Bunson, Matthew. Encyclopedia of the Roman Empire. New York: Library of Congress, 1994.
This entry details the basic history of Moesia from first mention of the country of Moesi to the cities held until the sixth or seventh centuries.
Cambridge Ancient History. Volume 10, The Augustan Empire 43 BC - AD 69. Second Edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Economic and social life tidbits with military conquests and wars interspersed.
Duncan, Marcel. Larousse Encyclopedia of Ancient and Medieval History. New York and Evanston: Harper and Row, 1963.
Details different tribes living in the region along with the conflicts the native Moesi had with the Dacians, the Romans, the Germans, and the Goths.
Evans, Harry B. Publica Carmina: Ovid's Books From Exile. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1983.
Ovid's letters from exile and the explanations that correspond.
Grant, Michael, ed. A Guide to the Ancient World. Np: The H. W. Wilson Co., 1986.
These articles detail a basic history about Moesia and some of the cities that were contained in Moesia.
Hammond N. G. L., and H. H. Scullard, eds. Oxford Classical Dictionary. Second edition. S.v. "Moesia," by Max Cary and John Joseph Wilkes. London: Oxford University Press, 1970.
This entry details the basic history of Moesia from first mention of the country of Moesi to the cities held until the sixth or seventh century, along with the natural resources.
MacKendrick, Paul Lachlan. The Dacian Stones Speak. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1975.
Deals with basic history of Moesia intertwined with Dacian history.
Moscy, Andras. Pannonia and Upper Moesia: A History of the Middle Danube Provinces of the Roman Empire. London and Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1974.
Detailed history of Moesia from the establishment of the province to the release from Roman rule.
"'Romanized' Shepherd-Societies of the Balkans in the Stormy Centuries of the Medieval Migration." Available from http://web.ucs.ubc.ca/szeitz/books/harasztil/iii.html; Internet; accessed 22 September 1996.
This article gives insight as to who settled in the province of Moesia towards the end of Roman rule.
Stillwell, Richard, W. L. MacDonald, and M. H. McAllister, eds. Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1976.
Tomis, Abrittus, Novae, and Viminacium were cities in Moesia that were major cities or important military locations, with archaeological information to support.
Stout, Selatie Edgar. The Governors of Moesia. Princeton: The Falcon Press, 1911.
This thesis covers all governors of Moesia from beginning to end.
"The Tragic Defeat and Exterminiation of the Dak People." Available from http://web.ucs.ubc.ca/szeitz/books/harasztil/ii.html; Internet; accessed 22 September 1996.
This article covers mostly Dacian history although it discusses, to some degree, the amount of Romanization that took place.
Weltin, E. G. ass. ed. Great Events From History, Ancient and Medieval Series, volume 2, AD 1-950. Englewood Cliffs: Salem Press, Inc., 1972.
The establishment of the Rhine-Danube Frontier including the use of Moesia and the battles fought.
Zyromski, Marek. "Specialization in the Roman Provinces of Moesia in the Time of the Principate." Anthenaeum 49 (1991): 59-102.
This article covers the enitre govermental structure of Moesia.
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