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North Thracian-Getic silver helmet, ca 400 B.C.

North Thracian-Getic silver helmet, ca 400 B.C.

Trajans Column,erected by the  emperor following his victory in Rome,wich  tells the story  of the conquest and campaign against the Dacians from  beginning to end.

Trajans Column,erected by the emperor following his victory in Rome,wich tells the story of the conquest and campaign against the Dacians from beginning to end.

Trajan's column was erected to commemorate the successful campaigns of the Emperor against the Dacians of the Danube frontier (the ancestors of contemporary Romania) in AD 101-2 and 105-6. It stood at the focal point of the Emperor's Forum in Rome   http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/t/trajans-column/

Trajan's column was erected to commemorate the successful campaigns of the Emperor against the Dacians of the Danube frontier (the ancestors of contemporary Romania) in AD 101-2 and 105-6. It stood at the focal point of the Emperor's Forum in Rome http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/t/trajans-column/

Sarmizegetusa Regia ,Dacian fortress-historic world heritage

Sarmizegetusa Regia ,Dacian fortress-historic world heritage

lupul dacic tatuaje - Google Search

lupul dacic tatuaje - Google Search

"The origin of the standard is unknown and still a matter of dispute among scholars. A specific and certain origin is still difficult to be determined. Dacian, Thracian, Scythian, Sarmatian[8][9][10] or Parthian origins have been proposed in dedicated historiography.[11] According to Lucreţiu Mihăilescu-Bîrliba by the 2nd century AD, i.e. after the conclusion of the Dacian Wars, the draco symbol was assimilated in the Greco-Roman world with the Dacian ethnos" wikipedia.org

"The origin of the standard is unknown and still a matter of dispute among scholars. A specific and certain origin is still difficult to be determined. Dacian, Thracian, Scythian, Sarmatian[8][9][10] or Parthian origins have been proposed in dedicated historiography.[11] According to Lucreţiu Mihăilescu-Bîrliba by the 2nd century AD, i.e. after the conclusion of the Dacian Wars, the draco symbol was assimilated in the Greco-Roman world with the Dacian ethnos" wikipedia.org

draco lup dacic dacian wolf getae-dacians geto-dacii romanian people dacian warriors

Le trésor, daté de 350 à 450 avant JC Sevso,Romania Dacian culture

Le trésor, daté de 350 à 450 avant JC Sevso,Romania Dacian culture

Dacian Draco - Dragonul dacic

Dacian Draco - Dragonul dacic

The Danubian Culture - Romanian History and Culture/   Thinker Hamangia

The Danubian Culture - Romanian History and Culture/ Thinker Hamangia


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49 de monede dacice, din tezaurul de la  Sarmizegetusa Regia, repatriate

49 de monede dacice, din tezaurul de la Sarmizegetusa Regia, repatriate

For the remainder of Domitian's reign Dacia remained a relatively peaceful client kingdom, but Decebalus used the Roman money to fortify his defences. Domitian probably wanted a new war against Dacians, and reinforced Upper Moesia with two more cavalry units brought from Syria and with at least five cohorts brought from Pannonia. Trajan continued Domitian's policy and added two more units to the auxiliary forces of Upper Moesia, and then he used the buildup of troops for his Dacian wars.

For the remainder of Domitian's reign Dacia remained a relatively peaceful client kingdom, but Decebalus used the Roman money to fortify his defences. Domitian probably wanted a new war against Dacians, and reinforced Upper Moesia with two more cavalry units brought from Syria and with at least five cohorts brought from Pannonia. Trajan continued Domitian's policy and added two more units to the auxiliary forces of Upper Moesia, and then he used the buildup of troops for his Dacian wars.

"Los «Pileati» eran la aristocracia guerrera dacia", José Daniel Cabrera Peña

"Los «Pileati» eran la aristocracia guerrera dacia", José Daniel Cabrera Peña

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 Draco - Dragonul dacic

Dacian Draco - Dragonul dacic

Dacian flag

Dacian flag

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 commander Decebalus committing suicide by a tree. The Romans admired his death, because he refused to die at the hands of the Romans.

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Бизнес подаръци от електронния магазин за луксозни подаръци и сувенири http://giftsbg.net .  Този луксозен сувенир ще бъде подарен на японска бизнес делегация, за да им напомня на японците за красотата и богатата история на България

Бизнес подаръци от електронния магазин за луксозни подаръци и сувенири http://giftsbg.net . Този луксозен сувенир ще бъде подарен на японска бизнес делегация, за да им напомня на японците за красотата и богатата история на България

CUCUTENI-BAICENI HELMET. A/k/a Cucuteni culture (from Romanian), Trypillian (from Ukrainian) or Tripolye  (from Russian), is a Neolithic–Eneolithic culture which flourished 5500 BC and 2750 BC, from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions (Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine), an area of 14,000 sq mi. At its peak the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture built the largest settlements in Neolithic Europe, some of which had 15,000 inhabitants. Settlements spaced 3 to 4 km apart.

CUCUTENI-BAICENI HELMET. A/k/a Cucuteni culture (from Romanian), Trypillian (from Ukrainian) or Tripolye (from Russian), is a Neolithic–Eneolithic culture which flourished 5500 BC and 2750 BC, from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions (Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine), an area of 14,000 sq mi. At its peak the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture built the largest settlements in Neolithic Europe, some of which had 15,000 inhabitants. Settlements spaced 3 to 4 km apart.

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