Female figurine with jewelry and costume. From Ludus, Serbia, Dubovac Culture. Terracotta (15th BCE)

source : female idol with jewelry and costume from ludus, serbia, dubovac culture terracotta height 20 cm _ collection art statuette figurine antique poterie ciselée serbe

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

Stefan Cel Mare si Sfant ( 2 Iulie ) / Prince Stephen The Great

Prince Stephen III The Great (c Jul 1504 age Romania by Unknown Artist, father of Princess Elena (Olena-Ilincu) Stepanovna Jan Romania (wife of Grand Prince Ivan The Young Ivanovich Rurik (Ioann Ioannovich-Ivan Molodoy) Feb Mar Russia).

Matei Campan - Falx used mostly to carve through enemy infantry , this two handed weapon is easily capable of punching through shields or removing limbs with alarming ease. used in a pulling fashion.

Matei Campan - Falx used mostly to carve through enemy infantry , this two handed weapon is easily capable of punching through shields or removing limbs with alarming ease. used in a pulling fashion.

Roman statues of Dacians

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Mircea Cel Batran "Mircea The Elder", 1388 - 1418, prince "voievod" of the medieval Southern part of Romania

Mircea Cel Batran "Mircea The Elder", 1388 - prince "voievod" of the medieval Southern part of Romania

- Los antiguos guerreros de Rumania ./tcc/

Thracian nobleman, top from right. Has lots of Greek lookng armour with the…

The Helmet of Agighiol (Tulcea County) is a Geto-Dacian silver helmet dating from the 5th century BC, housed in the National Museum of Romanian History, Bucharest.

The Helmet of Agighiol (Tulcea County) is a Geto-Dacian silver helmet dating from the century BC, housed in the National Museum of Romanian History, Bucharest.

Dacia 82 BC - Dacia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In ancient geography, especially in Roman sources, Dacia (/ˈdeɪʃiə, -ʃə/) was the land inhabited by the Dacians. The Greeks referred to them as the Getae, which were specifically a branch of the Thracians north of the Haemus Mons (the Balkan Mountains).

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