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See Kogaionon for the mammal genus from the Upper Cretaceous. Kogaionon was the holy mountain of the Geto-Dacians, the place where Zalmoxis stayed in an underground cave for three years. After his disappearance into Kogaionon, he was considered dead by the Getae but after three years he resurrected and showed himself to the people, who became convinced by his holy preaching when he emerged from Kogaionon. Strabo claims that a river with the same name flowed in the vicinity. One modern translation of Kogaionon is "sacred mountain", which would be connected to a probable Dacian word kaga meaning "sacred", attested in two early 2nd century inscriptions from Tomis.[1] Kogaionon's location is still under debate, but thought to be either in the area around the Dacian capital Sarmizegetusa (there is a 2291m summit there called Gugu and there are speculations that it could be the holy mountain; it may also have been Dealul Grădiştei where the ruins of the sanctuaries of Sarmizegetusa are located)[citation needed] or even the Ceahlău mountain, because every year on 6/7 August the shadow of the mountain forms a pyramid which is thought to have been made by the Dacians.[citation needed] Notes ^ Olteanu Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Dacian and Dacians References Dicţionar de istorie veche a României ("Dictionary of ancient Romanian history") (1976) Editura Ştiinţifică şi Enciclopedică, pp. 363 Olteanu, Sorin. Καγα: an important Dacian word in Tomitian inscriptions. v · d · eDacia topics Dacian tribes: Aedi · Albocense · Anartes · Apuli · Artakioi · Biephi · Biessoi · Buri · Carpi · Cauci · Ciaginsi · Clariae · Costoboci · Cotini · Crobidae · Daci · Getae · Moesi · Osi · Peukini · Piephigi · Potulatense · Predasense · Rhadacense · Saldense · Scaugdae · Sense · Suci · Terizi · Teurisci · Trixae · Tyragetae · Troglodytae Dacian kings: Burebista · Comosicus · Coson · Cotiso · Cothelas · Dapyx · Decebalus · Deceneus · Dicomes · Dromichaetes · Dual · Duras · Moskon · Oroles · Rhemaxos · Rholes · Rubobostes · Scorillo · Zalmodegicus · Zyraxes Culture and civilisation: Art, jewellery, treasures, tools (Bracelets)  · Clothing  · Foreign Relations (Greeks · Celts · Romans · Germanic tribes)  · Warfare (Falx · Sica · Thracian warfare) Language: Belagines · Words of possible Dacian origin · Dacian plant names · Dacian names · Dacian script · Sinaia lead plates · Daco-Thracian · Thracian language · Thraco-Illyrian Religion: Dacian gods (Bendis · Deceneus · Derzelas · Dionysus · Gebeleizis · Kotys · Pleistoros · Sabazios · Semele · Seirenes · Silenus · Zalmoxis) · Dacian Draco · Kogaionon Towns and fortresses: Sarmizegetusa · Argidava · Buridava · Cumidava · Piroboridava · Sucidava · More towns... · Davae · Dacian Fortresses of the Orăştie Mountains · Murus dacicus Wars with the Roman Empire: Domitian's war - (First Battle of Tapae) Trajan's wars - First War (Second Battle of Tapae - Battle of Adamclisi) - Second War (Battle of Sarmisegetusa) Roman Dacia: Dacia Traiana · Moesia · Scythia Minor · Dacia Aureliana · Diocese of Dacia · Dacia Mediterranea · Dacia Ripensis · Trajan (Bridge · Column) · Towns and cities · Castra · Limes (Alutanus · Moesiae · Porolissensis · Sarmatiae · Transalutanus · Trajan's Wall · Brazda lui Novac) · Language (Thraco-Roman · Eastern Romance substratum) Research on Dacia: Books on Dacia · Dacian archaeology · Archaeological sites in Romania · Dacology · Thracology · Protochronism WikiProject • Commons • Dacian fortresses, settlements, Roman castra, limes from Romania: Google Maps  • Google Earth This Dacia-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This Romanian history-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This European history-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This Romanian location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e