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From Christos Giannopoulos, a print showing a Spartan or Lakedaemonian, from the period of 489-479BCE. He wears the favorite transverse crest upon his Corinthian helmet, a muscled cuirass, and carries an aspis bearing the bull's head with down-turmed horns. This identifies the warrior as a member of the mora of Elos, hailing from the southeastern part of Lakonia

From Christos Giannopoulos, a print showing a Spartan or Lakedaemonian, from the period of 489-479BCE. He wears the favorite transverse crest upon his Corinthian helmet, a muscled cuirass, and carries an aspis bearing the bull's head with down-turmed horns. This identifies the warrior as a member of the mora of Elos, hailing from the southeastern part of Lakonia

Ancient Greek Military

Ancient Greek Military

Arms and armor of a Italian, possibly Samnite warrior, fighting for Hannibal, from the time of the second Punic war, 3rd century, BC.

Arms and armor of a Italian, possibly Samnite warrior, fighting for Hannibal, from the time of the second Punic war, 3rd century, BC.

Early Italic warriors of the seventh or sixth century b.c. They wear bronze armor of various types, all common in the Italian peninsula at the time.

Early Italic warriors of the seventh or sixth century b.c. They wear bronze armor of various types, all common in the Italian peninsula at the time.

Samnite warriors, c. 400 B.C.E . The Samnites came from the Apennine highlands…

Samnite warriors, c. 400 B.C.E . The Samnites came from the Apennine highlands…

Guerrieri Etruschi

Guerrieri Etruschi

early roman warrior | Early Roman Warriors

early roman warrior | Early Roman Warriors

"Roman legionary", Andrey Karashchuk (Aндрей Kаращук) They marched all across Europe with that and more on their backs.

"Roman legionary", Andrey Karashchuk (Aндрей Kаращук) They marched all across Europe with that and more on their backs.

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1911923_597697480312389_210452176_o.jpg (640×960)

The Firka was the pack of the roman soldier. The Roman army carried so much of their own equipment they were nicknamed Marius's mules

The Firka was the pack of the roman soldier. The Roman army carried so much of their own equipment they were nicknamed Marius's mules