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Ewart Oakeshott. Archaiologia on archaic Greek body armour by Eero Jarva. The Armor Book by Michael Berenstain.
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Barrel of the 4-pouder tiufiak cannon. Manufactured in the second half of the 14th — early 15th century. Cast by master Andrei Chokhov in Cast by Pronia Fedorov in Against the background of the Basil the Blessed Church and the Kremlin wall. Compiled by Chorikov and Borisov, painting on stone by Semechkin.
Small barrelled quick-firing battery. Made in Russia in the late 17th century. Elk-skin jacket kolet. First quarter of the 18th century. Belonged to Peter I.
Cast in the second half of the 17th century. The gun was presented to Peter I by his father Tsar Aleksei Mikhailovich and adopted in the poteshny regiment regiment of boy-soldiers under Peter I. Officer's neck plate. Early 18th century. By a legend, belonged to Peter I and was on him during the Poltava battle Officer, bombardier and fusilier of the Artillery Regiment. Compiled by Chorikov and Borisov, painting on stone by Belousov and Voskresenskii.