Dacia was the land of origin of the Dacians/Dutch/Deutsch.
Dacian Wars (101–102, 105–106) were two military campaigns fought between the Roman Empire and Dacia during the rule of the roman emperor Trajan.
Trajan marched on Dacia, conquered the Dacian capital and, to discourage future revolts, two legions were permanently posted in Dacia : XIII Gemina and V Macedonica.
Subsequently the massive wave of refuges moved toward north and north-west. Their name today survives in the modern names of the lands of Dutch and Deutsch-land.
The basis for this migration was the previous Dacian occupation of Slovakia in the era of Dacian king Burebista, whose campaigns outside Dacia have been dated 60–44 B.C.E., and were also noted through the location of Dacian cities on the lower Vistula river in Poland by Ptolemy and even as far as south and south-western Germany.
At length, with more info and evidence, here -> http://www.romanianhistoryandculture.com/daciansindenmark.htm#636399886
Civilisation as we know it did not first appear in Mesopotamia, but some thousands of years before, in the Balkan.
If you don’t know who Harald Haarmann is, give it a search. Same for the “Danube script”, Tartaria tablets, Marco Merlini and the rest.
This is an excerpt from, as far as I understood, an upcoming documentary on the subject.
Something for the german speaking audience:
Marco Merlini’s study on the topic:
And some other stuff:
Although a bit simplistic and/or even too metalhead-like at times, nevertheless the Wolves of Vinland seem to have found their way and if it would be only that it would be worth mentioning. But there’s more…
What Paul Waggener also writes there isn’t quite that simplistic.
Check it out -> With the heart of a wolf.
A very interesting, simple and effective way of training your body: the centurion method developed by Craig Fraser.
Check it out and maybe try it out.
A doctoral research study, a book, a homepage… all about the special place dacians found in roman sculpture. An interesting study and an even more interesting conclusion.
Find out for yourselves: http://statuidedaci.ro/en/