Jan Lukáč

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The Viking Daneaxe ~ one of the most feared viking weapons, the Daneaxe had an average shaft length of 5 feet and a lightweight razorsharp blade.  Hacking your opponents could be done without them getting near.  A notorious historical tale tells about a single Berserker that killed approximately 500 Anglo-Saxons at the battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066.

The Viking Daneaxe ~ one of the most feared viking weapons, the Daneaxe had an average shaft length of 5 feet and a lightweight razorsharp blade. Hacking your opponents could be done without them getting near. A notorious historical tale tells about a s

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Byzantine Skoutatoi

Byzantine Skoutatoi

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Here's another batch of Armoured Combat Techniques - please let me know if you wish to see more! These are illustrations for the Armour Expansion . Armoured Combat Techniques Vol II

Ottoman Turks, Turkish Art, Ottoman Empire, Armour, Hat, Ottomans, Walls, Celtic, Motifs, Body Armor, Wands, Hats, Wall, Hipster Hat

The Vandals, under their King Gaiseric, remained unremittingly hostile to the western Roman state, taking Africa from the empire, raiding and briefly conquering Sicily and even sacking Rome in 456. They nonetheless ran a sophisticated Roman style state in Africa, and regularly engaged in Roman politics.

"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