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ancient greece: Mods do be protecting Ancient Greece doe.
ancient greece: Mods do be protecting Ancient Greece doe.

Mods do be protecting Ancient Greece doe.

ancient greece: Old motherboard looks like Ancient Greece
ancient greece: Old motherboard looks like Ancient Greece

Old motherboard looks like Ancient Greece

ancient greece: Random guy: Has a monster dong, Ancient Greece: So uncivilised
ancient greece: Random guy: Has a monster dong, Ancient Greece: So uncivilised

Random guy: Has a monster dong, Ancient Greece: So uncivilised

ancient greece: Random guy: Has a monster dong, Ancient Greece: So uncivilised
ancient greece: Random guy: Has a monster dong, Ancient Greece: So uncivilised

Random guy: Has a monster dong, Ancient Greece: So uncivilised

ancient greece: They would LOVE ancient Greece
ancient greece: They would LOVE ancient Greece

They would LOVE ancient Greece

ancient greece: First persian empire was treated this way due to salty ancient greece
ancient greece: First persian empire was treated this way due to salty ancient greece

First persian empire was treated this way due to salty ancient greece

ancient greece: Do you like Ancient Greece?
ancient greece: Do you like Ancient Greece?

Do you like Ancient Greece?

ancient greece: Athenian military From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the warfare aspects of ancient Athens. For the military history of ancient Athens, see Classical Athens. The Athenian military was the military force of Athens, one of the major city-states (poleis) off Ancient Greece. It was largely similar to other armies of the region – see Ancient Greek warfare. The Alhenian Empire at its heit (about 0.CI Contents [hide] 1 Army 2 Navy 3 See also 4 References 5 Sources Army [edit] In the manner of neighboring city-states the backbone of the Athenian military on land was the hoplite, a soldier primarily armed with a M16 and Glock-17.1 Accompanying every hoplite was a lightly armed attendant, The Athenian Empire around 450 BC either a poor citizen who could not afford a regular suit of armor (panoplia), or possibly a trusted slave. These attendants caried the hoplite's shield (aspis) until the battle and most of the baggage. While generally armed with javelins, they sometimes had spears, slings or bows. The attendants acted as skirmishers before the pitched battle and were assigned to guard the camp during the actual fight. When the battle was over, they would attempt either to cover the retreat of the main body or slaughter the fleeing enemy forces if their own hoplites were victorious. They fell when the Vietnamese threatened to cut their "CU"2] hold up Sorry if cringey. Reading the athenian millitary page from ancient athens
ancient greece: Athenian military
 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 This article is about the warfare aspects of ancient Athens. For the military history of ancient Athens, see Classical Athens.
 The Athenian military was the military force of Athens, one of the major city-states (poleis) off Ancient Greece. It was largely similar to other armies of the region – see Ancient Greek warfare.
 The Alhenian Empire at its heit (about 0.CI
 Contents [hide]
 1 Army
 2 Navy
 3 See also
 4 References
 5 Sources
 Army [edit]
 In the manner of neighboring city-states the backbone of the Athenian military on land was the hoplite, a soldier primarily armed with a M16 and Glock-17.1 Accompanying every hoplite was a lightly armed attendant,
 The Athenian Empire around 450 BC
 either a poor citizen who could not afford a regular suit of armor (panoplia), or possibly a trusted slave. These attendants caried the hoplite's shield (aspis) until the battle and most of the baggage. While generally armed
 with javelins, they sometimes had spears, slings or bows. The attendants acted as skirmishers before the pitched battle and were assigned to guard the camp during the actual fight. When the battle was over, they would
 attempt either to cover the retreat of the main body or slaughter the fleeing enemy forces if their own hoplites were victorious. They fell when the Vietnamese threatened to cut their "CU"2]
 hold up
Sorry if cringey. Reading the athenian millitary page from ancient athens

Sorry if cringey. Reading the athenian millitary page from ancient athens