Hoard of two flanged axes from Brasov, Romania. Localization of the findspot (dealul spanzuratorilor, "gallows hill") on a map sheet of the Josephinian survey. More Info: https://www.academia.edu/7594288/A_small_bronze_hoard_from_Kronstadt_Galgenberg_._A_contribution_to_the_understanding_of_cultural_landscapes_in_Middle_Bronze_Age_southeastern_Transylvania
Romanian shepherds, Kronstadt (German pronunciation, Brasso-hungarian) A town in Romania, part of the Transylvania region. Photographed by Leopold Adler, ca 1890. ~One poster described them as Russian emigres ?
Nobles' outfit from Transylvania 1667. Origines et occasus transylvanorum
Transylvanian noble cavalryman, half of the 17th century
c. 1530 Niklas Stoer - Turkish Horseman. The print run of Mercenaries and Turks is a fine example of the unprecedented growth of printing during the German Renaissance. In the first series it is 'mercenaries', German and Swiss mercenaries who traveled to various European battlefields. The second set shows of Turkish soldiers and leaders of the Ottoman Empire. The two series together, 38 sheets, were a kind of counterparts around 1530 by a number of Nuremberg artists.