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- 8 File:Orastie Ethnography Museum 2011 - Dacian Draco.JPG
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Pacuiul Lui Soare
The most probable the image from pacuiul lui soare is from X-XI century see for references: http://www.institutarheologie-istoriaarteicj.ro/Articole/eph-XII-11.pdf
XI-XII according to museum inscriptions.
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If you find someone who has time to investigate I've found a nice coincidence:
The artefats are dated in II AD, the research was performed by Zaharia Covacef but i can't find references. http://www.telegrafonline.ro/1158872400/articol/10058/coifuri_si_masti_de_parada_la_muzeul_de_istorie.html The same period with other roman masks: http://www.observatorcultural.ro/MONUMENTE.-Masca-unui-calaret-roman*articleID_2948-articles_details.html
Salut. Am observat (the hard way :D) că la Category:National Museum of the Union ai introdus toate pozele și în categoria de bază și în subcategorii. Nu știu dacă ai citit până acum Commons:Categories#Over-categorization, dar e important ca pozele să fie în categoria cea mai specifică. Acum le-am pus eu pe toate doar în Category:Collections of the National Museum of the Union, dar văd că mai jos sunt și mai multe sub-categorii unde ar trebui să ajungă fiecare. Poate ai timp să îți arunci un ochi. Mulțumesc!--Strainu (talk) 22:30, 6 October 2013 (UTC)
|File:Orastie Ethnography Museum 2011 - Dacian Draco.JPG has been listed at Commons:Deletion requests so that the community can discuss whether it should be kept or not. We would appreciate it if you could go to voice your opinion about this at its entry.
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ad hominem comments in DR
Hi Codrinb, there is an ongoing discussion about some of the comments within Commons:Deletion requests/File:Biserica de lemn din Apatiu (2).JPG at the administrative board. While I understand that deletion requests can be upsetting, it is still best to stay calm and avoid ad hominem comments such as this. Could you please consider to strike out this comment? This would help to take the heat out of this discussion. Thanks and regards, AFBorchert (talk) 07:40, 18 November 2013 (UTC)
- I am sorry I lost my tempter, but I find a lot of the DRs coming from that user absolutely frivolous and irrational. It is impossible not too. Look at this one. The Dacians from the Trajan's column died a long time ago, and so did Conrad Cichorius. Yet, for him, they could be reasons for copyright. And here he managed to delete the image of a Dacian Draco from a museum, as copyrightable taxidermy. Except this was not a stuffed animal but a symbol, a flag. I can strike out my comment, but someone has to seriously look at this person's activities and motives. Currently he seems to be focused on deleting in mass materials related to Romanian history and culture, stretching and bending rules such as FOP.--Codrin.B (talk) 09:28, 18 November 2013 (UTC)
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