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One incredible luck for dacian archaeology: in 1965, in Philippi (Greece) was discovered a tombstone of a roman officer. It turned out to be the leader of the unit that was tasked by the emperor Trajan to track down Decebalus, the last of the dacian kings! You can see that, even if he had a long military career (revealed by the inscription), his most important achievement was that from the Dacian Wars, sculpted on the upper part of the stone, a carving similar to that frim the Trajan's…

One incredible luck for dacian archaeology: in 1965, in Philippi (Greece) was discovered a tombstone of a roman officer. It turned out to be the leader of the unit that was tasked by the emperor Trajan to track down Decebalus, the last of the dacian kings! You can see that, even if he had a long military career (revealed by the inscription), his most important achievement was that from the Dacian Wars, sculpted on the upper part of the stone, a carving similar to that frim the Trajan's…

Tetradracma - argento - Abdera, Tracia (475-450 a.C.) - H-PAK grifone ad ali spiegate vs,sn., in basso una cavalletta - Münzkabinett Berlin

MK-B | Abdera ca. 475-450 v. Chr.

Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

Dacian Symbols for Meditation / Spiritual History Lesson | Humans Are Free

Dacian Symbols for Meditation / Spiritual History Lesson | Humans Are Free

The Dacian Draco [draˈko] was the standard ensign of troops of the ancient Eastern European Dacian people, which can be seen in the hands of the soldiers of Decebalus in several scenes depicted on Trajan's Column in Rome, Italy. It has the form of a dragon with open wolf-like jaws containing several metal tongues. The hollow dragon's head was mounted on a pole with a fabric tube affixed at the rear. In use, - Organize in #KlaserApp

The Dacian Draco [draˈko] was the standard ensign of troops of the ancient Eastern European Dacian people, which can be seen in the hands of the soldiers of Decebalus in several scenes depicted on Trajan's Column in Rome, Italy. It has the form of a dragon with open wolf-like jaws containing several metal tongues. The hollow dragon's head was mounted on a pole with a fabric tube affixed at the rear. In use, - Organize in #KlaserApp

Dacian King Decebalus. • When Trajan came to power, he invaded Dacia to weaken its threat to Roman border territory. Decebalus was defeated. He remained in power as a client king, but continued to assert his independence, leading to a final and overwhelming Roman invasion in 105. Trajan reduced the Dacian capital Sarmizegetusa in 106, absorbing Dacia into the Empire. Decebalus committed suicide to avoid capture.

Dacian King Decebalus. • When Trajan came to power, he invaded Dacia to weaken its threat to Roman border territory. Decebalus was defeated. He remained in power as a client king, but continued to assert his independence, leading to a final and overwhelming Roman invasion in 105. Trajan reduced the Dacian capital Sarmizegetusa in 106, absorbing Dacia into the Empire. Decebalus committed suicide to avoid capture.

Andesite Sun, an ancient sundial inside Sarmizegetusa Regia, the former capital of Dacia

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This head of a Dacian prisoner is among the highlights of the Imperial Fora in Rome exhibition at the Italian Academy

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Columbia, News, Press Release, From Feb. 9 through Feb. 28, the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America at Columbia will host an exhibition of 20 recently discovered sculptures and other ancient objects from the Imperial Fora in Rome. These works and fragments will be shown for the first time to the public.