|NOUN || a shield bearer | shield bearers |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- The manual describes that the lang xian acted as backup for the rattan shield bearers in a "mandarin duck formation".
- The "sparabara", meaning "shield bearers" in Old Persian, were the front line infantry of the Achaemenid Persian Empire.
- "Rodeleros" ("shield bearers"), also called "espadachines" ("swordsmen") and colloquially known as "Sword and Buckler Men", were Spanish troops in the early 16th (and again briefly in the 17th) century, equipped with steel shields known as "rodela" and swords (usually of the side-sword type).
- These troops (called sparabara, or shield-bearers) were equipped with a large rectangular wicker shield called a spara, and armed with a short spear, measuring around six feet long.
- The word 'hypaspists' translates into English as 'shield-bearers'.
- In 1907, Queen Wilhelmina replaced the royal crown on the lion and the shield bearers of the arms with a coronet.
- The Genoese crossbowmen, an internationally-recognized elite corps, made use of the pavise, utilizing pavesarii (shield bearers).
- Thyreophora ("shield bearers", often known simply as "armored dinosaurs") is a group of armored ornithischian dinosaurs that lived from the Early Jurassic until the end of the Cretaceous.
- A rather eroded coat of arms with the three hammers of the Steins is flanked by shield bearers.
- After Bellerophon fell off Pegasus while trying to reach Olympus, Pegasus and Athena left him and continued to Olympus where he was stabled with other steeds belonging to Zeus, and was given the task of carrying Zeus' thunderbolts, along with other members of his entourage, his attendants/handmaidens/shield bearers/shieldmaidens, Astrape and Bronte.
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