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This sword, again brought to attention by Mr. Peter Raftos, could as easily be Roman as Avar (127cm long).

This thread is dedicated to Dr. Timothy Dawson without whose groundbreaking work in the field of history by reconstruction this thread would not be possible. I am deeply indebted to him for kindling

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Golden Horde warrior's armor (left)

during the century, the armor of a Tartar mounted warrior, one of those whose ancestors had invaded and destroyed the early-medieval.

Warriors of the Caucasus foothills in the second half of the fourteenth century. From left: Oglan - ensign (the Baghdad manuscript Haji Kirmani - 1390, now in the British Museum), Oglan - ensign (armor from the collections of the Hermitage in St. Petersburg), berlegbej Mamaj (military commander) of about 1370 (according to the thumbnails of album Sultan Mehmed Fatiga). Fig. M. Gorelik, army Mongol - Tatar X-XV.

Warriors of the Caucasus foothills in the second half of the fourteenth century. From left: Oglan - ensign (the Baghdad manuscript Haji Kirmani - 1390, now in the British Museum), Oglan - ensign (armor from the collections of the Hermitage in St. Petersburg), berlegbej Mamaj (military commander) of about 1370 (according to the thumbnails of album Sultan Mehmed Fatiga). Fig. M. Gorelik, army Mongol - Tatar X-XV.