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The makhaira/ kopis was a fierce and deadly Greek weapon. Designed to deliver a crushing blow from above, it became the favored sword for cavalry operations, as described by the "Friend of Sparta", Xenophon. Pictured: Iron makhaira 5th-4th century BCE

Kopis makhaira, century B. The makhaira/ kopis was a fierce and deadly Greek weapon. Designed to deliver a crushing blow from above, it became the favored sword for cavalry operations, as described by the "Friend of Sparta", Xenophon.

Goddess Tanit symbol in Carthage

10 Greek and Roman War Atrocities Most Romans were not legionaries, Greeks not philosophers and the ancient world not gloriously heroic as many movies, b.

Statua fenicia in terracotta della dea Tanit adornata con una collana. Dalla necropoli Puig des Molins, Ibiza IV sec.a.C. Museo Archeologico della Catalogna, Barcellona

Ancient goddess: Tanit, chief deity of Phoenician colony of Carthage. Adorned Statue of the Goddess Tanit, century BCE from the Necropolis of Puig de Molins, Ibiza