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"Българската конница, излизаща от Царевград, Търнов" художник Васил Горанов/ Bulgarian cavalry coming out from Tsarevgrad, Veliko Tarnovo painter Vasil Goranov

"Българската конница, излизаща от Царевград, Търнов" художник Васил Горанов/ Bulgarian cavalry coming out from Tsarevgrad, Veliko Tarnovo painter Vasil Goranov

The army of Antiochus the Great

The army of Antiochus the Great

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Two Peloponnesian era-hoplites. At the top right, a Spartan sporting the locks that Lakedaemonians are famous for, as well as a pilos helm. The bottom left portrays a hoplite in a standard tube and yoke with a Chalcidian helmet, and bearing a cockerel as his episemon, which could show him as being a native of Amyklai. The description of the art however, identifies him as a perioikoi. Art by Steve Noon

Two Peloponnesian era-hoplites. At the top right, a Spartan sporting the locks that Lakedaemonians are famous for, as well as a pilos helm. The bottom left portrays a hoplite in a standard tube and yoke with a Chalcidian helmet, and bearing a cockerel as his episemon, which could show him as being a native of Amyklai. The description of the art however, identifies him as a perioikoi. Art by Steve Noon

Hoplita griego, posiblemente ateniense, dado el adorno semejante al Sol de Vergina que lleva en las hombreras, símbolo que ya era conocido en Grecia antes de su difusión durante el Imperio Macedonio. Cortesía de Christos Giannopoulos.

Hoplita griego, posiblemente ateniense, dado el adorno semejante al Sol de Vergina que lleva en las hombreras, símbolo que ya era conocido en Grecia antes de su difusión durante el Imperio Macedonio. Cortesía de Christos Giannopoulos.

"Battle of Leuctra: The Thebans are shown charging at the Spartan lines"

"Battle of Leuctra: The Thebans are shown charging at the Spartan lines"

Filipo II de Macedonia. Herida del ojo. Asedio de Metone.

Filipo II de Macedonia. Herida del ojo. Asedio de Metone.

Battaglia delle Termopili del 191 a.C. tra Seleucidi e Romani, terminata con la vittoria dei secondi grazie alla conoscenza del passo di montagna che aveva permesso ai persiani di batteri le forze greche nel 480.

Battaglia delle Termopili del 191 a.C. tra Seleucidi e Romani, terminata con la vittoria dei secondi grazie alla conoscenza del passo di montagna che aveva permesso ai persiani di batteri le forze greche nel 480.