Trajan’s column, marble. Rome, Italy. 113 A.D. Commemorating Roman emperor Trajan’s victory in the Dacian Wars, completed in 113 AD.

Trajan’s marble column goes back to 113 A. in Rome. This column was built to commemorate the Roman emperor Trajan’s victory in the Dacian Wars. I like the spiral going around the column splitting the images up.

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

Dacia was conquered by Roman Empire about 2000 years ago.

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

Dacia was conquered by Roman Empire about 2000 years ago.

Decebalus scene on Column of Trajan. Depicts Dacian commander Decebalus committing suicide by a tree. The Romans admired his death, because he refused to die at the hands of the Romans.

Decebalus scene on Column of Trajan. Depicts Dacian ( Romanian ancestors) commander Decebalus committing suicide by a tree. The Romans admired his death, because he refused to die at the hands of the Romans.

dacians statues dacian man decebalus dacia king ancient eastern european people romania

dacians statues dacian man decebalus dacia king ancient eastern european people romania

Faces from the past - decebalus dacia king ancient eastern european people romania

dacians statues dacian man decebalus dacia king ancient eastern european people romania

dacians statues dacian man decebalus dacia king ancient eastern european people romania

Faces from the past - decebalus dacia king ancient eastern european people romania

Picture of a scene in the column where two Roman auxiliaries present Trajan with severed enemy heads

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