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Limes Transalutanus is the modern name given to a fortified frontier system of the Roman Empire, built on the western edge of Teleorman's forests in the Roman province of Dacia, modern-day Romania. The frontier was composed of a road following the border, a military stronghold, a three-metre vallum 10–12 metres wide, reinforced with wood palisades on stone walls, and also a ditch. The Transalutanus limes was 235 km long, parallel to Olt river at a distance varying from 5 to 30 km east of the river. The construction was started in 107 under the command of Marcius Turbo, and developed under Iulius Severus (120–126); the final stage of the construction was performed under Septimius Severus (193–211 d.C.).

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  • Der Limes Transalutanus war eine befestigte Grenzlinie des römischen Reichs in der Provinz Dakien im heutigen Rumänien.
  • Limes Transalutanus is the modern name given to a fortified frontier system of the Roman Empire, built on the western edge of Teleorman's forests in the Roman province of Dacia, modern-day Romania. The frontier was composed of a road following the border, a military stronghold, a three-metre vallum 10–12 metres wide, reinforced with wood palisades on stone walls, and also a ditch. The Transalutanus limes was 235 km long, parallel to Olt river at a distance varying from 5 to 30 km east of the river. The construction was started in 107 under the command of Marcius Turbo, and developed under Iulius Severus (120–126); the final stage of the construction was performed under Septimius Severus (193–211 d.C.).
  • Limes Transalutanus era uma fronteira fortificada parte do sistema de limes do Império Romano, construída na borda oeste das florestas de Teleorman, na província romana da Dácia, na moderna Romênia. A fronteira era composta por uma estrada ao longo da fronteira, fortalezas, um valo com 10 a 12 metros de largura reforçado por uma paliçada de madeira acima das muralhas de pedra, além de um fosso. A Limes Translutanus tinha 235 quilômetros de comprimento e corria paralelo ao curso do rio Olt a uma distância variando de 5 a 30 quilômetros. A construção começou em 107, sob a liderança de , e continuou sob Júlio Severo (120–126); o estágio final da construção foi realizado na época de Sétimo Severo (r. 193–211).
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  • Der Limes Transalutanus war eine befestigte Grenzlinie des römischen Reichs in der Provinz Dakien im heutigen Rumänien.
  • Limes Transalutanus is the modern name given to a fortified frontier system of the Roman Empire, built on the western edge of Teleorman's forests in the Roman province of Dacia, modern-day Romania. The frontier was composed of a road following the border, a military stronghold, a three-metre vallum 10–12 metres wide, reinforced with wood palisades on stone walls, and also a ditch. The Transalutanus limes was 235 km long, parallel to Olt river at a distance varying from 5 to 30 km east of the river. The construction was started in 107 under the command of Marcius Turbo, and developed under Iulius Severus (120–126); the final stage of the construction was performed under Septimius Severus (193–211 d.C.). Between 244–247, under Philip the Arab, after the Carpian and Getae (or Goths, confusion due to Jordanes) attacks, the Roman Imperial army abandoned the limes for some time. They returned to the limes, but closed the road to the Rucăr-Bran pass, the same starting from the modern village of Băiculeşti. Later, another limes was built in the area, known as Brazda lui Novac. Today the vallum is used by the Romanian railroad Curtea de Argeş-Piteşti-Roşiori de Vede-Turnu Măgurele.
  • Limes Transalutanus era uma fronteira fortificada parte do sistema de limes do Império Romano, construída na borda oeste das florestas de Teleorman, na província romana da Dácia, na moderna Romênia. A fronteira era composta por uma estrada ao longo da fronteira, fortalezas, um valo com 10 a 12 metros de largura reforçado por uma paliçada de madeira acima das muralhas de pedra, além de um fosso. A Limes Translutanus tinha 235 quilômetros de comprimento e corria paralelo ao curso do rio Olt a uma distância variando de 5 a 30 quilômetros. A construção começou em 107, sob a liderança de , e continuou sob Júlio Severo (120–126); o estágio final da construção foi realizado na época de Sétimo Severo (r. 193–211). Entre 244 e 247, na época de Filipe, o Árabe, depois dos araques dos carpos e getas (ou godos, uma confusão de Jordanes), o exército imperial romano abandonou a fronteira por algum tempo. O retorno aconteceu apenas depois que a estrada que levava ao passo de Rucăr-Bran, que parte da moderna vila de , foi fechada. Posteriormente, outro limes foi construído na área, conhecido como "Muralha de Constantino" (Brazda lui Novac). Atualmente, o valo é utilizado pelas que no trecho Curtea de Argeş-Piteşti-Roşiori de Vede-Turnu Măgurele.
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