Hispania Romana - Roma y Cartago se disputaron el Mediterráneo occidental en las Guerras Púnicas, conflicto que tuvieron como escenario clave la península ibérica. El general romano Escipión con un ejército de 28.000 infantes y 3.000 jinetes asedió Qart Hadasht (hoy Cartagena), ciudad portuária fundada por Amílcar Barca, padre de Aníbal, los romanos lograron entrar en la ciudad, saqueandola y sometiendola.- Masacre en las calles de Cartago Nova, 209 aC.

Roman troops rape and pillage new Carthage, 209 B. - art by Ángel García Pinto

Legionario y Centurión en el siglo I a.C., por Ángel García Pinto. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

Auxiliary soldier and centurion, cent. - art by Angel García Pinto

Scene of the Roman - Dacian Wars - In the Woods - http://www.inblogg.com/scene-of-the-roman-dacian-wars-in-the-woods/

“The Second Roman–Dacian War” Nikolay Zubkov (Николай Зубков)

REPUBLICAN 10TH LEGION

Roman legionary from the time of Julius Caesar - illustration de V.

Battle of Rome 537 AD (at the Salarian Bridge)

Battle of Rome 537 AD (at the Salarian Bridge) which resulted in East Roman victory and the first Byzantine capture of the former imperial capital from the Ostrogothic state.

A raiding party of Iberian warriors. The warriors are waiting for the perfect moment to attack. They are wear different equipment, some based on Celtic models while other is purely Iberian. Some more equipment is Greek in origin. Art by Angel Garcia Pinto.

A raiding party of Iberian warriors. The warriors are waiting for the perfect moment to attack. They are wear different equipment, some based on Celtic models while other is purely Iberian. Some more equipment is Greek in origin.

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