Silver rhyton from Poroina, Romania. End of the 4th century BCE. Thracian

Silver rhyton from Poroina, Romania. End of the 4th century BCE. Thracian

The Helmet of Iron Gates (Romania) is a silver helmet dating from the 4th century BC, housed in the Detroit Institute of Arts, USA. Dacian

The Helmet of Iron Gates (Romania) is a silver helmet dating from the 4th century BC, housed in the Detroit Institute of Arts, USA. Dacian

Dacian gold helmet

Dacian gold helmet

Decebalus (ruled 87-106) was the last king of Dacia. He is famous for fighting three wars, with varying success, against the Roman Empire under two emperors. After raiding across the Danube, he defeated a Roman invasion in the reign of Domitian, securing a period of independence during which Decebalus consolidated his power.

Decebalus (ruled 87-106) was the last king of Dacia. He is famous for fighting three wars, with varying success, against the Roman Empire under two emperors. After raiding across the Danube, he defeated a Roman invasion in the reign of Domitian, securing a period of independence during which Decebalus consolidated his power.

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

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

Statuia unui DAC – cea mai mare statuie din galeria Chiaramonti a Vaticanului

Statuia unui DAC – cea mai mare statuie din galeria Chiaramonti a Vaticanului

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.[1][2][3] The hollow dragon's head was mounted on a pole with a fabric tube affixed at the rear. In use, the draco was held up into the wind, or above the head of a horseman, where…

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.[1][2][3] The hollow dragon's head was mounted on a pole with a fabric tube affixed at the rear. In use, the draco was held up into the wind, or above the head of a horseman, where…

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 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 Symbols for Meditation / Spiritual History Lesson | Humans Are Free

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

Dacian man

Dacian man

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