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Collision between an infant Hun and Gothic cavalry. Correction: a Hun infantry man (not a baby hun LOL)

Goths. Both wings of the Gothic nation proved broadly sympathetic to Rome…

"Three Germanic mercenaries of the century AD, amid the ruins of the Roman world which they first served, and later looted and destroyed", Angus McBride

Reconstruction of Avar male clothing, cca 8th cebtury AD.

Reconstruction of Avar male clothing, cca cebtury AD.

Hannibal Barca - Carthaginian military commander and tactician, generally considered one of the greatest military commanders in history. Famous for taking a large army including a fleet of elephants accross the Alps

The Carthaginian leader Hannibal led an entire army with elephants over the alps and came within a hair of conquering all of the Roman empire. A real life ENTJ personality.

Centurion

A Roman Centurion -- Professional officers of the Roman army after the Marian reforms of 107 BC. Most centurions commanded groups of centuries of around 100 but senior centurions commanded cohorts or took senior staff roles in their legion

The Scythians were a people of the western steppes, around modern Ukraine, though they spoke a language related to Persian, not Slavic. They were ferocious warriors, particularly feared for their bowmen. This mounted spearman, ca. 5th century BC, is unsettling for a different reason. Look at what he uses for a saddle...

The Scythians were a people of the western steppes, around modern Ukraine/Turkey, though they spoke a language related to Persian, not Slavic. They were ferocious warriors, particularly feared for their bowmen.

Last Stand of the Gotland Militia; Visby, 29 July 1361 2

Medieval Scandinavian Armies - Last Stand of the Gotland Militia; Visby (on Gotland, Sweden), 29 July 1361 Osprey Publishing

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