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- Shield bearer usually refers to a Macedonian version of a heavy armored hoplite, whose tasks were protecting flanks of the sarrisa phalanx, and carrying...
- Starting in the Middle Ages, a squire was the shield- or armour-bearer of a knight. Use of the term evolved over time. Initially, a squire was a knight's...
- with a baton. Riot shields made for law enforcement are typically constructed from transparent polycarbonate to enable the bearer to see incoming thrown...
- gibbosus, known generally as the robust shieldback or robust shield-bearer, is a species of shield-backed katydid in the family Tettigoniidae. It is found...
- esquire being (as the name escuyer, from escu, a shield, implies) a knight's attendant and shield bearer. Esquires may be theoretically divided into five...
- A hypaspist (Gr****: Ὑπασπιστής "shield bearer" or "shield covered") is a squire, man at arms, or "shield carrier". In Homer, Deiphobos advances "ὑπασπίδια"...
- known generally as the protean shieldback or short-legged shield-bearer, is a species of shield-backed katydid in the family Tettigoniidae. It is found...
- The sparabara, meaning "shield bearers" in Old Persian, were the front line infantry of the Achaemenid Persian Empire. They were usually the first to engage...
- davisi, known generally as the Davis's shieldback or Davis's shield-bearer, is a species of shield-backed katydid in the family Tettigoniidae. It is found...
- rules. That is, the description is made from the point of view of a shield-bearer who is behind the coat of arms, and in this case, behind the flag. Thus...