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Art Girona - 54 mm - Decebalus ‘The Brave’. King of Dacia, 87-106 a.C. Sculpted by Adriano Laruccia - 54mm -

Art Girona - 54 mm - Decebalus ‘The Brave’. King of Dacia, 87-106 a.C. Sculpted by Adriano Laruccia - 54mm -

The Visigoths preparing the charge at the Battle of the Catalaunian Fields AD 451. Rome's last great battle

The Visigoths preparing the charge at the Battle of the Catalaunian Fields AD 451. Rome's last great battle

Dacian warrior leader

Dacian warrior leader

Roman legions battling Dacian warriors

Roman legions battling Dacian warriors

The most important weapon of the Dacian arsenal was the falx. This dreaded weapon, similar to a large sickle, came in two variants: a shorter, one-handed falx called a sica, and a longer two-handed version. The shorter falx was called sica (sickle) in the Dacian language. - en.wikipedia.org

The most important weapon of the Dacian arsenal was the falx. This dreaded weapon, similar to a large sickle, came in two variants: a shorter, one-handed falx called a sica, and a longer two-handed version. The shorter falx was called sica (sickle) in the Dacian language. - en.wikipedia.org

Romans battle against Dacians, by Angel Garcia Pinto.

Romans battle against Dacians, by Angel Garcia Pinto.

A Roman centurion presents his trophies to his superiors during a battle in the first Dacian war, Trajanic period, 101-102 A.D. - art by Giuseppe Rava

A Roman centurion presents his trophies to his superiors during a battle in the first Dacian war, Trajanic period, 101-102 A.D. - art by Giuseppe Rava

My skintones by Lily-Fu

My skintones by Lily-Fu

"Tropas romanas en la Guerra Dacia, s. II dC", Angel García Pinto

"Tropas romanas en la Guerra Dacia, s. II dC", Angel García Pinto

Daci, citind urmele romanilor

Daci, citind urmele romanilor