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We also know that he subjugated the Scordiscans, forcing them to enter into an alliance with him and that he extended his domination to the Greek colonial cities along the Black Sea, up to Appolonia (today: Sozopol, Bulgaria). C. Given the political happenings at the time, it was most unlikely that this conquest would have occurred so late. , as were the Bastarnae. After the King's death, the governor of Macedonia, C. C. he is defeated by the Bastarnae in a battle near Histria. It is unlikely that Boirebistas would have abstained from responding to the power vacuum created by the death of Mithridates.

He holds the key to the power-center of the Dacians but does not advance further. Decebal disguises fallen tree-trunks as soldiers to trick and scare the Romans. Tettius Julianus halts the campaign. It is possible that events taking place in Pannonia played a part in the interruption of military action: Domitian decided to move against the Markomanns and the Kvads, angered by their failure to aid him in fighting the Dacians. However, the Markomanns defeat the Roman commander, who had refused Decebal's offer of peace in 89 but is now prepared to halt the fighting and reach a peace agreement with Decebal.

C. Boirebistas had to have been in power. The following year a group of Boi-s flees to the Helvetians. These Boii, as well as Taurisci from the region of the Upper Tisza (but not from Noricium) fought Boirebistas under the leadership of Kritasiros. They were defeated. C. This was the only one of the battles or campaigns waged by Boirebistas, for which we have a date. But we do know that they were fought within a short time-span, "barely a few years". We also know that he subjugated the Scordiscans, forcing them to enter into an alliance with him and that he extended his domination to the Greek colonial cities along the Black Sea, up to Appolonia (today: Sozopol, Bulgaria).

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