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Konstantinus suuri ja kristusmonogrammi.

Roman Emperor Son of army officer,raised under guideance of emperor Diocletian. During his reign, the Roman Empire was united under one man, . Constantine the Great

Low ranking officer of the Danube Legions during the Reign of Emperor Justinian.(6th century AD)

Low ranking officer of the Danube Legions during the Reign of Emperor century AD)

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Emperor Basileios II (r. 976-1025 AD).

Roman /Byzantine armour (Romans, economic, state, empire) - History -U.

Skutatos, 11th-12th centuries; Skutatos, c.950; Peltastos, c.975; Skutatos, 10th century

Christian Warriors of the Byzantine Empire, the Roman Empire during the Middle Ages. X Century AD.

Constantine XI Palaiologos, last Eastern Roman Emperor, makes a final prayer before the Ottoman attack on Constantinople, 1453.

Constantine XI Palaiologos, last Eastern Roman Emperor, makes a final prayer before the Ottoman attack on Constantinople, When the battle was over, they were only able to identify his body by the imperial Eagles on his boots.

Emperor Vasilaeios (Basil) II on campaign in Georgia, 1020.

1020 "Emperor Basil II in full armour: The Georgian Campaign, Giuseppe Rava

The Emperor Basil II at the walls of Ohrid, 1018" La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

The Emperor Basil II at the walls of Ohrid, La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

Parade of troops in front of the emperor

Byzantine Army Military parade in front of the Emperor Byzantine Army, especially in late era, were more likely army of mercenar.

Pronoiarioi and Akritoi - Defenders of the empire in the 12th century

Akritoi or Akrites meaning those who live in the borders were soldiers/farmers who were defending the borders of the Byantine empire.

Coronation of an Emperor.

Georgios Maniakes, general of the Byzantine army. He celebrated in 1031 a reflection of Edessa from the Arab hands. In 1043 he became catechist of southern Italy. Here: the act of his coronation

Flavius Belisarius (Βελισάριος, c. 505 – 565) was probably born in Germane or Germania, a fortified town, in the borders of Thrace and Paeonia. Born into an Illyrian or Thracian family of possible Gothic ancestry, he spoke Latin as a mother tongue and became a Roman soldier as a young man, serving as bodyguard of Emperor Justin I.

December 9 536 Byzantine General Belisarius conquered Rome, which had been occupied by the Ostrogoths, claiming Italy for the Byzantine.

Chute de Constantinople (mardi 29 mai 1453), Constantin XI au combat, quelques instants avant sa mort.

Constantine XI Dragases Palaiologos, Latinized as Palaeologus was the last reigning Byzantine Emperor, reigning as a member of the Palaiologos dynasty from 1449 to his death in battle at the fall of Constantinople.

Army on the Danube, late 6th Century

Graham Sumner - Emperor Mauricius' army on the Danube, late VI Century AD.

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