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A Late Roman Folding Iron Chair For A Field Commander, 3rd/4th Stock Photo, Picture And Royalty Free Image. Pic. 31665123

Stock Photo - A late Roman folding iron chair for a field commander, century A. Iron with silver inlay. Folding frame of flat bars w

A Folding Iron Chair For A Field Commander, Presumably Late Roman Stock Photo, Picture And Royalty Free Image. Pic. 31694602

Stock Photo - A folding iron chair for a field commander, presumably late Roman. Iron with silver inlay. Folding frame of flat rectangular bar

sella castrensis - . Late Roman/Early Byzantine, 3rd - 4th century A.D. Iron with fine bronze and silver inlay. Height 50 cm. Element dimensions 63 x 39 cm. During the Roman Republican and Imperial periods, The iron field chair, the so-called "sella castrensis" was particularly common for military authority and essentially reserved for commanders in the field.

Roman iron folding seat dating from century AD, iron with fine bronze and silver inlay.

Photo by Soren Strandby: "My take on Hans Sebald Beham's 'Landsknecht'. Ledergoller, low-cut shirt, and nice, big hat are still in the works. Picture was taken at Voergaard Castle in Denmark together with my group, Freie Rostocker Fähnlein."

Photo by Soren Strandby: "My take on Hans Sebald Beham's 'Landsknecht'. Ledergoller, low-cut shirt, and nice, big hat are still in the works. Picture was taken at Voergaard Castle in Denmark together with my group, Freie Rostocker Fähnlein.

The sword of Grutte Pier: In the collection of the Fries Museum, there is a…

Long swords, designed to be held using both hands, first became fashionable in the early 1400s. In 1510 King Henry VIII himself fought in a tournament with a two-handed sword. This one was found in the Thames near Kew, and probably dates from around 1450. It is similar to one, now in the Royal Armouries, found with other weapons in the river Dordogne in France, close to the site of the Battle of Castillon of 1453. Production Date: Late Medieval; mid 15th century

Long swords, designed to be held using both hands, first became fashionable in the early In 1510 King Henry VIII himself fought in a tournament with a two-handed sword. This one was found in the Thames near Kew, and probably dates from around

A wonderful example of a viking silver bracelet made from a single band of metal, with punched decoration covering the outside of the piece. Found in Northern Norfolk,

A wonderful example of a viking silver bracelet made from a single band of metal, with punched decoration covering the outside of the piece. Found in Northern Norfolk, probably near Burnham Market, or century. The punched decoration is of a c