A story never told

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C__Data_Users_DefApps_AppData_INTERNETEXPLORER_Temp_Saved Images_12314302_937362329644833_6570287672761101280_oThe peoples of Ancient Europe

1. Sumerian researcher A. Kisifim: “The ancestors of Rumanians had a powerful influence upon the whole ancient world, respectively upon old Ellada, old Egypt, Sumer and even China.”

2. Pythagoras (580 B.C. – 495 B.C.), Law 1143: “Travel to the Getes, not to give them laws, but to learn from them. There the fields are boundless, all lands are common.”

3. Homer about the Getes: “Out of all the peoples, they are the wisest.”

4. Plato (427 B.C. – 347 B.C.), student of Socrates and professor to Aristotle, in the dialogue CARMIDES reveals a discussion between Socrates and Carmides, where the professor explains to Carmides what he had learned from a ‘Thracian’ doctor when he was in the army: “Zamolxis, our king, which is a god, tells us that the same we ought not try to take care of our eyes, without acknowledging the head…

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  1. Tristan Says:

    http://www.archive.org/stream/chroniclekinghe00humegoog#page/n82/mode/2up
    http://www.archive.org/stream/chroniclekinghe00humegoog#page/n208/mode/2up

    This is „The Spanish Chronicles (25 – p. 179)”, but I could not find the fragment “The Daco-Getes are considered to be the founders of the Spaniards.”
    It seems that many of the fragments in this list are wrong or can’t be found anywhere.

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