bisaltae (foaf:Organization)

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Бисалти (bg), Bisaltes (ca), Bisalter (de), Βισάλτες (el), Bisaltae (en), Bizáltios (pt), Bisalti (ro), Бисальты (ru)
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The Bisaltae (Greek: Βισάλται) were a Thracian people on the lower Strymon river, who gave their name to Bisaltia, the district between Amphipolis and Heraclea Sintica (the modern village of Rupite, Bulgaria) on the east and Crestonice on the west. They also made their way into the peninsulas of Acte and Pallene in the south, beyond the river Nestus in the east, and are even said to have raided Cardia. (en)
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http://nomisma.org/id/greek_numismatics
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skos:changeNote
http://nomisma.org/id/bisaltae#provenance
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http://dbpedia.org/resource/Bisaltae
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https://www.freebase.com/m/025m2d
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https://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q3567133
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http://nomisma.org/id/
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This concept was previously designated as a mint corresponding to the region of Bisaltia in Macedonia. The mint of the Bisaltae may be Berge, but otherwise it is likely located in an uncertain village in the Bisaltian District of Macedonia. (en)

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