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Thracian instructions

King Cotys I of the Odrysiae

Thracian Peltast (light infantry) artists rendering Greek Warrior, Classical Antiquity, Alexander The

Thracians of the Thyni tribe in a night attack, 400 BC - art by Angus McBride

Dacian Warriors Stock Photo

In what is said to be Alexander the Great's most spectacular battle, the Macedonian king tested their most daring tactics against the fierce Central-Asian ...


Scythian Horseman depicted on felt artifact, circa 300 BC.

Ancient and Medieval armies which are already painted and ditributed with DBA Online War Game

Seleucid and Ptolemaic Reformed Armies 168-145 BC (2) Ptolemaic Army by Nick Sekunda and Angus McBride (illustrator).

According to Jeremiah 51:27, a kingdom of Ashkenaz (Scythians) was called together with Ararat (Urartu-Armenia) and Minni (Mannai) against Babylon, ...

"Tomyris Plunges the Head of the Dead Cyrus Into a Vessel of Blood"

Thracian peltast by Joan Francesc Oliveras Pallerols on DeviantArt

Fresco of an ancient Macedonian soldier with a grounded spear. He wears 3 items of clothing, which, in combination, are considered typcal of Macedonians: ...

Roma Surrectum's Macedon Preview


The Punishment of Bessus, by Andre Castaigne

Battle between the Scythians and their enemies.

Thracian princess Reconstruction of the jewels of the Thracian princess whose burial mound was discovered in 2006 in Sinemorets .. Photo from the Historical ...

He is equipped with a hoplon (Argive) shield, so probably is a Hypaspist. He also wears a linothorax cuirass and a Thracian helmet. Alexander Sarcophagus.

Scythian Death mask

Top Image: Deriv; Man With Cap, Probably Scythian, Bamiyan 3-4th Century (PHGCOM/CC BY-SA 3.0) and Gold Scythian neckpiece (FreeArtLicence)

Late Roman army

Archaeologists unearth marble sarcophagus from ancient Thracian burial mound

Fierce Scythians were known as Dragons for their heavy, segmented armour; they were the forefathers of medieval knights. The Silk Road, itself, ...

Rome, in the latter part of the third century, had experienced one of those reactions which mark her later history, and which alone enabled her to complete ...

The Scythians (Sakas) formed a large portion of the Achaemenid army. Detail of the tomb of Xerxes I at Naqsh-e Rostam, circa 480 BC.

Defaced Dea Roma holding Victory and regarding an altar with a cornucopia and other offerings, copy of a relief panel from an altar or statue base

For the Achaemenids, there were three types of Scythians: the Sakā tayai paradraya ("beyond the sea", presumably between the Greeks and the Thracians on the ...

The Battle of Jaxartes – Alexander traps the nomadic Scythian cavalry.


The troops beg Alexander to allow them to return home from India in plate 3 of


Mattia Preti, Tomyris Receiving the Head of Cyrus, 1670–72

Akrosandros 2 c. B.C.- King of Scythia

Comparatively light armour allowed macedonian armies to force march incredible distances on average 40 miles a day and baffle their enemies.

A coin made during the Umayyad rule in Iberia. It is carrying Jewish menorah Quintet

After Phoeniusa passed away, Niul was invited to the Pharaoh's court in Egypt to enlighten his people and to teach “languages and other laudable sciences”.

A heavy cavalryman of Alexander the Great's army, possibly a Thessalian, though the Companion cavalry would have been almost identical (the shape of the ...

Battle of the Jaxartes, Alexander luring Scythians to battle.

Second Persian invasion of Greece

In alexander's army,most of the peltasts were mercenaries.About 1000 were the savage thracian peltasts.

bow and bow-case, bonnet helmet with horse-tail crest/six-pointed star, grain ear and club

Attila, "The Scourge of ...

The Histories (Rediscovered Books): With linked Table of Contents (English Edition) eBook: Herodotus, John M. Marincola, Aubrey De Selincourt: Amazon.fr: ...

The various soldiers of the army of Darius I are illustrated on the tomb of Darius I at Naqsh-e Rostam, with a mention of each ethnicity in individual ...

In terms of equipment agrianian javelineers differed little from the other peltasts,but they formed the elite light infantry of alexander's army.

The Iron Army: Assyria – Terrifying Military of the Ancient World – Part I

Lipoxais became the ancestor of the Auchatae, Arpoxais that of the Catiari and Traspians, and from Colaxais sprang the Royal Scythians or Paralatae.

Darius, relief from the Central Relief of the Northern Stairs of the Apadana, Persepolis

“Timur the Great's imprisonment of the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid”: The Sultan tied by his waist with a golden rope to Timur's table, top, and the Sultan bound ...

Scythian comb.jpg

Gold artefacts are seen after they were unearthed from an ancient Thracian tomb near the village

Hannibal's father, Hamilcar Barca, commanded the city's forces in the First Punic War

Scythian archers.

Timur's army battles Egyptian forces.

Fierce Scythians were known as Dragons for their heavy, segmented armour; they were the forefathers of medieval knights. The Silk Road, itself, ...

At the Battle of Cannae in 216 BC, Hannibal inflicted on Rome the worst defeat in its military history

The Army of Cambyses overwhelmed in the Desert.

To the ancient greeks , India (indus derived from sanskrit sindhu) marked the eastern edge of the world — The ends of the earth .On the western extremity ...

Warfare History Network » The Battle of Gaugamela: Alexander the Great vs. Darius III

Hun warriors. "The Scythians ...

Alexander the Great faced a formidable Darius III at the Battle of Gaugamela in 331 BC

Thracia Cover Image

Map of the Syr Darya Basin watershed, of the Syr Darya and Chu Rivers in

063.jpg Ethiopian Arabs


India as a whole consisted of three parts:


The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Historians' History of the World, Volume 3, by Various.

Two Gold Headdress Pins Recovered from a Royal Scythian Tomb, 7th century B.C. Ancient Artifacts


It appears that this prince was not without military ambition. He engaged in a war with the Segestani (or Sacastani), the inhabitants of Segestan or Seistan ...

Invasion of the Huns into Italy.

Brutus Julius Caesar Roman Assassin 44BC Ancient Greek GOLD Coin NGC MS i71697

Cybele enthroned, with lion, cornucopia and Mural crown. Roman marble, c. 50 AD. Getty Museum

David Xavier Kenney 2008

Cyrus The Great

Modern reenactors parade with replicas of various legionary standards. From left to right: signum (spear-head type), with four discs; signum (wreathed-palm ...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, vol. 8 - Online Library of Liberty