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Coin of the Gepids c. 491–518. Sirmium mint. In the name of Byzantine Emperor Anastasius I
Coin of the Gepids c. 491–518. Sirmium mint. In the name of Byzantine Emperor Anastasius I
Coin of the Gepids. Sirmium mint. Struck in the name of Justin I, c. 518–526 CE. Obv: D N IVSTINVS P LV (first N retrograde), pearl-diademed and cuira
Coin of the Gepids. Sirmium mint. Struck in the name of Justin I, c. 518–526 CE. Obv: D N IVSTINVS P LV (first N retrograde), pearl-diademed and cuirassed bust right. Rev: VINVICTL ROMLNI, large “Theodericus” monogram across fields, cross above
Selection of pieces from the second princely tomb of Apahida
Selection of pieces from the second princely tomb of Apahida
Gold ring with the inscription Omharus found at Apahida
Gold ring with the inscription Omharus found at Apahida
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Three Chalcolithic ceramic vessels (from left to right): a bowl on stand, a vessel on stand and an amphora, ca. 4300–4000 BC; from Scânteia, Romania a
Three Chalcolithic ceramic vessels (from left to right): a bowl on stand, a vessel on stand and an amphora, ca. 4300–4000 BC; from Scânteia, Romania and displayed at the Moldavia National Museum Complex
Ruins of sanctuaries at Sarmizegetusa Regia (Dacia's capital during the reigns of Burebista and Decebalus)
Ruins of sanctuaries at Sarmizegetusa Regia (Dacia's capital during the reigns of Burebista and Decebalus)
Gutthiuda, or the land of the Gothic-speaking Thervingi, and the neighbouring tribes (370s AD)
Gutthiuda, or the land of the Gothic-speaking Thervingi, and the neighbouring tribes (370s AD)
Vlad III of Wallachia (also known as Vlad the Impaler), medieval ruler of Wallachia
Vlad III of Wallachia (also known as Vlad the Impaler), medieval ruler of Wallachia