Michael the Brave was the Prince of Wallachia (1593–1601), of Transylvania (1599–1600), and of Moldavia (1600). He united the three principalities note 1 under a single rule for a short period of time. During his reign, which coincided with the Long War , these three principalities forming the territory of present-day Romania and the Republic of Moldova were ruled for the first time by a single Romanian leader, although the union lasted for less than six months. He is regarded as one of…

Michael the Brave was the Prince of Wallachia (1593–1601), of Transylvania (1599–1600), and of Moldavia (1600). He united the three principalities note 1 under a single rule for a short period of time. During his reign, which coincided with the Long War , these three principalities forming the territory of present-day Romania and the Republic of Moldova were ruled for the first time by a single Romanian leader, although the union lasted for less than six months. He is regarded as one of…

Dacian, Arch of Constantine (Rome)

Dacian, Arch of Constantine (Rome)

Decebal,Dacian king and Zamolxe. More reasons to visit Romania here: https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldVisitRomania

Decebal,Dacian king and Zamolxe. More reasons to visit Romania here: https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldVisitRomania

A Polish noble man in the dress from the 17th century. “The clothing of the nobility is considered to be Polish national costume, although it was modeled on Tatars and Turks’ outfits”

A Polish noble man in the dress from the 17th century. “The clothing of the nobility is considered to be Polish national costume, although it was modeled on Tatars and Turks’ outfits”

RĂDĂCINILE ÎNCEP SĂ IASĂ LA LUMINĂ! Descoperirile din șantierul arheologic de la Iedera

RĂDĂCINILE ÎNCEP SĂ IASĂ LA LUMINĂ! Descoperirile din șantierul arheologic de la Iedera

| Stefan cel Mare in front of the Palace of Culture, Iasi -Romania | Stefan cel…

| Stefan cel Mare in front of the Palace of Culture, Iasi -Romania | Stefan cel…

portrait of Avram Iancu (revolutionary) - by Barbu Iscovescu (1816-1854, Jewish-Romanian revolutionary)

portrait of Avram Iancu (revolutionary) - by Barbu Iscovescu (1816-1854, Jewish-Romanian revolutionary)

For the remainder of Domitian's reign Dacia remained a relatively peaceful client kingdom, but Decebalus used the Roman money to fortify his defences. Domitian probably wanted a new war against Dacians, and reinforced Upper Moesia with two more cavalry units brought from Syria and with at least five cohorts brought from Pannonia. Trajan continued Domitian's policy and added two more units to the auxiliary forces of Upper Moesia, and then he used the buildup of troops for his Dacian wars.

For the remainder of Domitian's reign Dacia remained a relatively peaceful client kingdom, but Decebalus used the Roman money to fortify his defences. Domitian probably wanted a new war against Dacians, and reinforced Upper Moesia with two more cavalry units brought from Syria and with at least five cohorts brought from Pannonia. Trajan continued Domitian's policy and added two more units to the auxiliary forces of Upper Moesia, and then he used the buildup of troops for his Dacian wars.

The Battle Flag of the Dacians (Romanian ancesters)

The Battle Flag of the Dacians (Romanian ancesters)

Europa şi pericolul dac. Furtul istoriei noastre | Trezirea la Realitate

Europa şi pericolul dac. Furtul istoriei noastre | Trezirea la Realitate

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