Vladimír Dlhý

Vladimír Dlhý

I collect pictures of various stuff from past.My speciality are Scythians. I hope that my pins will be usefull for those interested in history.
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Mycenaean Fresco wall painting of a Mycenaean with horse & wild boar hunting dog from the Tiryns, Greece. 14th-13th c. BC. NAMA

Mycenaean Fresco wall painting of a Mycenaean with horse & wild boar hunting dog from the Tiryns, Greece. 14th-13th c. BC. NAMA

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Fotoportalen UNIMUS

Fotoportalen UNIMUS

Escudos romanos

Escudos romanos

A closer look at the distinguishing features of Corinthian and Attic helmets

A closer look at the distinguishing features of Corinthian and Attic helmets

Greek Helmet evolution II by hoplites

Greek Helmet evolution II by hoplites

Símbolos en los Escutum romanos | Mundo Historia

Símbolos en los Escutum romanos | Mundo Historia

Laura Perry said: The garments in this image are a fairly accurate rendition of the late palatial era women's clothing from Crete and Akrotiri. There was a tunic as the base layer, all one piece that was worn open on top. Over that was a wrap-around skirt that had several layers or flounces and was tied at the waist. Fabric from this era would have been woven on a warp-weighted loom and was probably 2 to 3 feet wide, so it would be fairly easy to make a flounced skirt from those widt

Laura Perry said: The garments in this image are a fairly accurate rendition of the late palatial era women's clothing from Crete and Akrotiri. There was a tunic as the base layer, all one piece that was worn open on top. Over that was a wrap-around skirt that had several layers or flounces and was tied at the waist. Fabric from this era would have been woven on a warp-weighted loom and was probably 2 to 3 feet wide, so it would be fairly easy to make a flounced skirt from those widt

Corinthian helmet evolution Greek helmets of the types found in Thrace, shown in chronological order, from Peter Connolly's Greece and Rome at War. The Chalcidian type is on the left, and the Corinthian type on the right, becoming the Attic and Thracian types at the bottom.

Corinthian helmet evolution Greek helmets of the types found in Thrace, shown in chronological order, from Peter Connolly's Greece and Rome at War. The Chalcidian type is on the left, and the Corinthian type on the right, becoming the Attic and Thracian types at the bottom.

Alessandro Magno attacca Tebe che dopo averlo creduto morto si oppose al potere Macedone

Alessandro Magno attacca Tebe che dopo averlo creduto morto si oppose al potere Macedone