There are lost civilisations, and then there are forgotten civilizations. From the 6th to the 3rd millennium BC, the so-called “Vinca Culture” stretched for hundreds of miles along the river Danube, in what is now Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria and the Republic of Macedonia, with traces all around the Balkans, parts of Central Europe and Asia Minor, and even Western Europe.

From the to the millennium BC, the Vinca culture stretched for hundreds…

Pompeii: Bronze helmet of a 'Thracian' (Thrax) gladiator. 1st c. AD. "Pompeii - The Life Of A Roman Town | Folio Illustrated Book (Electa/akg-images)"

Pompeii: Bronze helmet of a 'Thracian' (Thrax) gladiator. "Pompeii - The Life Of A Roman Town

Roman statues of Dacians

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A existat o misterioasă Frăţie a Regilor Traci? Noi ipoteze istorice despre ce era pe teritoriul României înainte de Burebista…

Embark on a Quest to discover Romania beyond its natural wonders or medieval monuments. Unveil Romania - the "Atlantis" of the Carpathian Garden!

Monument to Dacian King Decebalus on the Danube River, Romania

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Regele DECEBAL a fost considerat SEMIZEU încă din timpul vieții

Regele DECEBAL a fost considerat SEMIZEU încă din timpul vieții

Dacian koson - It is a coin surrounded by mystery. Even though it is Dacian, it has greek writing imprinted on it, as well as Roman symbols and its gold seems to come from the Balkans. Moreover, it can be found ONLY on the Dacian territory. One of the theories claims that, before the death of Burebista, Brutus (monogram?) gave kosons to the Dacian mercenaries that he hired for some wars in the Balkan area. A curious thing about a coin of its age is that it has no leader's face imprinted on…

Dacian koson - It is a coin surrounded by mystery. Even though it is Dacian, it has greek writing imprinted on it, as well as Roman symbols and its gold seems to come from the Balkans. Moreover, it can be found ONLY on the Dacian territory. One of the theories claims that, before the death of Burebista, Brutus (monogram?) gave kosons to the Dacian mercenaries that he hired for some wars in the Balkan area. A curious thing about a coin of its age is that it has no leader's face imprinted on…

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