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Richard Hook - Soldados de caballería hispano-alemanes, finales del siglo XVI

Medievales Del Ejército,Xii De,Au Xviii,Uniformes Militares,Soldados,Guerras 1494 1559,Ejércitos Renacimiento,Después,Italia

Ingleses y escoceses de la batalla de Flodden, 1513 - (¿autor?)

The Troops of The Armada; L to R Spanish Light Pikeman, Spanish Ensign and Spanish officer

Landschneckt (mercenaries of Swiss and German origin) infantry armor. Renaissance. -DK

Spanish soldier of the "II Tercio de Asturias" (1690)

The Savoyard helms - a type of closed burgonet in use in the XVIIth century, it was also called the death’s head helmet in German and the Tête de cul in French

Cavalry from the Balkans. These ligh cavalrymen, Stradiots, were employed by many of the Italian states and were used by the French, who took them to France for employ against the English.