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Pictures of Steppe Warriors | Steppe History Forum

Pictures of Steppe Warriors | Steppe History Forum

Oficial romano al frente de sus tropas de caballería durante el Bajo Imperio. http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=87&t=16979&p=894581#p894581

Oficial romano al frente de sus tropas de caballería durante el Bajo Imperio. http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=87&t=16979&p=894581#p894581

Fully funcional custom swords with high carbon steel blades

Fully funcional custom swords with high carbon steel blades

DIY Ways To Make Traveling Suck Less 8 Suitcase Hacks For Frequent Travellers [Infographic] | Lifehacker Australia

DIY Ways To Make Traveling Suck Less 8 Suitcase Hacks For Frequent Travellers [Infographic] | Lifehacker Australia

Hanging gardens by PatrickMcEvoy.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Hanging gardens by PatrickMcEvoy.deviantart.com on @deviantART

me gusta la historia de primero: agosto 2012

me gusta la historia de primero: agosto 2012

Babylon was a city-state of ancient Mesopotamia, the remains of which are found in present-day Al Hillah, Babil Province, Iraq,..

Babylon was a city-state of ancient Mesopotamia, the remains of which are found in present-day Al Hillah, Babil Province, Iraq,..

Victory Stele of Naram-Sin, king of Akkad. c. 2250 BCE. Brought from Sippar to Susa in the 12th century BCE. Restored in 1992 CE. (Louvre Museum, Paris). Naram-Sin (reigned 2261-2224 BCE) was the last great king of the Akkadian Empire and grandson of Sargon the Great (reigned 2334-2279 BCE) who founded the empire. Learn more about Naram-Sin at the Ancient History Encyclopedia: http://www.ancient.eu/Naram-Sin/

Victory Stele of Naram-Sin, king of Akkad. c. 2250 BCE. Brought from Sippar to Susa in the 12th century BCE. Restored in 1992 CE. (Louvre Museum, Paris). Naram-Sin (reigned 2261-2224 BCE) was the last great king of the Akkadian Empire and grandson of Sargon the Great (reigned 2334-2279 BCE) who founded the empire. Learn more about Naram-Sin at the Ancient History Encyclopedia: http://www.ancient.eu/Naram-Sin/