TITLE

Dacian Military Equipment and Technology

AUTHOR(S)
Schmitz, Michael 'Maxx'
PUB. DATE
January 2011
SOURCE
Digressus: The Internet Journal for the Classical World;2011, Vol. 11, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article describes Dacian military equipment and technology under King Decebalus and the Roman Empire's reaction to the Dacian threat. Evidence of Dacian equipment are gleaned from Trajan's Column, the Adamklissi Monument and archeological remains. Insights are also provided on the Dacian society, most significant weapons and military strategies. Dacia became a Roman province in AD 106 under Emperor Trajan and was considered the greatest threat to the Danubian provinces.
ACCESSION #
66623816

 

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