Lorenzo Provenzano

Lorenzo Provenzano

Lorenzo Provenzano
Altre idee da Lorenzo
illyrians - Αναζήτηση Google

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"Centurión de la Guardia Personal de Cleopatra, 31AC", Giuseppe Rava.

"Centurión de la Guardia Personal de Cleopatra, 31AC", Giuseppe Rava.

Constantinople

Constantinople

Baalbek, also know as Heliopolis  it was one of the largest sanctuaries in the Roman empire and contains some of the best preserved Roman ruins in Lebanon.

Baalbek, also know as Heliopolis it was one of the largest sanctuaries in the Roman empire and contains some of the best preserved Roman ruins in Lebanon.

limes germanicus - phaces of construction

limes germanicus - phaces of construction

The Spartan tactical structure, according to Xenophon was the enōmotia, with 36 men in three files of twelve under an enōmotarches. Two enōmotiai formed a pentēkostys of 72 men under a pentēkontēr, and two pentēkostyai were grouped into a lochos of 144 men under a lochagos. Four lochoi formed a mora of 576 men under a polemarchos, the largest single tactical unit of the Spartan army.

The Spartan tactical structure, according to Xenophon was the enōmotia, with 36 men in three files of twelve under an enōmotarches. Two enōmotiai formed a pentēkostys of 72 men under a pentēkontēr, and two pentēkostyai were grouped into a lochos of 144 men under a lochagos. Four lochoi formed a mora of 576 men under a polemarchos, the largest single tactical unit of the Spartan army.

byzantine

byzantine

"Teutoburg Forest AD 9" by Michael McNally, illustrated by Peter Dennis for Osprey. "I did not believe that Arminius and his "turncoats" went home to change out of their Roman armor into Germanic tribal clothing, but attacked the Roman wagon train in the armor they wore as Roman Auxiliary cavalry, possibly even taking advantage of that deception." From forum thread. Good point!

"Teutoburg Forest AD 9" by Michael McNally, illustrated by Peter Dennis for Osprey. "I did not believe that Arminius and his "turncoats" went home to change out of their Roman armor into Germanic tribal clothing, but attacked the Roman wagon train in the armor they wore as Roman Auxiliary cavalry, possibly even taking advantage of that deception." From forum thread. Good point!

Celtic war chariot

Celtic war chariot

Theban Hoplite (mid 4th century BC) - Boeotian helmet with broad visier and jaw protectors.  - Leather muscle cuirass - Hoplite shield with Hercules' bludgeon - Tall leather boots - Thrusting phalanx spear - Short parazonium sword  Drawing by C.Giannopoulos for Periskopio Editions

Theban Hoplite (mid 4th century BC) - Boeotian helmet with broad visier and jaw protectors. - Leather muscle cuirass - Hoplite shield with Hercules' bludgeon - Tall leather boots - Thrusting phalanx spear - Short parazonium sword Drawing by C.Giannopoulos for Periskopio Editions