"The Glory That Was Rome"
just a celebration of the glorious history of the Roman empire from Ancient to Medieval times
something you don't get from school, books, movies or anything or anyone from the 20th century.
we pay the price of our parents mistakes - that is what keeps students, researchers and the masses confused when it comes to the wonderful story of humanities existence and cultural triumphs
for example - we all know the false rumors tolled to us in schools round the globe about how Columbus discovered the Americas & how Greek civilization mysteriously vanished after Alexander the great's untimely demise.
the following are some of DBA's painted army units, organized to trace the evolution of the Roman army from early beginnings to the final fall of the eternal city - to make things easier to understand & appreciate.
btw, come to think of it, why isn't their any encyclopedia, book or even a documentary that upholds this truth by discussing both the ancient & medieval periods as connected ? why are we taught history in an unintelligible manner ? someone must make a new start sooner or later and the truth will never die
note : (words in purple brackets just include events that defined the given era to ease understanding and memorizing of history regardless of accuracy or conflicting theories & to define the time-frame)
Pre-Roman neighboring Traditions
Etruscan 650BC-280BCIllyrians 700BC-10AD Samnite & Ubrian 650BC-272BC Campanian & Apulian420BC-203BC Early Roman Armies
Early Rome 650BC-400BC (Horatius at the bridge) Camillan Rome 400BC-275BC Polybian Roman Republic 275BC-105BC (The Punic wars)The Marian reforms 105BC-25BC (Caesar's legions)The Imperial Golden Age
Imperial Rome 25BC-193AD (The Triumphs of Augustus)Middle Imperial Era 193AD-324AD (Cult of the Mithraic Mysteries)The Dark Ages
Western Roman Empire 307AD-425ADEastern Roman Empire 307AD-425AD (Christianity & Constantinople)Patrician Rome 425AD-493AD (Fall of the West)Sub-Roman Britain 407AD-945AD (Age of King Arthur)The Medieval Roman Empire
Early medieval Roman Empire 493AD-578AD (the reconquest of Justinian)Maurikian Era 578AD-650AD (Age of emperor Heraclius)Thematic Era 650AD-963AD Nikephorian Dynasty 936AD-1071AD (the Golden Age is back)Commenan Dynasty 1071AD-1204AD (The Crusades)The Late Roman Empire 1204AD-1460AD (Empire Fall - Checkmate)
Sorry for my mistakes, hope it was helpful & Good-luck
I bare witness that I never used the unhistorical & taboo name Byzantine