The Roman Camp from Pietroasele is located in Pietroasele village from Buzau county. It is a historical monument that was not dated with certainty. Specialists believe it was built by the Emperor Constantin the Great in 332. The Castrum was occupied by the Roman Legion No. XI Claudia, brought from Durostorum (an area that today is close to Ostrov, Constanta county).
The Roman Castrum from Pietroasele, discovered in the `90s, is an important archaeological and historic site. Archaeologists found a necropolis, coins dated during the reign of the emperor Constantin the IInd and other objects which formed the famous Pietroasa Culture.
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