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- A shield bearer was usually a lightly armored soldier who protected another soldier by carrying a protective shield. A commander might be protected by...
- Starting in the Middle Ages, a squire was the shield- or armour-bearer of a knight. At times, squires acted as a knight’s errand runner.[citation needed]...
- The Thyreophora ("shield bearers", often known simply as "armored dinosaurs" - Gr****: θυρεος, a large oblong shield, like a door and φορεω, I carry) were...
- appointed the governor of Sonargaon. When Bahram Khan died in 1338, his armor-bearer, Fakhruddin Mubarak Shah, declared himself the independent Sultan of...
- In Gr**** mythology, the name Areithous may refer to: Areithous, King of Arne in Boeotia, and husband of Philomedusa, by whom he had a son Menesthius. He...
- Pomian - is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by several szlachta families in the times of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. On the shield is the...
- Witchblade (****anese: ウィッチブレイド?, Hepburn: Witchibureido) is an anime series loosely based on the American comic book of the same name. Not an adaptation...
- Parma or parmula (the diminutive of parma) was a type of round shield used by the Roman army, especially during the later period of Imperial history. ...
- Hochosterwitz Castle (German: Burg Hochosterwitz, Slovene: Grad Ostrovica) is considered to be one of Austria's most impressive medieval castles. It is...
- A hypaspist (Gr****: Ὑπασπιστής "shield bearer" or "shield covered") is a squire, man at arms, or "shield carrier". In Homer, Deiphobos advances "ὑπασπίδια"...