Roman Infantry battle of Magnesia. the Seleucid cavalry wing commanded by the king himself, broke the opposing infantry. This lead to a pursuit by the Seleucid cavalry, leaving the field to unsuccessfully attack the Roman camp.
Spanish Light Cavalry in Carthaginian service. This illustration shows one of the Iberian warriors fighting in Italy during the Second Punic War. He has aquired a Samnite or Campanian breastplate with its interesting tripple disc design.
This is the rebellion of the Goths that lead up to the Battle of Andrianople. All the equipment is mid fourth century, note the use of the Spatha, the baldric on the left side, and the late Roman ridge helmet.