cucuteni trypillian culture Romania Moldova Ukraine oldest neolithic

cucuteni trypillian culture Romania Moldova Ukraine oldest neolithic

Art Eras, Ancient Artifacts, Eastern Europe, Romania, Ukraine, Moldova, Coil Pots, Deities, Drawing Art

Notice the serpent head at the base of the object - this could be at least 5000 - 6000 y.o., to this date the oldest known representation of a snake. Cucuteni Trypillian culture 7000 - 3500 BC, Romania -Ukraine

cucuteni trypillian culture Romania oldest civilizations eastern europe

Cucuteni Trypillian culture Romania oldest civilizations Eastern Europe.

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

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

Cabeza de un dacio de la época de Trajano (siglo II d.C.) procedente del foro de Trajano. Actualmente en los Museos Vaticanos.

Cabeza de un dacio de la época de Trajano (siglo II d.C.) procedente del foro de Trajano. Actualmente en los Museos Vaticanos.

Thraisian Queens - Thracians inhabited parts of the ancient provinces of Macedonia, Thrace, Moesia, Dacia, Scythia Minor, Sarmatia, Bithynia, Mysia, Pannonia, and other regions of the Balkans and Anatolia which some think was Syrian lands.   This area extended over most of the Balkans region, and the Getae north of the Danube as far as beyond the Bug and including Panonia in the east.

Tomb of King Seuthes III - Golyama Kosmatka Mound (Valley of the Thracian Kings, funeral Complex) - Shipka, Kazanlak municipality, Stara Zagora district, Bulgaria - Decorated Bronze Greaves of Thracian ruler Seuthes III

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 - -

Colossal statue of a Dacian Roman in marmo giallo antico palazzo Altemps Flickr – Condivisione di foto!

Photographed at the Palazzo Altemps, Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome Italy

(2:1) A Genuine Dacian | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Bronze portrait of an ancient Dacian photographed at the National Military Museum, Buchareșt, Romania by Cristian Peter Marinescu-Ivan © 2009

ETRUSCHI abbigliamento   Etruscan girls wore the pointed cap and and, like their mothers, wore a petticoat, a tunic and a cape of white.The tunic was fastened with pins. The children wore pointy shoes and clothing similar to that of the adults.

Bust of Attis wearing a Phrygian cap (Parian marble, century AD).The Phrygian cap is a soft conical cap with the top pulled forward, associated in antiquity with several peoples in Eastern Europe and Anatolia, including Phrygia, Dacia and the Balkans.

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