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.

Dagger and Ornamental Sheath (end of the 1st century CE) -- Gold, turquoise, sard, iron. Unearthed in a Dachi burial site, Rostov Region (Russia). On display at Azov Museum of History, Archaeology and Paleontology.

Dagger and Ornamental Sheath Date of interment: last quarter of the century AD Gold, turquoise, sard, iron Rostov Region, south-east vicinity of Azov Dachi burial site. Barrow No.

(Romania) Dacian Gold Bracelet. ca 4th century BCE.

One of Thirteenth Dacian bracelets stolen from the 24 stolen Orastiei Mountains in Romania and then trafficked and bought back.

Dacian gold

Dacia was the land inhabited by the Dacians. The Greeks referred to them as the Getae, which were specifically a branch of the Thracians north of the Haemus Mons.

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Piesă din tezaurul dacic de la Surcea

Piesă din tezaurul dacic de la Surcea

Dacian gold 400 -500 BC  Romania

The Dacians and Getae were part of the big Thracian family that lived in South-Eastern Europe over 2000 years ago. The Dacians and the Getae from North of Danube river were united by Burebista in

Dacian Wolf Decoration  "Civilization and history began where the Romanian nation lives today. (W. Schiller, American archaeologist)"

Dacian Wolf Decoration "Civilization and history began where the Romanian nation lives today.