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How the Spanish Conquered America: Francisco Pizarro, in armor and wearing a morion-style helmet

Kids learn about the biography and life of Spanish explorer and conquistador Francisco Pizarro. He conquered the Inca Empire.

Spanish armor breastplate, 1600s.

Spanish armor breastplate, 4064 grams, tall and wide. Heavy hand-forged construction with folded-over edge-rim, rivets intact but one top peg missing, with one rather deep dent in breast supposedly from musketball impact.

Spanish morion (helmet) Spanish soldiers in the American Southwest wore pointed stell helmets, called "morions", throughout the 1600's.

Spanish morion (helmet) Spanish soldiers in the American Southwest wore pointed stell helmets, called "morions", throughout the

Spanish Soldier 1690

Spanish Pikeman of the "Tercio de Asturias" in Europe By Augusto Ferrer Dalmau.

Fundacion de Santiago - Pedro de Valdivia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Scientists discover air pollution from the inside Peruvian Andes' ice cap.

Scarce Late 16th Century Italian Cabasset | From a unique collection of antique and modern arms, armor and weapons at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/arms-armor-weapons/

Scarce Late 16th Century Italian Cabasset

View this item and discover similar arms, armor and weapons for sale at - A wonderful example of an Italian cabasset.

Sulawesi (Indonesia) helmet, late 18th-early 19th century, possibly earlier, brass, European morion form, which was introduced by the Portuguese in 1525. The skull formed in two halves and finely embossed with tapering panels which converge at the peak. The gracefully-curved brim of characteristic form with cusped termini, studded with large bosses and separately applied roped border, with triple plumeholder affixed to obverse, all joined with copper rivets. Height 23.2 cm.

Sulawesi (Indonesia) helmet, late 18th-early 19th century, possibly earlier, brass, European morion form, which was introduced by the Portuguese in 1525. The skull formed in two halves and finely embossed with tapering panels which converge at the peak. The gracefully-curved brim of characteristic form with cusped termini, studded with large bosses and separately applied roped border, with triple plumeholder affixed to obverse, all joined with copper rivets. Height 23.2 cm.

The capture of Atahualpa and the Spanish conquest of Peru

The capture of Atahualpa and the Spanish conquest of Peru

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