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Barthout (of Bartholt) Entens van Mentheda (1539 - 17 mei 1580) was luitenant-kapitein van de watergeuzen en een jonker uit de omgeving van Groningen, die het bezit had over Middelstum en Dorwert.

Anonymous: Portrait of Barthold Entens van Mentheda

english nobleman/captain

Sir Francis Verney – 6 September was an English adventurer, soldier of fortune, and pirate.

MacSweeney versus MacSweeney Knockdoe, 1504

MacSweeney versus MacSweeney Knockdoe, 1504

Spanish Tercio Pikeman. Armored with a coselete (the chest piece). Figure by Gerry Embleton, Time Machine; Spanish Army Museum)

Armored with a coselete (the chest piece). Figure by Gerry Embleton, Time Machine;

1: Scandinavian mercenary, 10th century 2: Anglo-Danish warrior 9th-10th century 3: Hiberno-norse jarl 11th century Illustrated by Gerry Embleton

Scandinavian mercenary, century Anglo-Danish warrior century Hiberno-norse jarl century Illustrated by Angus McBride.

Biografia de Barbarroja

Barbary Corsairs: scimitars, turbans and no jolly rogers

ARMADURA ESPAÑOLA (mitad del siglo XVI ).                                                               CABALLO-LIGERO  (1540) .          ...

ARMADURA ESPAÑOLA (mitad del siglo XVI ). CABALLO-LIGERO (1540) . ...

Jan Janszoon van Haarlem, commonly known as Murat Reis the Younger (c. 1570 – c. 1641), was the first President and Grand Admiral of the Corsair Republic of Salé, Governor of Oualidia, and a Dutch Barbary pirate, one of the most famous of the "Salé Rovers" from the 17th century. He was famous for the Sack of Baltimore in Ireland in 1631

Jan Janszoon van Haarlem commonly known as Murat Reis the Younger c 1570 c 1641 was the first President and Grand Admiral of the Corsair Republic of S

Bring Me the Head of William fitzWilliam: a Feudal Anarchy Playtest Campaign

Bring Me the Head of William fitzWilliam: a Feudal Anarchy Playtest Campaign

Dermot MacMurrogh, warlord of Leinster, is backed up by a Norman Welsh knight and Welsh archer.

Jacques Cartier, 16th Century, Soldiers, Conquistador, Warfare, Spanish, Mexico, Spanish Language, Spain

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