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Foro de Historia Militar el Gran Capitán • Ver Tema - Pinturas y cuadros de la Antigüedad

Achaemenian Infantry Forces L – R: Achaemenian Phrygian Mercenary, Persian Spearman and Persian Officer

Athenian Hoplite (mid 4th century BC) - Thracian-Attic type helmet with large jaw protectors.   - Bronze muscle cuirass  - Hoplon type shield with Alpha (for Athens) - Slashing sword (kopis)  - Leather sandals    Drawing by C.Giannopoulos for Periskopio Editions

Athenian Hoplite (mid century BCE) - Thracian-Attic type helmet with large jaw protectors. - Bronze muscle cuirass - Hoplon type shield with Alpha (for Athens) - Slashing sword (kopis) - Leather sandals Drawing by C.Giannopoulos for Periskopio Editions

How the Arch of Titus Looked – in Full Color

Archaeologists Reconstruct How the Arch of Titus Looked – in Full Color When built, the Arch was not a majestic white stone testimony to Rome crushing the Jews, it was a brightly colored monument aggrandizing Vespasian and his dynasty.

Изображения древних воинов | Image of ancient warriors (859 фото)

illustration of angus mcbride showing an spanish muslim nobleman a spanish christian mercenary and african muslim drummer of the century almoravid dynasty

Полки иноземного строя Петровское барокко

Полки иноземного строя Петровское барокко

achaemenid persians uniforms - Google Search

A print from the 1992 book, 'Achaemenid Persian Army', by artist Richard Scollins. It shows a variety of foes that the Greek forces would have met during the Greco-Persian wars.

Persian Immortals

From John Warry's "Warfare in the classical world", illustration by Jeff Burn: Persian "Immortal", c. These Immortals were so-called because whenever the contingent suffered losses, its numbers were immediately brought back up to full strength of

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