Radosław Skowron

Radosław Skowron

wolny jak wiatr stepowy, gwałtowny jak letnia burza i mściwy, jak to Tatar
Radosław Skowron
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Tack, Saddles, Military, War Horses, Horse, Roping Saddles, Wade Saddles, Horse Tack, Military Personnel

Польско-литовская татарская шляхта XVIIв.

Польско-литовская татарская шляхта XVIIв.

Moscow Kremlin Stables Office's Workshops, second half of the XVII century. Wood, velvet, leather, tape, silver, silver braid; embroidery, applique, gilding, carving

The unique collection of ceremonial horse harness numbers over items including those made of silver and gold, ehchased with precious stones.

Hun horse archer and late Roman legionary

Hun horse archer and late Roman infantry. The Hunnic invasions of the eastern provinces, and of Gaul and Italy were devastating, involving captured and burned towns and Roman military defeats.

Татарский воин Крымского Ханства

Татарский воин Крымского Ханства

A GENUINE COSSACK HORSEMAN'S SADDLE. This saddle was the property of White Russian emigre Boris Michael d'Adamovich Leliwa, who left Russia in 1920 in the wake of the Russian Bolshevik Revolution. According to Russ Bigelow, Leliwa lived in a "shack" in Richmond, New Hampshire. 1947 newspaper article where he appeared at a public meeting to advocate the use of dogs in hunting mountain lions, which were then menacing domestic animals in Winchester.

A GENUINE COSSACK HORSEMAN'S SADDLE. This saddle was the property of White Russian emigre Boris Michael d'Adamovich Leliwa, who left Russia in 1920 in the wake of the Russian Bolshevik Revolution. According to Russ Bigelow, Leliwa lived in a "shack" in Richmond, New Hampshire. 1947 newspaper article where he appeared at a public meeting to advocate the use of dogs in hunting mountain lions, which were then menacing domestic animals in Winchester.