Roman statues of Dacians

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Dacian woman carrying the ancient symbol of her people, the wolf

Dacian woman warrior carrying our ancient symbol,the wolf ,Romanian Festival

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cucuteni trypillian culture Romania oldest civilizations eastern europe

Cucuteni Trypillian culture Romania oldest civilizations Eastern Europe.

Trajans Column,erected by the  emperor following his victory in Rome,wich  tells the story  of the conquest and campaign against the Dacians from  beginning to end.

Trajans Column tells the story of the conquest and campaign against the Dacians from beginning to end.

Dacian Draco on Trajan's Column

Dacian Draco on Trajan's Column. The Dacian Draco was the standard and ensign of troops of the ancient Dacian people. It can be seen in the hands of the soldiers of Decebalus in several scenes depicted on Trajan's Column in Rome, Italy.

Cabeza de un dacio de la época de Trajano (siglo II d.C.) procedente del foro de Trajano. Actualmente en los Museos Vaticanos.

Cabeza de un dacio de la época de Trajano (siglo II d.C.) procedente del foro de Trajano. Actualmente en los Museos Vaticanos.

Trajan Column XVII (25) 62 detail- Decebalus conducting the first battle from his vantage point.   Among the most impressive scenes of the battle is the “Carrying of the injured Dacian youth”. The group around the wounded youth seems to be a product of  Hellenistic pattern books.  Such groups occur often on sarcophagi. The composition is in a pyramid form, with Decebalus being at the top of the pyramid.

Trajan Column XVII 62 detail- Decebalus conducting the first battle from…

Decebalus scene on Column of Trajan. Depicts Dacian commander Decebalus committing suicide by a tree. The Romans admired his death, because he refused to die at the hands of the Romans.

Decebalus scene on Column of Trajan. Depicts Dacian ( Romanian ancestors) commander Decebalus committing suicide by a tree. The Romans admired his death, because he refused to die at the hands of the Romans.


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