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ATTILA IS STOPPED AT THE CATALAUNIAN FIELDS!

On June 20, 451 on a broad plain in the Champagne region of France, Attila the Hun engaged in his greatest battle. The fate of western civilization lay in the balance. The Huns and their greatest leader, Attila, have come … Continue reading

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BELISARIUS AT DARAS, 530 AD: A STUDY IN THE USE OF INTERIOR LINES

  Faced by a numerically superior opponent, the Eastern Roman general Belisarius countered with field works, maneuver and a masterful use of interior lines! In 530 A.D. the Eastern Roman Empire‘s province of Mesopotamia was invaded by a large and … Continue reading

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ELITE WARRIORS OF THE DARK AGES: THE BUCELLARII OF BELISARIUS

This is the fifth part of our series on Elite Warriors of the Dark Ages. The Household Cavalry of one of history’s greatest generals helped to restore the lost western provinces of the Roman Empire. A multi-ethnic unit of armored … Continue reading

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