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Quo Vadis – Ave Caesar March – Miklos Rozsa – Erich Kunzel & Cincinnati Pops


 


The glory that was Rome! Music by Miklos Rozsa from “Quo Vadis” (1951).

 

Decebalus, the Dacian king, rock carving on Tr...

Decebalus, the Dacian king, rock carving on Trajan’s Column (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Just a thought: “Instead of IDOLATRY the pagan statues of inhuman generals and emperors of the Roman Empire, we should pray in adoration to the flesh and blood of those who perished in the the battles protecting their fathers and mother freedom of their lands from the Roman Invasions!  One such People were the Dacians who under Decebal, their King, fought to the deaths! They are our Romanian People ancestors, and they have been in our

English: Decebalus, King of The Dacians, weari...

English: Decebalus, King of The Dacians, wearing a draco — bronze statue, Deva, Romania Română: Decebal regele dacilor — statuie din bronz, Deva, România (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

prayers, always, because to them , and their successors, we own our heritage, and our language, and many of our folkloric traditions!”

 

Burebista


Burebista (Ancient Greek: “Βοιρεβίστας”) was a king of the Getae and Dacians, who unified for the first time their tribes and ruled them between 82 BC and 44 BC. He led plunder and conquest raids across Central and Southeastern Europe, subjugating most of the neighbouring tribes. After his assassination in an inside plot, the empire was divided into several smaller states.