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Visigothic Roman cavalryman. The quid pro quo for allowing the Goths to settle on imperial land, remain armed and to not pay Roman taxes, was that they should contribute troops to the Roman Army. From the fourth to the sixth century, this is what they did, allowing many Goths to reach senior military rank and leading to great similarity between Roman and barbarian military forces and tactics.

Frankish warrior-The Franks were a Germanic tribe that settled in modern day France. The Franks became Francia which eventually led to the the name France

Vandals, a Germanic sub-tribe

Vandal and Alan warriors (North Africa, V century A.

Frankish warrior

blackpen shop - Merovingian nobleman, V - VII century.

Attila The Hun

Attilla by Pervandr on DeviantArt

SPAIN / Medieval - Visigoths horseman

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- Caballeria romana .Siglo V d.C. /tcc/

0400 : 0499 Roman cavalryman, century, CE by Jose Daniel Cabrera Peña

La Pintura y la Guerra

Mounted warrior of the Cherusci people. He has the characteristic Suebian knot and basic attire of the Germanic warrior.

Foreign influences: Germanic warriors & Palmyrene scout (cavalryman) 3rd Century AD

B:Foreign Influences.

Segle VI d.C. - Cavalleria Goda. Segurament no seria gaire diferent l'equipació dels Gots que juntament amb els Francs iniciaren al segle VIII la creació de la Marca Hispànica des de la Septimània, creant el Ducat de Gòthia.

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

Ángel García Pinto - Guerreros escitas, siglos VII-VI AC.                                                                                                                                                      Más

m Fighter Scale Armor Spear Sword horse m Ranger Leather Longbow horse Castle Basi Scythian warriors, cent. Artwork by Angel García Pinto.

Roman Cataphract late 3rd Century

0200 - 0299 Roman cataphract century AD by Igor Dzis

Apulian Horseman. It would seem likely that each Apulian Cavalryman would have equipped himself depending on his status. Generally the Apulian cavalry were well armed and extremely formidable.

It would seem likely that each Apulian Cavalryman would have equipped himself depending on his status. Generally the Apulian cavalry were well armed and extremely formidable.

Frankish cavalry

Frankish cavalry

Persian Sassanian Armies

Angus McBride - Persas sasánidas en arabia, c.

Varios guerreros bárbaros de la etapa inmediatamente posterior a la caída del imperio romano

VI - IX century invaders of the remains of the western and eastern Roman empires and Byzantium.

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