An artist's rendition of a surrender to a Greek army.
Greek Warriors Stele
A marble stele depicting two Greek warriors. Taman Peninsula, 4th century BCE. (Pushkin Museum, Moscow)
When Alexander the Great died in 323 BCE, he left behind an empire devoid of leadership. Without a named successor...
A hoplite (from ta hopla meaning tool or equipment) was the most common type of heavily armed foot-soldier in ancient Greece...
HOPLITES! Greeks at War - Full animation
Hoplites! Greeks at War is a new animation created for Panoply's 'Every Soldier has a Story' exhibition at the Ure Museum...
The hypaspists were a type of infantry soldier who served as a vital part of the Macedonian armies of both Philip II...
Hypaspist by Johnny Shumate For more illustrations email email@example.com If illustration is used, please credit...
King Porus vs Alexander the Great
As Alexander the Great pushed across the globe on his quest for world domination, he met with an unexpected obstacle...
Kylix with Battle Scene
A kylix is a Greek wine drinking-cup which was primarily used at a drinking party (symposium). In this balanced design...
A 5th century BCE marble figure of a Spartan hoplite, perhaps of Leonidas in memory of his sacrifice at the Battle...