Thracian Silver and gold calf head rhyton from Poroina, Romania, with images of seated woman using the exact vessel. late 4th C. BCE.

Gilded Silver rhyton from Poroina, Romania. End of the century BCE. Shaped like a bull head, with missing insets for eyes, ears, and horns. Decorated with figures holding rhytons.

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. The hollow dragon's head was mounted on a pole with a fabric tube affixed at the rear. In use, - Organize in #KlaserApp

The Dacian Draco [draˈko] was the standard ensign of troops of the ancient…

Hamangia: late Neolithic culture | Ganditorul: The Thinker | terracotta | lower Danube region, near Cernavoda, Romania | c. 5,000 BCE: late Stone Age | unearthed in 1956 | believed to be the oldest known sculpture illustrating human introspection

The "sitting woman" and the "thinker" of Hamangia. National History and Archaeology Museum, Constanta, Romania. The Hamangia culture began around BC and lasted until around BC

Dacian Helmets from the base of the Trajans column. Drawing made after the sketches made by late-Renaissance Italian artist, Giovanni Batista Piranesi.

Dacian Helmets from the base of the Trajans column. Drawing made after the sketches made by late-Renaissance Italian artist, Giovanni Batista Piranesi.

Trajan's Column Trajan's Dacian Wars (101-106 AD)   #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Trajans Column tells the story of the conquest and campaign against the Dacians from beginning to end.

Embossed gold helmet from Poiana Prahova, Romania, Geto-Dacian Civilization, 5th Century BC. Bucharest, Muzeul National De Istorie Al Romaniei (Archaeological And Art Museum)

Embossed gold helmet from Poiana Prahova, Romania, Geto-Dacian Civilization, Century BC. Bucharest, Muzeul National De Istorie Al Romaniei (Archaeological And Art Museum)

Burebista. Territories located north of the Danube were inhabited by Dacians, who are considered to have belonged to the Getae tribes, mentioned by Herodotus, that were a branch of Thracian people. The Dacian kingdom reached its peak between 82 and 44 BC during the reign of Burebista.

Burebista. Territories located north of the Danube were inhabited by Dacians, who are considered to have belonged to the Getae tribes, mentioned by Herodotus, that were a branch of Thracian people. The Dacian kingdom reached its peak between 82 and 44 BC during the reign of Burebista.

Se ZGUDUIE istoria românilor! Teoria care schimbă RADICAL tot ce ştiam până acum, venită direct de la VATICAN

Se ZGUDUIE istoria românilor! Teoria care schimbă RADICAL tot ce ştiam până acum, venită direct de la VATICAN

Marie on her wedding day.

Princess Marie of Edinburgh on her wedding day, January 1893 [in Portraits of Royal Children

Istoria oficială a României este răsturnată! DESCOPERIRI BULVERSANTE! Trimite mai departe!…

Same symbol from Tartaria tablets, Romania ( writing that pre-dates Sumer by 2000 years) amazingly preserved in the Romanian folklore. middle and right: mural decoration in today rural areas.

The Column shows us the Dacian women in different moments: they appear as thin,  determined, proud and harsh women, with graceful features, oval faces, wide foreheads, expressive eyes, straight noses, beautiful lips, long hair parted in the middle of the head covering their temples, leaving the years uncovered and tied up in a loop on their nape, all covered with a kerchief. If after 2 millenniums their grace has not faded nor is it too hard to imagine how beautiful they were in the real…

Obştea sătească: o moştenire de la geto-daci - Vatra Daciei

marea enciclopedie a geto dacilor: AURUL DACILOR,INTRE MIT SI REALITATE, INTRE IMBOGATIRE SI BLESTEM

marea enciclopedie a geto dacilor: AURUL DACILOR,INTRE MIT SI REALITATE, INTRE IMBOGATIRE SI BLESTEM

Ancient Coinage of Dacia, Koson (c.42 B.C.), gold stater Oro Or #452

Ancient Coinage of Dacia, Koson (c.42 B.C.), gold stater Oro Or #452

Ancient Coinage of Dacia, Koson B.), gold stater Oro Or

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