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Another ancient representation of Dacian Draco. Trophies of arms (tunic, short spear, captured Dacian Draco) relief from the Hadrianeum, a temple of the deified Hadrian in the Campus Martius erected by Antoninus Pius in AD 145, Capitoline Museum.

Another ancient representation of Dacian Draco. Trophies of arms (tunic, short spear, captured Dacian Draco) relief from the Hadrianeum, a temple of the deified Hadrian in the Campus Martius erected by Antoninus Pius in AD 145, Capitoline Museum.

Dac statue in the Borghese Gardens - Rome

Dac statue in the Borghese Gardens - Rome

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.

Silver rhyton, Porona, Romania, 4th Cemtury BC ~Repinned via Jane Kurtz

Silver rhyton, Porona, Romania, 4th Cemtury BC ~Repinned via Jane Kurtz

silver rhyton Poroina Romania 500-300 BC riton argint getic mitologie geto-dacica si traca

silver rhyton Poroina Romania 500-300 BC riton argint getic mitologie geto-dacica si traca

Gold vessel from the Treasure of Sânnicolau Mare (Romania), an important hoard of early medieval gold vessels (from 6th to 10th c. CE) on display at the Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna.   The vase is decorated with a scene related to the complex mythology of semi-nomadic peoples of Central Asia, including Hungarians, Huns, Scythians, Khazars, Avars and Slavs. However, stylistically, Central Asian, Sassanid and Byzantine influences are predominant.

Gold vessel from the Treasure of Sânnicolau Mare (Romania), an important hoard of early medieval gold vessels (from 6th to 10th c. CE) on display at the Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna. The vase is decorated with a scene related to the complex mythology of semi-nomadic peoples of Central Asia, including Hungarians, Huns, Scythians, Khazars, Avars and Slavs. However, stylistically, Central Asian, Sassanid and Byzantine influences are predominant.

Dacians -an Indo-European people, part of /related to Thracians. Dacians were ancient inhabitants of Dacia, located in & around the Carpathian Mountains & east to the Black Sea. It includes the present-day countries Romania & Moldova,parts of Ukraine, Eastern Serbia, Northern Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hungary& Poland. Dacians spoke the Dacian language, believed to have been closely related to Thracian, but were culturally influenced by the neighbouring Scythians & by Celtic invaders of 4th century…

Dacians -an Indo-European people, part of /related to Thracians. Dacians were ancient inhabitants of Dacia, located in & around the Carpathian Mountains & east to the Black Sea. It includes the present-day countries Romania & Moldova,parts of Ukraine, Eastern Serbia, Northern Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hungary& Poland. Dacians spoke the Dacian language, believed to have been closely related to Thracian, but were culturally influenced by the neighbouring Scythians & by Celtic invaders of 4th century…

Roman ArtColumn of TrajanDetail view113 ADRome

Roman ArtColumn of TrajanDetail view113 ADRome

statuile dacilor dac dacian

statuile dacilor dac dacian

Roman relief.Trajan's column Dacian warrior

Roman relief.Trajan's column Dacian warrior