Romans battling Dacian warriors. The Dacian warrior on the left uses the fearsome falx, a scythe-like weapon. The Roman on the right has the extended arm protection created especially to deal with the Dacians and their falx blades.
"The Carthaginian Wars 265-146 BC: • Celtic chieftain • Celtic horn-blower • Celtic standard-bearer", Richard Hook
ROMAN: Cavalry trooper, Ala Noricum, second half 1st C. AD; Cavalry trooper, Ala Noricum, mid-1st C. AD
Roman Republican Legionaires
Modern depiction of Roman legionaries crossing the Danube River on a pontoon bridge during the First Dacian War, 101-102 AD.
"Tiberius Claudius Maximus and Decebalus", Peter Connolly
Batalla de Teutoburgo: emboscada …
La guerre des Gaules: La charge des Gaulois
Dacian capital - Sarmizegetusa Regia, by Radu Oltean