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There are several Hungarian authors who show that Dacia was "depleted of men" (later authors more accurately say "depleted of resources") but to believe the Romans could or even would exterminate everyone in such a vast area is ridiculous.
Keep in mind that on Trajan's Column alone you have 7 scenes of Dacians submitting to Roman rule.
) were alerted and here is what the discovery really was: A solid gold helmet made around end of 5th – beginning of 4th century B. by the local Thracian tribes and undoubtedly it was part of the martial display regalia of a king or a powerful warlord.
It is a studded cylindrical helmet (missing top, otherwise intact) with ¾ head coverage with a rectangular frontal cut for the face and side cuts for ears.
It has also encouraged the widely held belief of most Romanian archaeologists in the gradual emergence of the Upper Paleolithic, initiated from the local Mousterian.
The present paper puts forward a brief examination of the Romanian archaeological record allegedly belonging to the main cultural actors involved in the transition to the Upper Paleolithic across Europe: the Late Mousterian, the so-called “transitional” industries, and the Aurignacian technocomplex.
According to the archeologicaldiscoveries, the region in which they settled included, not only the territory „from Orăştie to Baraolt along with the Szeklers’ land from Sebus and terra Daraus”, mentioned in the 1224 diploma, but also the region of Sighişoara and Ţara Bârsei.
Furthermore there are lots of Roman legions composed of Dacians, like Ala I Ulpia Dacorum, Cohors II Augusta Dacorum pia fidelis veterana milliaria equitata, Cohors III Dacorum equitata, Vexillatio Dacorum Parthica, and other units in Britain under the names Decibalus and Dida.The conquest of Dacia by the Romans and its turning into an imperial province (A. 106-271) brought about major changes in the native population's economic, social and political life.The Geto-Dacians continued to remain the main ethnic community both in the free and in the occupied territories.This ritual does not prove the imitation of o funeral trend from West, but it rather marks the settlement of some groups of colonists coming from the German world, thus the Starting from these discoveries and colligating them with others in which such anthropomorphic graves are not to be found, one may propose an earlier dating (the first phase of the Evangelic Church in Mediaş), as well as another assignment, related to the Saxons, not to the Szekler to some monuments (the hall-church from Drăuşeni, the first phase of the Church from Viscri) from this geographical area.To conclude with, it is considered that the settlement of the colonists that we generally call Saxons occured in the second half of the 12th century, being very well organized and controlled by the Hungarian Royalty.