Arab warrior (6th century)

Arab warrior (6th century)

The most important weapons of medieval Arab warriors were the bow and the sword.

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Arab warrior, Arabic, fighter, Middle Ages, lance, bow, sword, arrow, shield, scimitar, quiver, martial, weapon, clothing, device

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