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Punic War Elephant

Punic War Elephant

Elefantes cartagineses durante la revuelta de los mercenarios, 238 AC. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

Elefantes cartagineses durante la revuelta de los mercenarios, 238 AC. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

I wish I had the proper credit for the photo, because this is amazing!

I wish I had the proper credit for the photo, because this is amazing!

"Celtíberos cerca de Numancia, 134 aC", Angel Garcia Pinto

"Celtíberos cerca de Numancia, 134 aC", Angel Garcia Pinto

Croisades.

Croisades.

Roman soldiers, arms and armor

Roman soldiers, arms and armor

Imagen

Imagen

Vikingos

Vikingos

Sipahi, or cavalry soldier, Ottoman.

Sipahi, or cavalry soldier, Ottoman.

217 BC - During the Wars of the Diadochi at the Battle of Raphia, Ptolemy IV Philopator of Egypt with 70,000 infantry, 5,000 cavalry, and 73 war elephants fought the army of Antiochus III. The Antiochids suffered just under 10,000 foot dead, about 300 horse and 5 elephants; 4,000 men were taken prisoner. The Ptolemaic losses were 1,500 foot, 700 horse and 16 elephants. Most of the Antiochid elephants were taken by the Ptolemies.

217 BC - During the Wars of the Diadochi at the Battle of Raphia, Ptolemy IV Philopator of Egypt with 70,000 infantry, 5,000 cavalry, and 73 war elephants fought the army of Antiochus III. The Antiochids suffered just under 10,000 foot dead, about 300 horse and 5 elephants; 4,000 men were taken prisoner. The Ptolemaic losses were 1,500 foot, 700 horse and 16 elephants. Most of the Antiochid elephants were taken by the Ptolemies.

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