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Warriors and Weapons of Early Times in Color…
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Warriors and Weapons of Early Times in Color

by Niels M. Saxtorph

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This is a nice little book with a lot of pictures of soldiers of periods and places from ancient Egypt and the Near East to around 1700. After the early years, it devotes most space to Europe, but it does include some Islamic and East Asian materials (chiefly China), as well as a couple of pages of Nayive Americans from the time of the Spanish conquest of Central and South America,. Before the Osprey series came along, this was a handy compact Osprey-in-one volume guide for hobbyists painting military miniatures (aka toy soldiers). My copy has some paint stains from using it for that purpose. ( )
  antiquary | Sep 26, 2017 |
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