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I'm only seeing that Photobucket 3rd party hosting image.Seek n Destroy said:Those are from Bishop's book irc and number 3 might be the sword from Delos. Still I think we should focus on xiphos type of swords and variants, I think those are more fitting for 3rd century B.C. Rome whilst other types are hard to pinpoint at which point they were adopted.
hope this helps...Seek n Destroy said:Imperial era gladius.
Hey that sounds like one of the famous sayings... A puppy victory? No. A putrid victory? Ah damnit, can't remember what it is Nice screenshots though!Tasty Leaf said:
Unfortunately, the battle is lost but the Macedonian forces have lost a significant portion of manpower to a much weaker army. They cannot afford to sustain such profligacy or Dionysius and the other Greek leaders will win the war.