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Hello friends, this is my new 3d model Legate’s Set for Iron Blade game, for the Gameloft company. Swords for this set did my colleague https://www.artstation.com/artwork/xzOkK1 , concept by Denys Khayrulin. All shots were done in V-ray. Character shares

Hello friends, this is my new 3d model Legate’s Set for Iron Blade game, for the Gameloft company. Swords for this set did my colleague https://www.artstation.com/artwork/xzOkK1 , concept by Denys Khayrulin. All shots were done in V-ray. Character shares

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Page 1 of 7 - Real Roman Armor - posted in New Vegas Mod Requests: Did you notice that the Legion has very ornately minted coins with fine inscriptions in them? This fact means that Caesar must have machine shops with electric power somewhere in his Empire. This also means that the Legion could also be able to make cleaner and more authentic armor for their soldiers, right? For some reason, it bothers me that the Legionaries wear such cobbled-together-looking armor, despite that they must...

Somatophylakes of Macedon | The most famous body of somatophylakes were those of Philip II of Macedon and Alexander the Great. They consisted of seven men, drawn from the Macedonian nobility, who also acted as high-ranking military officers, holding command positions such as general or chiliarch.

Somatophylakes of Macedon | The most famous body of somatophylakes were those of Philip II of Macedon and Alexander the Great. They consisted of seven men, drawn from the Macedonian nobility, who also acted as high-ranking military officers, holding command positions such as general or chiliarch.

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ArtStation - Late Roman 'Burgh Castle' Helmet Varients, Robbie McSweeney

Late Roman 'Burgh Castle' Helmet Varients by Robbie McSweeney on ArtStation.