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Onward and Upward - Carthaginian reenacting
Quote:Unfortunally all the pics are gone...
Which pictures are gone? I can see pictures in several links posted here..

The ones from Jacques Maréchal are certainly still there: http://www.pixures.be/web2012nasium/index.htm
Robert Vermaat
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FECTIO Late Romans
THE CAUSE OF WAR MUST BE JUST
(Maurikios-Strategikon, book VIII.2: Maxim 12)
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Hi Robert, the photos are back.
http://www.carthago-reconstitution.com/
i was talking about this link.
Very nice reconstructions.

@Tomasz: cool. Beautifull helmet
my warrior blog:
http://sardinianwarrior.blogspot.com/
My Sardinian archeology blog: http://archeosardinia.blogspot.com

Alessandro Atzeni. Nuragic, Roman and Medioeval reenactor.

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Hello everyone!

I've found a reference about Lancel's "Carthage", in wich the author write about a relief or a graffito from from Smirat in Tunisia, showing a warrior equipped as a light infantryman with a small round shield and a short, broad-bladed thrusting-spear.

Did anyone can find a picture of that?

Thank you very much!
Gioal Canestrelli "Caturix"

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Punic Settler Hoplite Sicily 4th. century BCE


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Punic Hoplite 4th century BCE
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Punic Infantry 216 BCE Before & in the Aftermath of the Great Battle at Cannae


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