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Quilted armor for man and horse. Mounted Bornu warrior from Northern Nigeria, late 19th century. The Bornu Empire was founded c. 1400 in what is now Northeast Nigeria and endured until the late 19th century. By the 16th century, strong Arab and Turkish military influence led to the development of a fearsome, elite, armored Bornu cavalry.

Quilted armor for man and horse. Mounted Bornu warrior from Northern Nigeria, late 19th century. The Bornu Empire was founded c. 1400 in what is now Northeast Nigeria and endured until the late 19th century. By the 16th century, strong Arab and Turkish military influence led to the development of a fearsome, elite, armored Bornu cavalry.

Mongol with sword, shield, and bow.

Mongol with sword, shield, and bow.

Africa | Warriors Shield. Soga culture, Sudan | ca. 19th century | Wood and…

Africa | Warriors Shield. Soga culture, Sudan | ca. 19th century | Wood and…

Mounted Bornu warrior wearing mail armor and wielding a lance. The Bornu Empire was founded c. 1400 in what is now Northeast Nigeria and endured until the late 19th century. By the 16th century, strong Arab and Turkish military influence led to the development of a fearsome, elite, armored Bornu cavalry.

Mounted Bornu warrior wearing mail armor and wielding a lance. The Bornu Empire was founded c. 1400 in what is now Northeast Nigeria and endured until the late 19th century. By the 16th century, strong Arab and Turkish military influence led to the development of a fearsome, elite, armored Bornu cavalry.

Paul Jouve

Paul Jouve

warriors of the Maya Empire

warriors of the Maya Empire

le pourpoint de Charles VI - from Savoie Médiévale

le pourpoint de Charles VI - from Savoie Médiévale

Sudanese quilted armor for horse and warrior, displayed in the British Museum, captured from the army of Mahdi Muhammad Ahmad ibn ‘Abd Allah (Battle of Omdurman,1898). Made from several pieces of coloured cloth sewn together, stuffed with kapok (wool-like strands that surround the seeds of the silk cotton tree) creating a heavy garment.

Sudanese quilted armor for horse and warrior, displayed in the British Museum, captured from the army of Mahdi Muhammad Ahmad ibn ‘Abd Allah (Battle of Omdurman,1898). Made from several pieces of coloured cloth sewn together, stuffed with kapok (wool-like strands that surround the seeds of the silk cotton tree) creating a heavy garment.

Russian Warriors by Angus McBride

Russian Warriors by Angus McBride

Richard Buchta - Nyam-Nyam Warriors, from The History of Mankind, Vol.III, by Prof. Friedrich Ratzel, 1898 - Zande people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Richard Buchta - Nyam-Nyam Warriors, from The History of Mankind, Vol.III, by Prof. Friedrich Ratzel, 1898 - Zande people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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