Usage examples for DaciaNS

  1. The wife of the freedman Claudius Etruscus, was the sister of a consul who had held high command against the Dacians. – Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius by Samuel Dill
  2. Around the column runs a spiral band, covered with admirable reliefs from Trajan's War with the Dacians. – Shepp's Photographs of the World by James W. Shepp Daniel B. Shepp
  3. A little before, a quarrelsome people, the Dacians, whom it took a Trajan to subdue, had overrun the Danube, and were marching down to Rome. – Imperial Purple by Edgar Saltus
  4. They do not, however, in the least resemble either the Romans with bare, or the Dacians with bearded faces, on the column, and throw no light whatever upon the vexed question. – Roumania Past and Present by James Samuelson
  5. In the ascending spiral is the new revolt, the attempt to assassinate Trajan, the capture of the conspirators, the advance of the legions, the retreat of the Dacians, burning their cities as they go, carrying their wounded and their women with them, and at last pressing about a huge cauldron that is filled with poison, fighting among themselves for a cup of the brew, and rolling on the ground in the convulsions of death. – Imperial Purple by Edgar Saltus
  6. Only after a hard struggle had they been rolled back across the Danube, and compelled to limit their settlements to its northern bank, in what had once been the land of the Dacians. – The Byzantine Empire by Charles William Chadwick Oman
  7. Like the Swiss at this day, they formed for a long time the body- guard of the Roman Emperor; their wild courage terrified the Dacians, as they saw them, in full armor, swimming across the Danube. – The Revolt of The Netherlands, Complete by Frederich Schiller
  8. Trajan had ten thousand animals killed in the arena to celebrate his victory over the Dacians, not to mention eleven thousand people. – Frigid Fracas by Dallas McCord Reynolds
  9. But I care not greatly for the Romans, and what to me are Gauls, Dacians, or whatever else these barbarians may be called?" – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  10. It was also the device of the Dacians, and indeed seems to have been a general ensign among barbarians. – Flags: Some Account of their History and Uses. by Andrew Macgeorge
  11. The Tribune of the first cohort of Dacians, styled Aelia, at Amboglanna. – Northumberland Yesterday and To-day by Jean F. Terry
  12. The Dacians retreated, not at all because they were repulsed, but because Domitian thought it better warfare to pay them to do so. – Imperial Purple by Edgar Saltus
  13. The Dacians are called barbarians by Strabo, together with Illyrians and Epirotes. – Lectures on The Science of Language by Max Müller
  14. You live so near the gods, you're sure to know: That news about the Dacians? – The Satires, Epistles, and Art of Poetry by Horace a.k.a. Quintus Horatius Flaccus Translated by John Conington, M. A.