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Escopeta Saiga 12 Izhmash, en Español, Escopeta Rusa Estilo Kalashnikov

Escopeta Saiga 12 Izhmash, en Español, Escopeta Rusa Estilo Kalashnikov

Los Tercios Españoles | A medida que trascurrieron los años, los Tercios fueron tanto disminuyendo en número de hombres como aumentando la proporción de arcabuceros y mosqueteros sobre la de piqueros, eliminando cualquier vestigio de algunas armas aún comunes en el momento de creación del Tercio (por ejemplo, la ballestas o el escudo redondo o rodela)

The Third Spanish Army were declining in numbers and increasing the ratio of arquebusiers and musketeers to pikemen, retaining none of the still common weapons such as crossbows, round shield or bucklers.

Scenes like the here—row on row of cots filled with patients stricken in the  1918 influenza epidemic—were common all across the country,

The 1918 flu pandemic, also known as the Spanish flu, spread around the world was an severe influenza pandemic that spread around the world.

Reposting @treasuresoftraveling: #Arequipa’s central plaza, which in Spanish is called La Plaza de Armas has a a nice fountain and absolutely beautiful #ColonialArchitecture! Check out these 5 #TreasuresOfTraveling found in Arequipa #Peru.

Reposting central plaza, which in Spanish is called La Plaza de Armas has a a nice fountain and absolutely beautiful Check out these 5 found in Arequipa

An important sword : See Two similar models are in the Real Armeria of Madrid , see "Catalogo de la Real Armeria", page 211. More in Oakshot "The Sword in the Age of Chivalry", nr. 39C and 43., ca (15th ) century.

An important sword : See Two similar models are in the Real Armeria of Madrid , see "Catalogo de la Real Armeria", page More in Oakshot "The Sword in the Age of Chivalry", nr.

Cusco, Peru Had to pin this- I can see the actual hotel room I stayed when I was there  #toocool

In a public square in Cusco, Peru. Cusco, a city in the Peruvian Andes, was once capital of the Inca empire, and is now known for its archaeological remains and Spanish colonial architecture.

Taza Spanish Cup Hilt Rapier XVII th century.    Taza Rapier, which means bowl in Spanish, XVII th century style, Viollet le Duc period. This is a good example of a rapier, the weapon used by the famous three musketeers, Cyrano de Bergerac and other heroes of the XVII th century.

Taza Spanish Cup Hilt Rapier XVII th century. Taza Rapier, which means bowl in Spanish, XVII th century style. Rapiers came into use in the C., until the C, when they were worn more to designate status rather an for actual use.

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