Dacia - (in the region of contemporary Romania) - the main synbols of the ancient cult of the sun - source: http://www.pelasgia.org/index.php?view=article&id=6%3Atraco-geto-dacii&.. http://www.pinterest.com/viziglar/ancient-cucuteni-trypillian-culture/

Dacia - (in the region of contemporary Romania) - the main synbols of the ancient cult of the sun

Owen Bush - Dacian Falx. This is the weapon that caused the Romans to alter their armor when they invaded the Balkans. It was so powerful that it would smash through the Roman shields and slash the Roman soldier's arm. The Romans added overlapping plate armor to the right (shield) arm to protect against this.-DK

This is the weapon that caused the Romans to alter…

The Helmet of Iron Gates (Romania) is a silver helmet dating from the 4th century BC, housed in the Detroit Institute of Arts, USA. Dacian

Thracian ~ The Helmet of Iron Gates (Romania) is a silver helmet dating from the century BC, housed in the Detroit Institute of Arts, USA.

THE TREASURE OF LETNITSA - Thracian treasures - Thracia Tours

The treasure of Letnitsa has been found accidentally in It was covered by a bronze cauldron and at a distance of 7 or 8 m to one side of it a horse's rein was found

The Romans were terrified of the Dacians weapons. Their preferred sword was the single edged falcata: capable of severing limbs with a single blow. Perhaps their most dreaded weapon was the war scythe. The Romans had to adapt gladiator armor to counter it   The Dacian war scythe was known as a falx; the falcata was a Spanish weapon.  Dacian swords were short and doubled-edged, presumably based on the gladius or the xiphos.

Battle scene from the Adamclisi monument. In the foreground a Dacian warrior fight using a double-handed falx against a Roman Auxilia with lorica hamata.

Gebeleizis dacian god - Căutare Google

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Piesă din tezaurul dacic de la Surcea

Piesă din tezaurul dacic de la Surcea

Dacian coins, type Radulesti - Hunedoara : II-I century B.C

Dacian coins, type Radulesti - Hunedoara : II-I century B.

Femei dace torturează prizonierii romani.

Dacian women torturing Roman prisoners,illustration from Traian's Column,Rome,Italy

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