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Show here your Byzantine warrior impression
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Patrick Urquhart
aka Ingvar Carnifex
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#17
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Patrick Urquhart
aka Ingvar Carnifex
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#18
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Patrick Urquhart
aka Ingvar Carnifex
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#19
Hi Ingvar, I'm one of the NEMAS folks who fought with you at the Abbey, I too have a good Abbey photo....
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#20
Sorry, the photo didn't come up in the last post

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#21
That looked like one heck of a fight.
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#22
It was definitely one heck of a fight! LOL! :mrgreen: Here is an another good shot of Ingvar in his Byzantine armour :grin: Thanks Gabe for your photo too!


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#23
Hi everyone, I have made a short documantary on the battle of Dyrrhachium of the year 1081ad; it was a battle between the Byzantine Empire and those bloody Normans. Anyway there are a few inacuracies and anachranisms, this is due to an infuriating lack of resources and my film school teachers insisting that I dumn it down for a less interlectual audience. So pease enjoy... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNWuHQW5iyo
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#24
Quote:So pease enjoy...
Nice! I liked how you 'copied' a few men into a nice battle-line.. :mrgreen:
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#25
Reconstruction of a Byzantine Emperor. Armot based on Saint Nestor Klibanion fron Kastoria Monastery (10th century )!Around 300 Bronze and copper hammered lamellars.The set is being accompanied with Kremasmata armor. Heavy Imperial Klibanion -around 14 kilos and made by Hellenicarmors.gr

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Very nice one!
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#27
A better view of Dimitris' Masterpiece worn by his distinguished client:


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#28
The armour is excellent! Nice to see the images in the metal!
How is arm movement with the shoulder armour? Free and easy?
Visne partem mei capere? Comminus agamus! * Me semper rogo, Quid faceret Iulius Caesar? * Confidence is a good thing! Overconfidence is too much of a good thing.
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#29
Hellenic Horseback Archery Society from a traditional archery meeting in Konstantinoupoli.
Late Byzantine Era Archers


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#30
Good photos; thanks for sharing.

Any mounted ones or does traditional mean they were on foot for this meeting?

It would be interesting to see the gentleman in the full mail shirt on his horse if there is one? (Well, all of them really, but that in particular. I'm curious about side and front vents and how much upper leg protection you do or don't get).
Moi Watson

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