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Dacia

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TAINA TAINELOR - PLECAND DE LA VLAHI. ADEVARUL TREBUIE RESPECTAT

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Adevarul Despre Daci - Documentare, dezvaluiri. emisiuni, stiri

Documentare, dezvaluiri. emisiuni, stiri

Dacii. Cetăţile aveau funcţie dublă, administrativă şi religioasă, cuprinzând cultul zeilor cabiri, asociati cu focul si metalurgia, dupa cum se vede din aceasta placă, desprinsa parca din Mioriţa. Ancient Romans, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Ancient Artefacts, Ancient Civilizations, History Page, Art History, History Of Romania, Romania People

DACIA

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The ancient golden Helmet of Coţofeneşti, is a Geto-Dacian helmet dating from the first half of the century BC. The helmet was uncovered by chance by a child on the territory of the village of Poiana Coţofeneşti (now Poiana Vărbilău), Romania. Janis Joplin, European Tribes, Ancient Armor, Iron Age, Ancient Jewelry, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, National Museum, Archaeology

The Golden Helmet of Coțofenești is a Geto-Dacian helmet dating from the first half of the 4th century BC.