⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'Dacians' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a Dacian | Dacians
Daker {pl} [auch: Daken]
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Übersetzung für 'Dacians' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Daker {pl} [auch: Daken]ethn.hist.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Sometime around 84 or 85 the Dacians, led by King Decebalus, crossed the Danube into the province of Moesia, wreaking considerable havoc and killing the Moesian governor Gaius Oppius Sabinus.
  • The Dacians resisted the Roman offensive, but as a storm broke out, the Dacians believing it is a sign from the gods, decided to withdraw.
  • In the period of antiquity the place was lived in by Dacians, the region being included in the kingdom of Dacia ruled by king Burebista.
  • The latter part of his reign saw increasing trouble on the lower Danube from the Dacians, a tribe occupying roughly what is today Romania.
  • The Dacians rebelled frequently, the biggest rebellion occurring after the death of emperor Trajan.
  • Săvescu's most famous theory says that the Romanians are not descendants of the Roman colonists and assimilated Dacians, as mainstream historians say, but that they are the descendants of only the Dacians, who spoke a language close to Latin.
  • The so-called Free Dacians (...) is the name given by some modern historians to those Dacians who putatively remained outside, or emigrated from, the Roman Empire after the emperor Trajan's Dacian Wars (AD 101-6).
  • Geto-Dacians inhabited both sides of the Tisa river prior to the rise of the Celtic Boii and again after the latter were defeated by the Dacians under the king Burebista.
  • Meanwhile the Dacians ravaged the province and burned a number of forts along the Danube.
  • The Dacians regularly raided into Roman territory in Moesia.
  • During the first half of the 1st millennium BC, the Dacians founded their first branches on both sides of Marisus.
  • "Dacii (The Dacians)" is a 1967 historical drama film about the run up to Domitian's Dacian War, which was fought between the Roman Empire and the Dacians in AD 87-88.
  • Dacians decorated their bodies with tattoos like the Illyrians and the Thracians. The Pannonians north of the Drava had accepted Roman rule out of fear of the Dacians.
  • In the 5th century a group of Scythians settled in the region but were assimilated by the Dacians.
  • In 109 AD, a monument named Tropaeum Traiani was built to commemorate the Roman Empire's victories over the Dacians.
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