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Fourth and fifth century Roman troops. What remains a mystery is the sudden disappearance of effective Roman fighting troops outside Italia in the West by the late fifth century, while in the East, the foundations were being laid for the highly capable armies that reconquered much of the west under Justinian and brought the Persian Empire to its knees under Heraclius.

Fourth and fifth century Roman troops. What remains a mystery is the sudden disappearance of effective Roman fighting troops outside Italia in the West by the late fifth century, while in the East, the foundations were being laid for the highly capable armies that reconquered much of the west under Justinian and brought the Persian Empire to its knees under Heraclius.

sailor moon- I blame Jennifer Clark

sailor moon- I blame Jennifer Clark

https://flic.kr/p/7NrBQE | roman emperor  | illustration of graham sumner showing the roman emperor Constantius II the son of Constantine I with his bodyguard

https://flic.kr/p/7NrBQE | roman emperor | illustration of graham sumner showing the roman emperor Constantius II the son of Constantine I with his bodyguard

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Seán Ó'Brógáin - La caballería de Constantino luchando en el puente Milvio, 312 DC.

Seán Ó'Brógáin - La caballería de Constantino luchando en el puente Milvio, 312 DC.

byzantine army archer of emperor Justinian I in the 6th century AD

byzantine army archer of emperor Justinian I in the 6th century AD

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Genuine WW2 issue Mark I Trench Knife by atomiccheesegod Knife Pics

German invasion of Roman Gaul. On New Year's Eve 406/407 an unremittingly…

German invasion of Roman Gaul. On New Year's Eve 406/407 an unremittingly…

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Fili's Erebor armor details and sword

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