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love the crown. Queen Marie of Romania deliberately chose a style of crown which recalled the glory days of the Middle Ages. This was her coronation crown. Royal Crowns, Tiaras And Crowns, Kings & Queens, Real Queens, Tilda Swinton, Royal Jewelry, Jewellery, Headpiece Jewelry, Crown Jewels

Marie, Queen of Romania. Eldest daughter of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia. Her father was the second-eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Her mother was the only surviving daughter of Alexander II of Russia and Maria Alexandrovna of Hesse.

Dacian Gold Bracelet C. Royal Tomb in Cucuteni ancient Romania. - Dacian Gold Bracelet C. Royal Tomb in Cucuteni ancient Romania. Dacians, an individualize - Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Gold Jewelry, Jewelery, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, European Tribes, Objets Antiques, Crystals

Dacian Gold Bracelet 4th C. BCE. Royal Tomb in Cucuteni ancient Romania. Dacians, an individualized branch of the Thracians known for huge supplies of gold and creation of spiral gold bracelets terminating with animal heads usually snakes - which were used as ornaments, currency, high rank insignia and votive offerings. National History Museum Romania

Dacian Draco - Draco probably continued in use in Sub-Roman and Anglo-Saxon… Liberia Africa, Trajan's Column, Bayeux Tapestry, History Page, Anglo Saxon, Fantasy Rpg, Dark Ages, Draco, Ancient History

"The origin of the standard is unknown and still a matter of dispute among scholars. A specific and certain origin is still difficult to be determined. Dacian, Thracian, Scythian, Sarmatian[8][9][10] or Parthian origins have been proposed in dedicated historiography.[11] According to Lucreţiu Mihăilescu-Bîrliba by the 2nd century AD, i.e. after the conclusion of the Dacian Wars, the draco symbol was assimilated in the Greco-Roman world with the Dacian ethnos" wikipedia.org

'The Thinker' of Hamangia: A Modern Statue of the Neolithic Natural Stills, Clay Figurine, Ancient Art, Archaeology, Art History, Sculptures, Wikimedia Commons, Romanian Flag, Prehistoric Period

The Danubian Culture

The Danubian Culture (Old Europe) - Romanian History and Culture/ 'Thinker' from Hamangia- The two clay statuettes were found in 1956 in Cernavoda, Romania, in a tomb near the Danube. They come from the Hamangia culture, an early farming society emerging in the sixth millenium B.C. They were found among other similar, but headless figurines. There seems to be no agreement on the age of the artifacts, sources dating them anywhere from 2500 B.C. to 6000 B.C.

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