Hungarian warrior

"Victory to Treyarch!" the soldier shouted as his horse reared in excitement. Arthur pushed himself to his knees, his arm burning where a sword at gotten a bit too close. Treyarch had betrayed them. He would never be able to see Saika again.

Anonymous painting of Cai Wenji and her Xiongnu husband (Zuoxianwang) dated from the Southern Song DynastyCai Yan (birth and death dates unknown), style name Wenji, was a Han Dynasty poet and musician. She was the daughter of Cai Yong. Her style name was originally Zhaoji, but was changed to Wenji during the Jin Dynasty to avoid a naming conflict with Sima Zhao, the father of the Jin Dynasty’s founding emperor Sima Yan. Cai spent part of her life as a prisoner of the Xiongnu until the…

Anonymous painting of Cai Wenji and her Xiongnu husband (Zuoxianwang) dated from the Southern Song Dynasty Cai Yan (birth and death dates unknown), style name Wenji, was a Han Dynasty poet and.

Hun crown Xiongnu (Eastern Hun) Culture  (403-221 BCE) Gold, turquoise H: 7.1 cm; D: 16.5 cm From Aluchaideng Site in the Ordos   This gold headdress is divided into two parts, a cap and headband. The cap is decorated with the image of four wolves attacking four rams. It is mounted with bird, probably an eagle or some other bird of prey,     https://www.facebook.com/471293382970079/photos/a.587121564720593.1073741851.471293382970079/679111845521564/?type=1&theater

Hun crown Xiongnu (Eastern Hun) Culture BCE) Gold, turquoise H: cm…

8th century fresco at Mogao Caves near Dunhuang in Gansu Province. Depiction of the Han Emperor Wu worshiping statues of the Buddha. Attached textual description of Han Wudi worshiping golden men brought in 120 BC by a great Han general in his campaigns against the nomads:  "汉武帝将其部—讨匈奴并得到二金长丈金—之—甘泉宫帝———常行拜—时" "Emperor Han Wudi directed his troops to fight the XiongNu and obtained two large golden statues that he displayed in the Ganquan Palace and regularly worshipped."

Fresco describing Emperor Han Wudi BCE) worshipping two statues of the Buddha, Mogao Caves, Dunhuang, century CE

Dagger Xiongnu, 5th century BCE The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Dagger Xiongnu, century BCE The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The Xiongnu civilization and the Han Empire in conflict (李陵)

The Xiongnu civilization and the Han Empire in conflict (李陵)

La Gran Muralla de China está calificada como una de las #MaravillasDelMundo. Es una antigua fortificación china construida y reconstruida entre el siglo V a. C. y el siglo XVI (Edad Moderna) para proteger la frontera norte del Imperio chino durante las sucesivas dinastías imperiales de los ataques de los nómadas xiongnu de Mongolia y Manchuria.

La Gran Muralla de China está calificada como una de las #MaravillasDelMundo. Es una antigua fortificación china construida y reconstruida entre el siglo V a. C. y el siglo XVI (Edad Moderna) para proteger la frontera norte del Imperio chino durante las sucesivas dinastías imperiales de los ataques de los nómadas xiongnu de Mongolia y Manchuria.

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