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"Mycenean warriors hunting lions in Argolis, 15th century BC", Giuseppe Rava

"Mycenean warriors hunting lions in Argolis, century BC", Giuseppe Rava - wanted to place here just because still within Bronze age realm.

Sassanid Persian Clibanarius, 200 A.D. to 600 A.D., precursor to the European knights of the Middle Ages. All this heritage was swept away after the islamic conquest of Iran. The Sassanids were Zoroastrians, like their predecessors' the Achaemenids and the Parthians, who ruled Iran from 500 B.C. to 600 A.D.

Persian Sassanid to in heavy armour, precursor of the European knights of the Middle Ages. The Sassanids were Zoroastrians like their predecessors' the Achaemenids and the Parthians, who ruled Iran from 500 BC to 600 AD.

Ziggurat of Ur

In the Fertile Crescent, the first civilizations used clay to construct large buildings, which were architectural breakthroughs at that time.

The main gate, the Lion Gate of Hattuscha, capital of the Hittite empire, 1,400 B.C. - art by Sascha Lunyakov

The main gate, the Lion Gate of Hattuscha, capital of the Hittite empire, B. - art by Sascha Lunyakov

Messerschmitt Me 262A-1a "Schwalbe", III./EJG 2, Lechfeld 1945

Messerschmitt Me 262A-1a "Schwalbe", III./EJG 2, Lechfeld 1945

German Me163 Komet

Over 300 aircraft were built, but the Komet proved ineffective as a fighter and was responsible for the destruction of only about nine Allied aircraft. air victories for 10 losses, according to other sources.