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Soldati ellenistici combattono i Galati, popolazione celtica che prima provò l'invasione della Grecia e poi si spostarono in Tracia e di li si stabilirono in Frigia (Asia Minore) da allora chiamata Galazia

Hellenistic infantry and heavy cavalry battle Gauls. The cavalry of the Hellenistic states were by far the most superior heavy cavalry of the period.

The Battle of Chaeronea (338 BC) The Macedonian cavlary decimated the lines of the Athenian and Theban hoplites.  In the front, a Theban Sacred Band officer faces a Macedonian cavalry officer while his companions provide cover with their spears.  Drawing by C.Giannopoulos for Periskopio Editions

The Battle of Chaeronea BC) The Macedonian cavlary decimated the lines of the Athenian and Theban hoplites. In the front, a Theban Sacred Band officer faces a Macedonian cavalry officer while his companions provide cover with their spears.

Hoplitas gregos

Hoplitas: Hoplites were citizen-soldiers of Ancient Greek city-states who were primarily armed with spears and shields. Hoplite soldiers utilized the phalanx formation in order to be effective in war with fewer soldiers.

phalangite | Macedonian infantry hoplite (4th century BC) - Phrygian helmet with ...

Macedonian infantry hoplite century BC) - Phrygian helmet with jaw protectors - Linen cuirass - Hoplite shield with the Vergina sun symbol - Double edged sword Drawing by C.Giannopoulos for Periskopio Editions - Greek military warfare

1. Senior soldier of Foot Companions 2. Foot Companion 3. Servant

Senior soldier of Foot Companions Foot Companion Servant

Graeco-Bactrian and Indo-Greek troop and command types under King Eucratides the Great, 170-145

"Graeco-Bactrian and Indo-Greek troop and command types under King Eucratides the Great,

"The war against Mattatihu Antigonus, 39 BC", Christa Hook

"The war against Matityahu Antigonus, 39 BC", Christa Hook. Herod I the Great's soldiers, backed by Rome, defeat the last Hasmonean ruler Antigonus II Mattathias (Matityahu).

The battle of Leuctra 371 BC by Johnny Shumate.

The Battle of Leuctra (or Leuktra) was a battle fought on July 371 BC, between the Boeotians led by Thebans and the Spartans along with their allies amidst the post-Corinthian War conflict.

Seleucid light cavalry clash with Roman velites skirmishers by Graham Summer

"Seleucid light cavalry clash with Roman velites skirmishers", Graham Sumner

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