Alexander the Great in imperial byzantine clothing


Illustrated page of the Venice manuscript, located in the Greek Institute of Venice, depicting Alexander the Great in imperial byzantine clothing. Produced most probably in the empire of Trebizond, Alexander was the ultimate imperial prototype, especially since its rulers claimed to be the rulers of the entire East.

Illustrated page of the Venice manuscript, located in the Greek Institute of Venice, depicting Alexander the Great in imperial byzantine clothing. Produced most probably in the empire of Trebizond, Alexander was the ultimate imperial prototype, especially since its rulers claimed to be the rulers of the entire East.

See also the armors of Alexander the great, we can see the armors and weapons who use the imperial soldiers of this chronical era.

From’ Byzantio’

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