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Vlad the Impaler by Angus McBride.

Vlad the Impaler by Angus McBride.

Historical Warrior Illustration Series Part IV | The Lost Treasure Chest

Historical Warrior Illustration Series Part IV

Wayne Reynolds Thanks to Reynolds generosity to his fans over half of these images can be found on his website with many other amazing fantasy works, and as with the rest of the Series as I find m…

Decebal,Dacian king

Decebal,Dacian king

Picturi ale lui Ştefan cel Mare şi Sfânt

Picturi ale lui Ştefan cel Mare şi Sfânt – Ștefan cel Mare și Sfînt

Thracian warrior from tribe Satrae, gr. by Artist Todor Uzunov. . These warriors have lived in an area of what is now southwestern Bulgaria and northern Greece , They carry on their shoulders their signature weapon - a long single edged sword called the “Romphaia”

Thracian warrior from tribe Satrae, gr. by Artist Todor Uzunov. . These warriors have lived in an area of what is now southwestern Bulgaria and northern Greece , They carry on their shoulders their signature weapon - a long single edged sword called the “Romphaia”

Steagul Daciei PNG - Dacia.România Antică Media Online

Samanii si preotii geto-dacilor – Mix de Cultura

Samanii si preotii geto-dacilor – De prin lume adunate

Samanii si preotii geto-dacilor ,conducatorii din umbra ai triburilor

Vlad lll and the tower.

Vlad lll and the tower.

"The origin of the standard is unknown and still a matter of dispute among scholars. A specific and certain origin is still difficult to be determined. Dacian, Thracian, Scythian, Sarmatian[8][9][10] or Parthian origins have been proposed in dedicated historiography.[11] According to Lucreţiu Mihăilescu-Bîrliba by the 2nd century AD, i.e. after the conclusion of the Dacian Wars, the draco symbol was assimilated in the Greco-Roman world with the Dacian ethnos" @Jess Liu zheng.wikipedia.org

Dacian Draco

"The origin of the standard is unknown and still a matter of dispute among scholars. A specific and certain origin is still difficult to be determined. Dacian, Thracian, Scythian, Sarmatian[8][9][10] or Parthian origins have been proposed in dedicated historiography.[11] According to Lucreţiu Mihăilescu-Bîrliba by the 2nd century AD, i.e. after the conclusion of the Dacian Wars, the draco symbol was assimilated in the Greco-Roman world with the Dacian ethnos" @Jess Liu zheng.wikipedia.org

Dacia ne priveste- Decebal- 2017- falx- desaga- floarea vietii

Dacia ne priveste- Decebal- 2017- falx- desaga- floarea vietii

Vlach peasant army

Vlach peasant army