Sisters Of Battle
The Romans adapted this like many other things in greek culture and called all non romans barbarians. note that by that time greece had become a part of the roman empire, as well as being the main ripoff point for the romans who were infatuated with their culture. Hence the term barbarian implied to all non roman/greek people. because their language sounded retarded to them.
he means deamon prince and red-cow-with-an-axe-bloodthirster. besides, caos aint got nothin on bane-RELEASE ELEVEN BARRELS OF HELL!!-blade in the warmachine department
Well they don't need to capture them. Many of the Chaos Marine Legions had fellblades (Space Marine Baneblades) and still employ them. Plus with all the traitor mechanicum planets they got some would definitely have baneblades or even the capacity to build them.
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In the case of Numidia their imitation legionaries were the result of long contact with Rome. Much is unknown about them, but we do know that in some cases these troops were trained by Rome directly and in others it was a close attempt to copy them. The best known example is that of Tacfarinas, who used his imitation legionaries to wage a rebellion against the Emperor Tiberius in AD 17-AD 24.
According to this http://www.theonion.com/articles/his...-greeks,18209/
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ofcourse reading the philipica thing that demosthenes wrote, and the greek civil war that followed ww2, greeks have quite a track record of denouncing their own kin.
Trojans were not a greek people.They were an anatolian city-state.
Why do you people have to drag this thread into this pointless argument?
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