Care erau, de fapt, granițele nord-dunărene ale Imperiului Roman?


The current opinion about the borders of the Roman Empire at the north of the Danube is that the western boundary of the province of Dacia crossed the Western Carpathians on a route that was very close to the most important gold mines in the whole European part of the empire. However, this interpretation does not explain how the province of Dacia was guarded and administered and ignores the fact that there was a Roman limes to the west of this alignment.