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Revision as of 12:26, 16 January 2020

Tasauli Civilisation
Tasauli coins from c. 400 BCE
Tasauli coins from c. 400 BCE
Map of the theorised maximum extent of Tasauli civilization c. 300 BCE
Map of the theorised maximum extent of Tasauli civilization c. 300 BCE
StatusIndependent city-states
Common languagesTasauli language
Religion
Polytheism
Demonym(s)Tasauli
GovernmentMonarchy
History
• Founding of the first Tasauli settlements
c. 1900 BCE
• Fall of the last Tasauli settlements
c. 70 CE
Today part of Great Vâlcea

The Tasauli Civilisation, also known as Old Tasaulia, was a Bronze Age to early Iron Age civilisation, lasting from 1900 BCE to 70 CE. Along with ancient Istroya, it was one of the early civilisations on the continent of Sarpedon. It was far less widespread than Istroya, however. Its sites spanned an area stretching from the Bâlean Peninsula to the south-western coast of the Tasaul Bay - the bay being where the civilisation gets its name.