Dacia (disambiguation)

Dacia (disambiguation)

Roman Dacia is (also known as Dacia Felix and Dacia Traiana), an ancient Roman province in modern Romania, after year 106 until 275 (106÷275).

Dacia is an ancient geographic demarcation of central Europe, Kingdom of Dacians (in modern Romania), until the Great King Burebista and the king Decebalus.

Dacia may refer to:



Historic geography

  • Dacia Aureliana, an ancient Roman province in modern Bulgaria and Serbia, in South of Danube
  • Dacia Ripensis, an ancient Roman province, after year 275 in modern Bulgaria and Serbia, in South of Danube
  • Diocese of Dacia, a Roman diocese in the area of modern Serbia and western Bulgaria
  • Dacia, Mediaeval Latin name for Denmark (e.g. Cal. Patent Rolls H III, 1225-32). Adjective Dacus.
  • Dacia as Scandinavia, Latin name of a historic Vatican province consisting of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland


  • Dacia (Pârvan) is a history book by the Romanian historian and archaeologist Vasile Pârvan
  • Editura Dacia, a publishing house in Cluj-Napoca



  • Automobile Dacia, a Romanian automobile maker
    • Dacia Logan, a compact automobile manufactured jointly by the companies Dacia and Renault in Romania
    • Dacia Sandero, a five door hatchback car produced jointly by the French manufacturer Renault and its subsidiary Dacia of Romania. The Sandero is based on the Logan
    • Dacia Solenza, a car manufactured by Romanian auto marque Dacia
    • Dacia SupeRNova, a car manufactured by Romanian auto marque Dacia
    • Dacia Nova, a car manufactured by Romanian auto marque Dacia
    • Dacia 1300, Family sedan produced by Dacia

recovered 3 blue links

  • Dacia (journal), a Romanian academic journal of archeology published by the Vasile Pârvan Institute of Archaeology, Bucharest
  • Dacia Pick-Up, a pick-up truck manufactured by Romanian auto marque Dacia. The 31 years of production saw the manufacturing of a total of 318,969 vehicles
  • Dacorum (disambiguation)

recovered 4 People

  • Boetius of Dacia (born 13th-century), 13th century Danish philosopher
  • Dacia Maraini (born 1936), Italian writer
  • Dacia Valent (born 1963), Somali-born Italian politician and former Member of the European Parliament
  • Martin of Dacia (1220–1304), Danish scholar, master of arts and theology at the University of Paris around 1250–88, and the author of Modi significandi, an influential treatise on grammar

recovered names (8 non-redirects)

  • Dacia Hotel, a three star hotel in Satu Mare, Romania. The Secession style hotel, one of the few built in Transylvania, was built over the old city hall building which dated from 1768 - 1772
  • Dacia Literară, the first Romanian literary and political journal
  • Dacia Logan Cup, a One-make racing lowcost series created and managed by Renault Sport. It uses Dacia Logan cars and takes place in Germany, France, Romania and Russia (as Renault Logan Cup)
  • Dacia Lăstun, a car manufactured by Tehnometal, Timişoara, under the auto marque Dacia
  • Dacia Mediterranea, a part of the former Dacia Aureliana divided by Constantine the Great
  • Dacorum Borough Council, the local authority for the Dacorum non-metropolitan district of England, the United Kingdom
  • Dacorum local elections
  • Petrus de Dacia (disambiguation)

red links

  • Dacia, Braşov

red link names

  • Dacia Arcaraz
  • Dacia Arcaráz
  • Dacia González

missing names

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