CATAPHRACTS: Knights of the Ancient Eastern Empires
Cataphracts were the most heavily armored form of cavalry in the ancient world, with riders and mounts both clad in heavy armor. Usually armed with long lances, they harnessed the mobility and mass of the horse to the durability and solid fighting power of the spear-armed phalanx. Illus.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
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