getae living near the river Tyras (Dniester).
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