(“Ad Stoma”) Dobrudja, Romania.
On the N side of Lake Razelm an indigenous settlement (6th-4th c. B.C.). It developed under the influence
of Histria, being perhaps on its territory. The excavations
have revealed dwellings and pottery fragments which
clarify the role of Greek influence in the formation of
the Thracian-Getic civilization. Nearby were found many
ruins of stone buildings, coins from the 2d c. B.C., and
inscriptions. The settlement has been identified tentatively
with Ad Stoma (Tab. Peut
C. Moisil, “Cetăţi romane la Dunărea de Jos,” Buletinul Comisiunii Monumentelor Istorice
2 (1909) 91.