All historical sources say that a people were eminently Getae Hyperborean.
Pindar shows Apollo, these high walls of Troy after returning to
his homeland on the Ister (Istron Elaunon) to Hyperboreans (Olymp.
Strabo says in "Geography XI.62" as "first to open
different parts of the world say they lived above the Pont Euxin
Hyperboreans and of Istria."
Clement of Alexandria called the prophet Dacilor Zamolxis, Hyperborean
Apollonius of Rhodes said the "Argonauts II.5 and 675"
as "Hyperboreans are Pelasgians, the inhabitants of northern
Macrobiu speaking regions watered by the Don and the Danube (Ister
et Tanais) as lands Hyperboreans (Comm in Somnium Scipionis II.7).
Pliny the Elder tells us that people who lived their Arimphaei-Rife close
to mountains, descended from people Hyperboreans (His.nat. VI.7). Many
authors speak of lands Hyperboreans mountains while Rife knows the Carpathians
were called in Monthes ancient Riphaei. Also understood by the old Axis
Boreus, Cardines Mundi, chione - Ouranon etc, spiritual pole of the world.
Ovidiu complained after being exiled to Tonis it is compelled to spend
their life under Axis Boreus, left Pontus Euxin (sad IV.41 and 42). In
another letter he says he found just below Cardines Mundi and that speaks
with his friend in the shaft imagination in the country boreal Getae (Ponte
Martial epigram addressed to a soldier who left the expedition Marcelin
Dacia wrote, "Marcelin soldier, you go now to take on your shoulders
sky and stars Hyperborean pole getic.." All Martial called Domitian's
triumph over the Dacians "Hiperboreus Triumfus" (Ep VIII.78)
and in "Ep VIII.50" write "three times passed through the
treacherous horns Istru Sarmatic three times he washed his horse in Getae
snow, always modest, he refused the triumph it deserves ua sin brought
fame to be won than Hyperboreans world. "
Virgil in "George IV, V.5, 17" of Orpheus said: "lonely,
ice scour and Don Hyperboreans plains covered with ice and snow around
the mountain again without Riphei (Carp) until these women trace of contempt
or anger sfasiara it. "
Geographer Ptolemy describes in "Geography III.10" one of the
main cities of Dacia as situated on Hierasus (today Siren) and is called
Piribori-dava, showing a city name Hyperborean.