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…

Ancient coin, depicting a Dacian soldier

Ancient coin, depicting a Dacian soldier

Reconstructed Dacian armor, Colosseum museum, Rome

Reconstructed Dacian armor, Colosseum museum, Rome

Pietroasele Treasure, Romania Dacian culture

Pietroasele Treasure, Romania Dacian culture

The Reliefs of Trajans Column Dacian armours

The Reliefs of Trajans Column Dacian armours

Dacian gold  Museum N.de Bucharest- Romania

Dacian gold Museum N.de Bucharest- Romania

Sincraieni dacian silver cup with gold romania argintul dacilor getilor batut aur 100 BC

Sincraieni dacian silver cup with gold romania argintul dacilor getilor batut aur 100 BC

Dacian prisoner from Vatican Museum

Dacian prisoner from Vatican Museum

The Dacian bracelets are bracelets associated with the ancient peoples known as the Dacians, a distinct branch of the Thracians. These bracelets were used as ornaments, currency, high rank insignia and votive offerings. Their ornamentations consist of many elaborate regionally distinct styles.

The Dacian bracelets are bracelets associated with the ancient peoples known as the Dacians, a distinct branch of the Thracians. These bracelets were used as ornaments, currency, high rank insignia and votive offerings. Their ornamentations consist of many elaborate regionally distinct styles.

DECEBALUS - the last king of Dacia (ruled 87-106 AD), famous for fighting 3 wars against the Roman Empire. Since the mid 19th Century, DECEBALUS has been portrayed as a national hero in Romania.

DECEBALUS - the last king of Dacia (ruled 87-106 AD), famous for fighting 3 wars against the Roman Empire. Since the mid 19th Century, DECEBALUS has been portrayed as a national hero in Romania.

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