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Hittites with some Mariannu prisoners. Illustration by Angel García Pinto.

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illustration of Richard Scollins showing Achaemenid persian warriors during the invasion of greece in the century BC

Let us take a gander at ten fascinating facts about the ancient Achaemenid Persian Empire and its grand multi-cultural army.

These were the soldier that would fight for Persia. They had many soldiers when fighting at war but, when it came to weaponry they weren't the best. That is how they lost a lot of men during the Persia vs.

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A meeting between the Psamtik II (595-589BCE), and an Ionian, or Carian, mercenary. These "Men of Bronze" were wooed by Psamtik with the promise of great rewards, and assisted in reconquering Egypt. There is still graffiti from these ancient Greeks at the Temple of Abul Simbel, where on famous inscription, on the leg of a statue of Ramses II, states, "Archon, son of Amoibichos, and Axe, son of nobody ('Pelechos son of Eudamos'), wrote this." Art by Johnny Shumate,
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A meeting between the Psamtik II (595-589BCE), and an Ionian, or Carian, mercenary. These "Men of Bronze" were wooed by Psamtik with the promise of great rewards, and assisted in reconquering Egypt. There is still graffiti from these ancient Greeks at the Temple of Abul Simbel, where on famous inscription, on the leg of a statue of Ramses II, states, "Archon, son of Amoibichos, and Axe, son of nobody ('Pelechos son of Eudamos'), wrote this." Art by Johnny Shumate,

A meeting between the Psamtik II (595-589BCE), and an Ionian, or Carian, mercenary. These "Men of Bronze" were wooed by Psamtik with the promise of great rewards, and assisted in reconquering Egypt. There is still graffiti from these ancient Greeks at the Temple of Abul Simbel, where on famous inscription, on the leg of a statue of Ramses II, states, "Archon, son of Amoibichos, and Axe, son of nobody ('Pelechos son of Eudamos'), wrote this." Art by Johnny Shumate,
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Fight between Mycaenean and Hittite warriors
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Palacio Imperial de Hattusa en su máximo esplendor
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Palacio Imperial de Hattusa en su máximo esplendor

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Minoans of Crete ~ "Sacrifice of bulls, animal symbol of the king. Another emblem of power was the double ax (the background), call labris. From this term derives the word 'labyrinth': The Palace of axes"
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Minoans of Crete ~ "Sacrifice of bulls, animal symbol of the king. Another emblem of power was the double ax (the background), call labris. From this term derives the word 'labyrinth': The Palace of axes"

Minoans of Crete ~ "Sacrifice of bulls, animal symbol of the king. Another emblem of power was the double ax (the background), call labris. From this term derives the word 'labyrinth': The Palace of axes"

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Iberian warriors preparing an ambush, can be seen With caetra and javelins, with Scutum and spears, another with round shield and soliferrum, in the background a rider With his horse lying down. Author Angus McBride for Osprey

Fight between Mycaenean and Hittite warriors, utilizing a mix of weapons and armor. Reconstruction by Hellenicarmors, of Mycaenean and Hittite armors and weapons.

Fight between Mycaenean and Hittite warriors, utilizing a mix of weapons and armor. Reconstruction by Hellenicarmors, of Mycaenean and Hittite armors and weapons.

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