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Title: Apuli  
Author: World Heritage Encyclopedia
Language: English
Subject: List of ancient tribes in Thrace and Dacia, List of Dacian names, Dicomes, Potulatense, Zalmodegicus
Collection: Ancient Tribes in Dacia, Ancient Tribes in the Balkans, Dacia, Dacian Names
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The Apuli or Biefi were a Thracian tribe centered at the Dacian town Apulon (Latin Apulum) near what is now Alba Iulia in Transylvania, Romania.

Apuli has clear resemblance to Apulia, the ancient southeastern Italy region, which is believed to have been settled by Illyrian tribes (also named Apuli or Iapyges).

Linguists use it as an example for the similarities between Illyrian and Daco-Thracian languages.

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