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…

Tombstone of the Roman officer Tiberius Claudius Maximus who defeated Decebalus the last Dacian king. The stele was found at Philippi, in Greece where the officer ended his life

Detail from the Nat Geo infographic Building Trajan's Column by Fernando G. Baptista

Nat Geo infographic Building Trajan's Column by Fernando G. Completed in AD the freestanding column is most famous for its spiral bas relief, which artistically describes the epic wars between the Romans and Dacians and CE).

Descoperire senzațională într-unul din misterioasele discuri uriașe de la Seimeni: un inel din bronz care conține simboluri prezente și în cultura Turdaș Vincha!!!

Descoperire senzațională într-unul din misterioasele discuri uriașe de la Seimeni: un inel din bronz care conține simboluri prezente și în cultura Turdaș Vincha!!!

Art Girona - 54 mm - Decebalus ‘The Brave’. King of Dacia, 87-106 a.C. Sculpted by Adriano Laruccia - 54mm -

Art Girona - 54 mm - Decebalus ‘The Brave’. King of Dacia, a. Sculpted by Adriano Laruccia - -

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