The life of Dacian war-leader Burebista who ruled between 80-44 B.C.and founded a strong Dacian Kingdom despite considerable pressure from the neighboring Celtic warlords and the Greek cities of the Black Sea coast.
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A small world of bourgeois intrigues and frivolities lived with intensity by its own protagonists: Pampon's lover, Didina is in love with the barber Nae, who is Mitza's lover, while she is ... See full summary »
This is the story of the Dacian war-leader Burebista who ruled between 80-44 B.C.and founded a strong Dacian Kingdom despite considerable pressure from the neighboring Celtic warlords and the Greek cities of the Black Sea coast.Also,King Burebista was careful to avoid confrontation with the mighty Romans who viewed the Dacian Kingdom as a menace and an obstacle in the path of Roman expansion.They made plans to attack it.Written by
Burebista was one of the early kings of the Dacians.He ruled between 82-44 B.C. and was the first Dacian ruler to unite all Dacian and Getae tribes into a single kingdom. His civil and religious capital was at Sarmizegethusa,in the Carpathian Mountains in present-day Romania.He made alliances with neighboring Celtic tribes and Greek cities from the Black Sea region.His greatest enemy was the Roman Empire and he made alliances with Pompey against Julius Caesar during the Roman Civil War.Burebista died in 44 B.C. leaving a great unified and strong Dacian kingdom behind. See more »
first - for the science to escape from the pressure of political command for give a beautiful fresco of the Dacia of Burebista and its political connections, life style and foreign context. the merit could not be reduced at the director or actors but it includes the scientific consultants.result - an interesting film, far to be the best portrait of the period, full of ideological crumbs but decent and , in special way, real beautiful.
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