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Helmet Spanish, probably Nasrid period, late 15th century. This helmet is traditionally said to have been that of Abu'Abd Allah Muhammad, known in the West as Boabdil, the last Nasrid King of Granada reing in 1482-83 and again 1487-92. The only known example of armor from the entire Nasrid period in Sapain (1290-1492) METROPOLITAN MUSEUM

Helmet Spanish, probably Nasrid period, late 15th century. This helmet is traditionally said to have been that of Abu'Abd Allah Muhammad, known in the West as Boabdil, the last Nasrid King of Granada reing in 1482-83 and again 1487-92. The only known example of armor from the entire Nasrid period in Sapain (1290-1492) METROPOLITAN MUSEUM

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

Richard Hook illustration portraying Praetorian Guardsmen

Richard Hook illustration portraying Praetorian Guardsmen

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A Roman Marine of the First Century BCE. The Romans in particular, being initially inexperienced at sea combat, relied upon boarding actions to carry the day. Here a marine attends to a wound after a successful action. "Soldado de la flota romana" ( Marek Szyszko )

A Roman Marine of the First Century BCE. The Romans in particular, being initially inexperienced at sea combat, relied upon boarding actions to carry the day. Here a marine attends to a wound after a successful action. "Soldado de la flota romana" ( Marek Szyszko )

hird-Line Legionary, Triarius

hird-Line Legionary, Triarius

Ottoman Fire-Brigade soldiers.

Ottoman Fire-Brigade soldiers.

"Caesar at Munda" by Peter Dennis. The Battle of Munda took place on March 17, 45 BCE on the plains of Munda, modern southern Spain. This was the last battle of Julius Caesar's civil war against the republican armies of the Optimate leaders and the bloodiest and most vicious battle of Caesar's life. After this victory, and the deaths of Titus Labienus and Gnaeus Pompeius (Pompey's oldest son), Caesar was free to return to Rome and govern as dictator.

"Caesar at Munda" by Peter Dennis. The Battle of Munda took place on March 17, 45 BCE on the plains of Munda, modern southern Spain. This was the last battle of Julius Caesar's civil war against the republican armies of the Optimate leaders and the bloodiest and most vicious battle of Caesar's life. After this victory, and the deaths of Titus Labienus and Gnaeus Pompeius (Pompey's oldest son), Caesar was free to return to Rome and govern as dictator.

Henriette Mary of France with her husband, the English King Charles I.

Henriette Mary of France with her husband, the English King Charles I.

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