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Show here your Greek warrior impression
#76
I hate new Yahoo settings
Please check these links:
http://new.photos.yahoo.com/hoplite14gr ... 87750749/1

http://new.photos.yahoo.com/hoplite14gr ... 87742845/0

Kind regards
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#77
Nice pics Stefane!
Cheers!
Ioannis Georganas, PhD
Secretary and Newsletter Editor
The Society of Ancient Military Historians
http://www.ancientmilitaryhistorians.org/


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#78
Thanks for the new postings Stefanos.
Kallimachos a.k.a. Kurt

Athina Itonia
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#79
nice pics. thanks Stefanos
RESTITVTOR LIBERTATIS ET ROMANAE RELIGIONIS

DEDITICIVS MINERVAE ET MVSARVM

[Micha F.]
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#80
Jiassou,
here are some new impressions from our latest meeting.

http://www.hetairoi.de/zenphoto/
Kallimachos a.k.a. Kurt

Athina Itonia
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#81
Kalimera Kurt

Well done! - love the thracian boots!!

Mark
Noli Nothis permittere te terere!!

Mark.
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#82
Quote:Nice pics Stefane!
Cheers!

They're the ones Mark was asking me about earlier on this Forum, taken at Cliveden in England this year. Thanks for posting them, Stefane.
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#83
Some lovely bits of kit there, Kurt, well done! Where's your linothorax?
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#84
Quote:Where's your linothorax?
Still in progress, a friend of mine is doing the work :-) )
Hope to have it in spring.
Kallimachos a.k.a. Kurt

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#85
Cretan Archer officer
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#86
Phokian Peltast with catured Asiatic shield leading a hoplite detail
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#87
Really nice pics Stefane!

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Ioannis Georganas, PhD
Secretary and Newsletter Editor
The Society of Ancient Military Historians
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#88
Mean looking mercenaries of Agesilaos
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#89
Hoplite. The background is Platea!
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#90
Here is the photo taken earlier this year when Andrew's Dendra Panoply first arrived. This thread is as good a spot as any to post it. More details here.
http://z8.invisionfree.com/Bronze_Age_C ... c=347&st=0
Note the shorts worn underneath. I'm still trying to find a decent chiton to wear underneath. I'll also need to add some padding on the shoulders since virtually all the weight is born here.
Author: Bronze Age Military Equipment, Pen & Sword Books
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