A time lapse illustration of a Roman auxiliary cavalryman, from the early 2nd century AD.
A time lapse illustration of infantrymen from several different parts of the empire after the end of the Western Roman Empire.
A time lapse illustration of an assortment of ancient warriors, from the 13th century BC to the 7th century AD
Immortals, 300-style vs Persian Wars-style
Speed draw of the thureophoroi, medium close-combat infantry of the Hellenistic world.
A vaguely rhyming A to Z of warriors from all over the world, from the Bronze Age to today.
Speed draw of a Mongol lancer, terror of the 13th century.
The evolution of Roman and Byzantine infantry, from the dawn of Rome to the fall of Constantinople and beyond.
The arming process of the 1st century-Roman centurion, of 100-men-commanding, stick-on-back-breaking, faith-in-the-Messiah-having fame.
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