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Trani Cattedrale
Bronze Doors made by Barisano da Trani. Trani Cathedral, southern Italy, c.1175.

Negro? Infantry with Mace fighting



Detail of bronze doors by Barisano of Trani, completed in 1175. Originally installed in the west portal, they are now protected inside the cathedral. Trani Cathedral, Puglia, Italy.
A pair of warriors, one with closely curled and somewhat African hair.
Picture Source: Paradoxplace
Saracen? Archer in helmet with turban on Bronze Doors made by Barisano da Trani. Trani Cathedral, Puglia, southern Italy, c.1175.



Referenced by The Monreale Capitals And The Military Equipment Of Later Norman Sicily by David Nicolle.
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