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Another illustration for the Medieval Warfare Magazine.

This one depicts a very interesting moment in history, when firearms were a major factor in dealing a devastating blow. In order not to bore you to death: from then on, a lot less cutting, stabbing and galloping, and a lot bore bang-bang and boom-boom.
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Centrefold for an article by Stephen Bennett in issue 2, volume 3 of (and ) Medieval Warfare Magazine. The Battle of Arsuf was a battle of the Third Crusade in which Richard I of England defeated Saladin in Palestine, in 1191. The image features Jacques de Avesnes in the foreground, Philippe of Dreux, the bishop of Beauvais with mace, and Count Robert II de dreux armed with a sword in the background.
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17 century arms.
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Roman Cav. IV-V Century AD
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..in which the brave Greek hoplites face their enemy - a fruit salad. Painted for the "Henchmen of Ares" book about Ancient Greek warfare.
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This one was called Battala Camps Catalaunicos
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This warrior's armor is very iranid, european influenced. ( From Golden Horde and Il-Khan )
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Battle of Nisibus 217 AD
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Late Roman Civil War. This is the Battle of Milvian Bridge, 4th Century AD, with Constantine's troops.
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Painted for the "Henchmen of Ares" book about Ancient Greek warfare.
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