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The evolution of Celtic cavalry and chariotry suggests an origin for this culture in the plains of eastern Europe and Russia, the traditional home of chariot burials and excellent horsemanship. Like all Indo-European speaking peoples, the Celts were originally from the Eurasian steppes. That the Celts did not lose their talent for riding over the centuries of settlement in central Europe is doubtlessly due to their close contact with Cimmerian and Scythian tribes that dominated eastern…

Sarmatian Cavalryman and woman capture a Scythian archer. Artwork by Gerry Embleton.

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Знатный скифский воин Южная Сибирь VII - VI век до н.э. (по материалам раскопок могильников Гилёво-10 и Кичигино 1)

The famous Scythian warrior Southern Siberia VII - VI century BC.

Warriors in Bactria - Tokharistan in the Late Kushan period

■ Scythian warrior, V century BC ■ Pontic Greek hoplite, IV century BC ■ Scythian heavy cavalryman, V century BC

"Scythian warrior, V century BC - Pontic Greek hoplite, IV century BC - Scythian heavy cavalryman, V century BC", Mikhael V Gorelik

432-450 Los Hunos cruzan el Danubio y atacan el imperio romanohun horse archer and late roman infantry

Hun horse archer and late Roman infantry. The Hunnic invasions of the eastern provinces, and of Gaul and Italy were devastating, involving captured and burned towns and Roman military defeats.

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The Frank's- member of a Germanic-speaking people who invaded the western Roman Empire in the century.

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older-equipped soldiers AC, maybe c. [Khurasani heavy cavalryman, Transonxanian Turk, Arab infantry man and Persian hors-archer.

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