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Read this issue to learn more about how the Roman Republic conquered the Iberian peninsula in the second century BC.

Left- Mongolian heavy cavalry, right- Sassanid/Persian Clibanarius | Steppe History Forum

Left- Mongolian heavy cavalry, right- Sassanid/Persian Clibanarius

The horse is prepared for the day of battle, but the victory belongs to the Lord. Proverbs 21:31

The horse is prepared for the day of battle, but the victory belongs to the Lord.

Roman catapult. A catapult is any siege engine which uses an arm to hurl a projectile. The Roman version was called an onager. Projectiles included both arrows and (later) stones.:

A catapult is any siege engine which uses an arm to hurl a projectile. The Roman version was called an onager. Projectiles included both arrows and (later) stones.

late Roman soldiers ca 4th to early 5th centuries; they could pass for post Roman

Late Roman soldiers ca to early centuries; they could pass for post Roman British warriors as well.

A Sassanid general atop an Elephant is hailed by two Persian Clibinarii.

شاهنشاهى ساسانيان Reconstruction of a Sassanid cataphract - Soldiers Sassanid Kingdom - Iran

Late Roman Civil War by Fall3NAiRBoRnE.deviantart.com on @deviantART

The Battle of the Milvian Bridge took place between the Roman Emperors…cf Raphaël Santi (ou Sanzio) la bataille du pont Milvio (ou Milvian) dans la chambre de Constantin, Vatican

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