Greek hoplite (5th century BC)
Ancient Greek heavy infantryman.
Hoplīts, Grieķu hoplite, smagie ieroči, Grieķija, sengrieķu, grieķu, cīņa, kauja, karš, kaujas, karavīrs, ierocis, Vairogs, zobens, bruņas, šķēps, krūšu krāsa, ķivere, ugunsdzēsējs, tuvplānā cīnās, senatne
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