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Éléphant de l'armée macédonienne d'Alexandre, 4e siècle avant JC, figurines Hät, 1/72

"Alexander The Great Riding Bucephalus", James E McConnell Alexander the Great RIding Bucephalus Alexander loved his horse. He tamed him at a very young age and rode him in every battle until Bucephalus died after the Battle of the Hydaspes in 326 BC.

A Macedonian Prodromos also called sarrisoforoi or lancers. Image found in the Ancient Macedonian tomb of St Athanasios - Μακεδονικός τάφος Αγίου Αθανασίου, historical Macedonia, northern Greece

King Pyrrhus. The phrase Pyrrhic victory is named after Greek King Pyrrhus of Epirus, whose army suffered irreplaceable casualties in defeating the Romans at Heraclea in 280 BC and Asculum in 279 BC during the Pyrrhic War.

Éléphant de l'armée macédonienne d'Alexandre, 4e siècle avant JC, figurines Hät, 1/72