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Prof. Ioan Dorin Popescu "Work, patience and tenacity. As valuable tools for the information technology, can produce extraordinary results". This is how I would define the achievement of Mr Catalin Bo...
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Established by Queen Hestia and her acolytes, the cult of the fire was known on the entire Thracian territory, from the Baltic Sea to the Mediterranean Sea, from Niper to Tisa, where in the IX century...
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The Dacian Draco was the standard of the ancient Dacian military. It had a wolf head with the mouth open, with a snake body, made out of bronze and it ended with some linen stripes. It was put on a ro...
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Catalin aka Burebista "Trajan engaged the war with hardened soldiers, who despised the Parthians, our enemy, and who didn't care of their arrow blows, after the terrible wounds inflicted by the cu...
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This is a list of kings of the ancient land of Dacia. The chronology may not be very precise, since many of the Greek and Roman documents on Dacian history have been lost in time. Zalmoxis Zalmoxis Σά...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett, Matt Canty, Francine Gardner and haiducul Between 101-102AD and 105-106AD there were two military campaigns in which, the Romans defeated the Dacian's and also captur...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett, Matt Canty, Francine Gardner and haiducul Close to the Dacian fortifications, and especially within the capital Sarmisegetuza, there have been discoveries of several larg...
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translated and ajusted by Codruta aka Padure "There is no one among the Sarmatians and the Getae who doesn't wear a scabbard with a bow and arrows dipped in adder blood", Ovidius: Trist; IV;1;78 "...
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Translated by Francine Gardner and haiducul Historians, both past and present, make mention of the Gets’ raids into the Roman provinces south of the Danube, but fail to describe the savage incursions ...
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Translated by Matt Canty and haiducul Preliminaries Before turning back to Rome in the winter of 98/99 AD, Trajan began an inspection on the Danube frontier. In the Panegirilc, published after the Dac...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett, Matt Canty and haiducul Located on the nipple on the Blidaru hill (altitutide 705 m), having an excelent visibility towards Valea Muresului (Mures Valley) and towards Gra...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett, Matt Canty, Francine Gardner and haiducul In defending their country the Dacian's always took the strengths of the terrain into account, both strategically and tactic...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett, Matt Canty and haiducul The conquest and annexation of Dacia or more precisely the central part of Decebal’s kingdom, didn’t lead to the submission of all Thracian-Dacian...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett, Matt Canty and haiducul The power of the Dacian army, besides possessing exceptional cavalry, lay in its exceptional infantry. The cavalry was used in wars fought on the ...
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Man's discovery of metal and his ability to use it to produce tool and weapons is one the key developments that led to the development of ancient societies and that directly led to the growth of b...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett, Matt Canty and haiducul This article intends to describe in detail the type, role, size and ethnic origin of the Roman armies occupying the Dacian province. In order to c...
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Cătălin Borangic Bibliotheca Musei Porolissensis, XIII, volumul colectiv Identităţi culturale locale si regionale în context european – Studii de Arheologie şi Antropologie istorică - In memoriam Alex...
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Cătălin Borangic, Dacians Studies, Cluj-Napoca, 2008, p.141-160 In fact, the oldest metal pieces discovered on the territory of actual Romania, dating in the 13th – 12th centuries BC, are weapons[1]....
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translated and adjusted by Seachain Aroon NOTE: Dochia is pronounced approximately as "Do-kee-ya" When the Romans came again to wage war upon the land, Decebalus, the Dacian king, caught word that the...
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Cătălin Borangic, Nemvs, V, nr. 9-10, 2010, p.10-21 romanian text and more photos HERE The weapons used inside the Dacian territory covered a large variety, ranging from the most simple knives to the ...
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Cătălin Borangic Sica. Tipologie şi funcţionalitate, in NEMVS, an IV (2009), nr. 7-8, p. 22-73. Translated by Codruta Rusu For pictures and plates, click here Feared sign of prestige, with a special s...
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By joining together the most fascinating and powerful terms: history and IT, past and future, myth and truth; by combining the interest of two men for the history of the ancient dacians, two men with ...
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“The man is, before anything else, the woman’s son” (Vasile Pârvan) Cătălin aka Burebista The Dacian was not only composed of fierce warriors who amazed the ancient world with their faith and courage,...
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Army and society in Romanian area, The political studies, defense and military history Institute Dr. Mircea Dogaru Given the situation in which, Thracian society in the Northern Balkans had adopted th...
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"Zamolxis" by Alexandru Busuioceanu, translated and ajusted Codruta aka Padure For the ancient world, Dacia was a land surrounded by the Carpathians, a country of the fierce warriors and blessed by Za...
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The hatchet It was conceived not only as tool but more like weapon. It was called CATEIA, it's present on the Column in three variants. There are 4 main types of hatchets. 1. THE SCYTHIAN HATCHET ...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett, and haiducul Throughout archaeological sites the horse appears less often than other species of animals yet this does not reflect its importance. Some of the horse remain...
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In the first phase of construction on the west, south and east slopes a wave (rise/ditch terrace) was lifted, in the shape of a huge horse-shoe-that denied access from the sattle linked with Ciocuta. ...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett, Matt Canty and haiducul The Dacians havd two military flags (standards), one each for the cavalry and the foot soldiers. The Dacian cavalry standard bore the image of a d...
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by Cristinel Plantos 1900 years ago Traian, one of the greatest emperors of Rome, began what was to be the adventure of his last important conquering: Dacia. Situated at the northern borders of the e...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett, Matt Canty and haiducul The Dacian army was a strong military force but it wasn’t as big as the Roman army, never numbering more than 50.000 soldiers. The army was made u...
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Translated by Matt Canty, Francine Gardner, and haiducul Dacian's were divided into two classes: the aristocracy (tarabostes) and the common people (comati). The aristocracy alone had the right to...
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Translated Matt Canty, Francine Gardner and haiducul Sarmizegetusa was the capital of Dacian, the main political and religious centre of the Dacian kingdom. Around it they built an entire system of fo...
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Translated by Fantalov Alex The Thraco-Dacians left no written sources about their religious beliefs or practices. For knowledge of it we are compelled to scower the few written ancient sources and dr...
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The privilege of history, as science of human evolution, is that it operates with informations that, once discovered, even if for various reasons they are unused for a while, can’t be dismissed unless...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett and haiducul The Dacian religion is one of the most controversial aspects of Dacian history. From the first mention of Dacian religion by Herodotus it has been the target ...
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Dacia, in ancient geography the land of the Daci or Getae, was a large district of Central Europe, bounded in to the north by the Carpathians, to the south by the Danube, to the west by the Tisa (Tisz...
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Translated by Kirsty Bennett and haiducul The heavy cavalry The heavy cavalry was composed of catafracts, heavily armored horsemen who were protected by a lorice. The lorice was armor that covered bot...
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The Carpi or Carpians were a Dacian tribe that were originally located on the Eastern slopes of the Carpathian Mountains, in what is now Bacău county, Romania. Their name (Carpi) seems to be connected...
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Studies concerning ancient military activity in the Romanian area offer, a revealing insight into an original military culture gained developed through long experience, ancient teachings, an unbreakab...
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Alexandru Vulpe The most important economic, military-political and spiritual centre of the Geto-Dacians in the Romanian Plain has been identified and investigated through archaeological excavations c...
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by Mihai Eminescu, 1879 When death did not exist, nor yet eternity, Before the seed of life had first set living free, When yesterday was nothing, and time had not begun, And one included all things, ...
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