From: george knysh
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, george knysh*****GK: This sounds plausible. A destroyed city,
> <gknysh@...> wrote:
> > GK: The Carpi fit this scenario of course.
> But in this
> > connection I'd like to verify something else. I
> remember reading
> > somewhere (perhaps on this very list but the who
> or when escapes
> > me), that there is a depiction on Trajan's Dacian
> War column of
> > some mass out-migration by Free Dacians at the
> conclusion of the
> > war. Northward and northeastward I believe. Is
> this so?
> In fact, the scenes CLIV/CLV depict soemthing like
> this: some
> Roman soldiers walk from the left (where they are)
> to the right.
> Behind them there is a Dacian city which burned out.
> In front of
> them, there are a group of Dacians (wonem, children,
> men) and a
> bunch of farm animals. A part of the Dacians look
> back, others
> bear some weapons.
> Now, in interpretation of these two scenes,
> Reinach, Cichorius
> and Froehner proposed more than 100 years ago the
> idea that Dacians
> are chased by Romans out of occupied territory.
> Patsch argues that*****GK: This I don't get. Why would they have left
> it's about the refugees in the mountains who return
> to their own
> villages after the war;
> evacuated from*****GK: This also seems rather strained. What is the
> mountains where they could have organized further
> resistence in
> front of the Romans and brought in plain, where they
> could have
> been better kept under Big Brother's eye.
> From my point of view, the scenes are not*****GK: Thanks for the report.******
> conclusive at all, be
> it for one or for another interpretation. There is
> no way to tell
> out clearly where the guys are coming from and where
> exactly they
> are going. Too many "if"s.
> Marius Iacomi