The Dacian Stones Speak

By Paul Lachlan MacKendrick

The Dacian Stones Speak

270 pp., 6 x 9, 161 illus., notes, bibl., index

  • Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8078-4939-2
    Published: December 2000

Buy this Book

With this exciting introduction to the ancient province of Dacia, noted classicist and archaeologist MacKendrick turns his attention to an old area little known to the English-speaking world. He examines its history from the Neolithic culture to the 165 years of urban culture under Roman rule. Also examined is the durability of the Greco-Roman heritage that is reflected in the religious and cultural orientation of present-day Romania.

About the Author

The late Paul MacKendrick's other works include The North African Stones Speak.
For more information about Paul Lachlan MacKendrick, visit the Author Page.


"A clear and reliable narrative of the ancient history of Romania based on a thorough knowledge of the important work done by that country's archaeologists." --Choice

"The general audience and particularly students and teachers of antiquity will welcome this profusely illustrated work on a topic for which there is scant information in the English language." --Archaeological News