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Bust of Queen Teuta in the Museum of Shkodra Reign 231227 BC1

Bust of Queen Teuta in the Museum of Shkodra Reign 231227 BC1

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Bust of Queen Teuta in the Museum of Shkodra Reign 231–227 BC[1]

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"Bust of Queen Teuta in the Museum of Shkodra Reign 231–227 BC[1]". Teuta, mbretëresha “e harruar” e ilirëve - Moikom Zeqo Montenegro, Every Woman

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Bust of Queen Teuta in the Museum of Shkodra Reign 231–227 BC[1]

Plotina | romanoimpero.com

Naples, National Archaeological Museum (Photo by Sergey Sosnovskiy).

"Bust of Queen Teuta in the Museum of Shkodra Reign 231–227 BC[1]". Teuta, mbretëresha “e harruar” e ilirëve - Moikom Zeqo Montenegro, Every Woman

Teuta of Illyria (?) European Tribes, Pirate Woman, Pirate Queen, Women

Black basalt rectangular-sided monument recording Esarhaddon's restoration of Babylon, 670BC (via British

Sol Invictus, the god of Constantine the great C.AD350 Vatican museum Ancient Romans

The lorica squamata is a type of scale armour used by the ancient Roman military during the Roman Republic and at later periods // Royal Ontario Museum

Stefan Dupont