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Catafracto sasánida acompañado de un elefante de guerra.

sassanid persian cavalryman and a war elephant during the wars against rome

Sassanid Elephant Unit and Clibanarius

illustration of angus macbride showing a sassanid persian army cavalryman and a war elephant

Nebuchadnezzar II was a king of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, who reigned c. 605 BC – 562 BC. Both the construction of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon & the destruction of Jerusalem's temple are ascribed to him. He is featured in the Book of Daniel & is mentioned in several other books. Nebuchadnezzar's name means "O god Nabu, preserve/defend my firstborn heir". Nabu, son of the god Marduk, is the Babylonian deity of wisdom. In an inscription, Nebuchadnezzar styles himself as Nabu's "beloved".

King Nebuchadnezzar - 2 Kings 25 So Judah went into captivity away from her…

Karthagischer Kriegselefant mit Speerwerfer, im Angriff

Karthagischer Kriegselefant mit Speerwerfer, im Angriff

Queen Suriyothai War Elephant Statue

Queen Suriyothai War Elephant Statue

Asian elephant armor

Elephant armour from century India. It's made up of plates and weighs an insane Leeds Armoury 30 Incredible Historic Artifacts - BlazePress

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