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Heavily armed warriors of Central Asia. XVI - XVII centuries.

Urban militiaman from Bukhara; Commander of Kazakh mercenaries, half XVII c.

Tatars. Mishar Tatars. кон ХIХ нач ХХв

Tatars. Mishar Tatars. кон ХIХ нач ХХв

Алексей Темников - Черкесский всадник на русской службе. 17-й в.

Алексей Темников - Черкесский всадник на русской службе. 17-й в.

Kazan Tatarları - Казан татарлары (Tataristan - Татарстан) - Türk Asya - Bilig Bitig, Asian Turkish, Тюрки России

Kazan Tatarları - Казан татарлары (Tataristan - Татарстан) - Türk Asya - Bilig Bitig, Asian Turkish, Тюрки России

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Mongol general or Khan, in the foreground are some eastern European ally warriors

Радикал-Фото: Картинка

Радикал-Фото: Картинка

Crimean Tatar soldiers, 17th century

Crimean Tatar soldiers, 17th century

Reconstruction of the Polovtsian warrior - The second half of the XIII century. Based on materials from disposal in Novoberezanovke, Kuban.

Reconstruction of the Polovtsian warrior - The second half of the XIII century. Based on materials from disposal in Novoberezanovke, Kuban.

Ablai Khan (ruled 1771–1781)

Ablai Khan (ruled 1771–1781)

Kipchak warrior (background), Pecheneg woman (on right), Volga Bulgar cavalryman (on left).

Kipchak warrior (background), Pecheneg woman (on right), Volga Bulgar cavalryman…

Kipchak Horseman

Kipchak Horseman

Cumans or Kumans (both: ko͞o`mänz), nomadic East Turkic people, identified with the Kipchaks (or the western branch of the Kipchaks) and known in Russian as Polovtsi.

The barbarian hordes during the middle ages - by Vijaya Schartz

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