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Of the 36 inscriptions from Sarmizegetusa, Mezerzius succeeded in identifying the Romanian village of Grădiştea as the old capital of Trajan Dacia.
Archaeology enthusiasts who use the Internet can take good advantage of the generosity of the host, CIMEC, that made available a selection comprising a part of the oldest images of Capidava preserved in the archive of the site: topographic surveys and planimetric surveys of the fortress, photographs from pre-war excavations (in part unpublished) and of their initiators etc.In the year 2004 Romanian archaeology marked the jubilee of two of the most representative Dobrudjan archaeological sites: Histria and Capidava.In September 1914, after the third (and last) campaign ended at Ulmetum (Pantelimonu de Jos, Constanţa county), Vasile Pârvan headed for Histria, the old Milesian colony on the bank of Sinoe Lake, to start vast archaeological excavations, that have been going on ever since.A city in Roman Dacia, founded by the first governor of the province, Terentius Scaurianus, between 108 and 110, during the reign of Emperor Hadrian the city got also the name of Sarmizegetusa, borne by the capital of the Dacian Kingdom of Decebalus, situated 40 km E from the new building, and from 222 to 235 it would bear also the epithet of metropolis.Founded in southern Transylvania, in the south-west of the Haţeg depression, on the place of a camp of the 5th legion Macedonica, Ulpia Traiana is populated by veterans of the Dacian wars, receiving from the foundation the rank of a colony, and its inhabitants benefiting from ius italicum.The first random excavations at Ulpia Traiana must have been undertaken by Johann Michael Ackner, who on the 10th of September 1832 discovered in the precint of the ancient city a mosaic of 8.15 m x 6.45 m representing the goddess Victoria surrounded by other deities.
In 1871 at Deva, the Society of History and Archaeology of the Hunedoara county was founded, that organized the museum in 1882 and between 1881-1883 conducted archaeological excavations at Ulpia Traiana.
The decisive factor in choosing the young epigraphist is mentioned in the Preface of the first monographic volume of Capidava, that he signed in 1958: "On the one hand the rescue of the fortress  , and on the other also its position in an important ford of the Danube, crossed by a road running from the Carpathians and crossing the inland of Dobrudja up to the sea, at the Greek cities of Tomis and Histria, used to be solid reasons for starting the excavations in this location".
That is how the systematic archaeological excavations started at Capidava eight decades ago. This celebration is owed foremost to the exceptional endeavors of two remarkable researchers from two successive generations, father and son, Grigore and Radu Florescu.
This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License It uses material from the Wikipedia article " USA" Roman province of “Dacia Traiana” on the territory of today's Romania.
For the late Roman province of “Dacia Aureliana” on the territories of modern Bulgaria and Serbia, see Dacia Aureliana.
The high temple, built in the Corinthian style, was the largest cult edifice from the Roman Dacia: 46.3 m (154 ft) long and 34 m (113 ft) wide.