High Five !
As for the painting, I think it's marvelous! Beatiful detail, nice anatomy, and the soldier really looks as though he's about to fight yet another battle
I love it!
anyways humans have not changed, only technology and that is in question when you read the indian vedas
anyways if you want to see real modern barbarians, go to a USMC bootcamp, full metal jacket is their bible, and they'll burn you alive if you say that movie is bullshit!
if you want to argue with me its alright, but im a sessiopoid, i have all time in the [modern globalised corporate] world to argue, you dont!!!
and even if you do win, its like the special olympics, if you win that just means your the fastest retard, but not the least retarded!!! ^________^
ill be more exact, you will answer this post with even more "loop hole" answers but your answers also have loop holes, but i do not waste time on looking for them, for the world you live in is set, and it differs from the functions of the universe, and by default nothing realistic or completely true [if i say something realistic] that i say will persuade you, for your psychological language is set, but that i speak in your language does not mean you will ever understand me, you will continue to argue with me untill the end of days, for that is your progamming, to the end of days. and i know you will answer, you have no choice, you have no free will, you have to fight, you have been programmed to do it, for you are a machine made to do someone elses bidding!
About 500ad, a British Roman general scored a spectacular victory with the few soldiers he had left over the invading Anglo-Saxons despite being heavily outnumbered. It's thought this was the original "King Arthur" as he took the title "Imperator" offered by the people.
No problem, you can use them, if possible, you just have to mention the author. I have few other Ancient stuff if you are interested, another Viking with a different armor, helmet and shield, an earlier Roman soldier, a Macedonian Hoplite, Macedonian warrior with sword, a Persian warrior ...
Observation of the things and people, and to understand how the things are made is the key
Ave, Caesar, those that go to run away salute you!