Spanish soldier of the "II Tercio de Asturias" (1690)

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

Scottish knights led by Robert the Bruce. Robert the Bruce secured Scottish independence from England militarily — if not diplomatically — at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314. An English army led by Edward II in person trying to relieve the siege of Stirling Castle was decisively defeated in an atypical set-piece battle.

Scottish knights led by Robert the Bruce. Robert the Bruce secured Scottish…

Tercio español 1550

Final stand of the Spanish tercio at the Battle of Rocroi against French gendarmes

Sítio de Orán, obra de Augusto Ferrer-Dalmau

1732 Spanish Artillery at the Siege of Oran 1732 by Gustavo Ferrer Dalmau

Spanish Tercio swordsman in the Battle of Nördlingen on September, 1634. by Almayer

Spanish Tercio swordsman in the Battle of Nördlingen on September, by Almayer

Battle of Najera by jasonjuta on DeviantArt

© Medieval Warfare Magazine issue Edward the Black Prince and Peter of Castile lead their troops against against Henry of Trastámara in Battle of Najera

Battle of San Marcial, the Spanish Army of Galicia turn back the French

Battle of San Marcial, August 1813 by Augusto Ferrer-Dalmau. While the uniforms were spectacular and somewhat fanciful, Napoleonic combat was still very intense and quite bloody.

Spanish Tercio Sargeant (Officer with halberd) at the Battle of Nördlingen (1634), by Almayer

Spanish Tercio Sargeant (Officer with halberd) at the Battle of Nördlingen by Almayer

Battle of Empel.

The Battle of Empel or Miracle of Empel (Milagro de Empel in Spanish) was a battle fought on December 7 and December 1585 near the place of Empel, as part of the Eighty Years' War, in which a Spanish force miraculously escaped destruction.

"El Coronel Francisco de Longa en el puente de Durana durante la batalla de Vitoria,con la División de Iberia, junio de 1813", Augusto Ferrer Dalmau

1813 Batle of Vitoria, Colonel Francisco de Longa at the bridge of Durana with the Division of Iberia-Ferrer Dalmau

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