Dacian Gold helmet from Cucuteni, Dacia, 500-400 BC, 70 pieces of gold weighting 2.063 kg. National Museum of Romanian History, Bucharest, Romania http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_hoards_in_Romania

Getae-Dacian gold and silver – ancient history

Dacian Gold helmet from Cucuteni, Dacia, BC. 70 pieces of gold weighing kg. National Museum of Romanian History, Bucharest, Romania

Votive plaque for cult of the Danubian rider Roman, Early Imperial Period. The cult of the Dacian, or Danubian, Riders began to spread among Roman soldiers soon after 106 CE, when Dacia was conquered by Trajan and made a province of the Roman Empire. Traces of the cult have been found as far away as the Roman provinces of Gaul and Britain.

Votive plaque for cult of the Danubian rider Roman Early Imperial Period century A.

Клад из Перету - Peretu или Coiful de la Peretu (V вв н. э.). На "дакийском" шлеме изображен готский орёл. Peretu treasure_treasure Peretu (V th century), Dacian helmet with the Gothic eagles_historymoldavia_blogspot_com

Клад из Перету - Peretu или Coiful de la Peretu (V вв н. э.). На "дакийском" шлеме изображен готский орёл. Peretu treasure_treasure Peretu (V th century), Dacian helmet with the Gothic eagles_historymoldavia_blogspot_com

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Dacian cavalry and infantry

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Dacian helmet design was influenced heavily from the East. The more wealthy soldiers often wore Phrygian style helmets

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“Looking up at a colourful Trajan's Column c.

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Даки – Уикипедия

Даки – Уикипедия

Dacians - Wikipedia

Roman soldiers defend a fort from a Dacian attack. Detail from Trajan's Column. Photo uploaded by Terraflorin in 2010 (Wikimedia)

Herodotus world map-en - Dacians - Wikipedia

Reconstruction of the Oikoumene (inhabited world), an ancient map based on Herodotus' description of the world, circa 450 BC.

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Dacian Draco on Trajan's Column. The Dacian Draco was the standard and ensign of troops of the ancient Dacian people. It can be seen in the hands of the soldiers of Decebalus in several scenes depicted on Trajan's Column in Rome, Italy.

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