Dacians

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Illustrations of Dacia, Thracia Phrygia Image Salvage) - Forum - DakkaDakka Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Military Art, Military History, Iron Age, Tribal Warrior, Hellenistic Period, Roman Era

Dacian warrior. Illustration for a article from Histoire&Guerre. Inspirational attitude by Marius Barbu...

 The Dacian warrior on the left uses the fearsome falx, a scythe-like weapon. The Roman on the right has the extended arm protection created especially to deal with the Dacians and their falx blades. Military Art, Military History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Legion, Celtic Warriors, Roman Soldiers, Roman History, Picts

Romans battling Dacian warriors. The Dacian warrior on the left uses the fearsome falx, a scythe-like weapon. The Roman on the right has the extended arm protection created especially to deal with the Dacians and their falx blades.

ENDA - Arme şi piese de harnaşament descoperite la Bulbuc Sword Tattoo, Ancient Greece, Swords, Archaeology, Metal Working, Mythology, Celtic, Weapons, Old Things

Arme şi piese de harnaşament descoperite la Bulbuc

ENDA - Arme şi piese de harnaşament descoperite la Bulbuc

Roman cavalry troops slaughtering a Dacian's Warrior Family… Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Poster Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, France, Fall Of Constantinople, Empire Romain, Man Of War

Peter Connolly

Peter Connolly was an author, an illustrator, an historian and an experimental archaeologist. He was most widely known for meticulously researched, full-colour popular history books which were

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Army List, Roman Legion, Roman Soldiers, Medieval Armor, Roman Empire, Enemies, Warfare

La Pintura y la Guerra - Página 962

Un lugar para publicar y analizar los cuadros de las grandes batallas de la humanidad, desde la antigua Grecia hasta la invencion del cine a sido el unico mo…

Fig. 9 - Pumnale sica Corcova cu decoraţii (apud Sîrbu et alii 1999), 2. Bulbuc (apud Borangic 2014). Semper Fidelis, First Humans, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Romania, Mythology, Knives, Celtic, Weapons

Fig. 9 - Pumnale sica Corcova cu decoraţii (apud Sîrbu et alii 1999), 2. Bulbuc (apud Borangic 2014).

Dakische Bogenschützen bei dem Angriff auf eine Festung in Moesien. Quelle: Ritchie Pogorzelski „Die Traianssäule in Rom – Dokumentation eines Krieges in Farbe“, S53 Trajan's Column, Roman Legion, Celtic Warriors, Ancient Buildings, First Humans, Ancient History, Statues, Rome, Weapons

Dakische Bogenschützen bei dem Angriff auf eine Festung in Moesien. Quelle: Ritchie Pogorzelski „Die Traianssäule in Rom – Dokumentation eines Krieges in Farbe“, S53

Dacia străbună, a lui Zamolxis și a noastră Tribal Images, Classical Antiquity, 2017 Images, First Humans, Dark Ages, Present Day, Roman Empire, Ancient History, Middle Ages

The Dacians were an Indo-European people, very close or part of the Thracians, and were the ancient inhabitants of Dacia (located in the area in and around the Carpathian Mountains - present day Romania). They spoke the Dacian language, believed to have been closely related to Thracian. The Dacians were defeated by the Romans in 105, and part of the Roman Empire for 350 years. After this their is much dispute, but it seems that some Dacians went to Rome, and that some stayed in Dacia.

Dakische Reiter auf der Flucht, abgebildet auf der Traianssäule. Quelle: Ritchie Pogorzelski „Die Traianssäule in Rom – Dokumentation eines Krieges in Farbe“ Trajan's Column, Roman Legion, Celtic Warriors, Ancient Buildings, First Humans, Medieval Clothing, Ancient History, Rome, Old Things

Dakische Reiter auf der Flucht, abgebildet auf der Traianssäule. Quelle: Ritchie Pogorzelski „Die Traianssäule in Rom – Dokumentation eines Krieges in Farbe“

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