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Robert Môc a Henrieta Môcová - meČ

Robert Môc a Henrieta Môcová - meČ

Robert Moc Piast - Espada do século 11

Robert Moc Piast type sword -- Sword of the century found at Czersk Polski near Bydgoszcz

There was very little known about Slavs and their culture who lived in present day Mecklenburg, Western Pomerania until the end of the World War 2. During 2nd and 3rd Reich, for political reasons, archaeological artefacts found in these areas were attributed to ‘German Vikings’ instead of the confederation of western Slavic tribes known as Obodrites.    The landmarks such as ramparts of Mecklenburg, Dobin, Ilow, Quetzin, Teterow, Werle and others from the period during which the region was…

There was very little known about Slavs and their culture who lived in present day Mecklenburg, Western Pomerania until the end of the World War 2. During 2nd and 3rd Reich, for political reasons, archaeological artefacts found in these areas were attributed to ‘German Vikings’ instead of the confederation of western Slavic tribes known as Obodrites. The landmarks such as ramparts of Mecklenburg, Dobin, Ilow, Quetzin, Teterow, Werle and others from the period during which the region was…

New and modern equipment of the Russian forces. Infographic from Itar-Tass for the 9 May Victory Parade

New and modern equipment of the Russian forces. Infographic from Itar-Tass for the 9 May Victory Parade Más

(10 non lus) - SFR Mail | Mail

A great poster of the Tanks and armored vehicles used by both the Allies and the Axis Powers during WWII! Perfect for history classrooms. Check out the rest o

Bagira sword - From an archeological site in Central Tuva, Russia (Могильник Эйлиг-Хем III, 1965) 9thC, with an inscription in Arabic

Bagira sword - From an archeological site in Central Tuva, Russia (Могильник Эйлиг-Хем III, with an inscription in Arabic

Ejemplo de pugio de época imperial, el pequeño puñal que portaban todos los soldados de las legiones romanas. - Portal Clásico

An original Roman pugio with a Type B blade and a Type A scabbard. The pugio was a dagger used by Roman soldiers as a sidearm. It seems likely that the pugio was intended as an auxiliary weapon. Very nice shape for being almost two thousand years old.

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