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Hamdanid armies of the and centuries: Arab cavalryman, Armenian 'Paulician' foot soldier and the leader of a Qarmati raiding force.

Sultan Mehmed II's entry into Constantinople. Byzantium is a term used by modern historians to refer to the later Roman Empire. In its time, the empire ruled from Constantinople (or "New Rome" as Constantine had officially named it) was considered simply "the Roman Empire." In Mehmed's view, he was the successor to the Roman Emperor, declaring himself Kayser-i Rum, literally "Caesar of Rome" that is, of the Roman Empire.

Sultan Mehmed II's entry into Constantinople. Byzantium is a term used by modern historians to refer to the later Roman Empire. In its time, the empire ruled from Constantinople (or "New Rome" as Constantine had officially named it) was considered simply "the Roman Empire." In Mehmed's view, he was the successor to the Roman Emperor, declaring himself Kayser-i Rum, literally "Caesar of Rome" that is, of the Roman Empire.

Robert de Masmines, Grand Armorial équestre de la Toison d'Or, Flandres, 1430-1461.

Robert de Masmines, Grand Armorial équestre de la Toison d'Or, Flandres, 1430-1461.

Pomo warrior, Northern California.

Pomo warrior, Northern California.

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