Peltast

a foot soldier or infantryman; derived from the word meaning a small, unrimmed shield.
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peltast

Light infantryman of ancient Greece, probably originating from Thrace in the 5th century BC. He carried a large shield, short sword, and spear but wore no body armour. The force was remodelled early...
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Peltast

Light-armed, loosely ordered skirmish infantry of the Greek world (see, psiloi). Originating in Thrace, they were typically armed with javelins, spear, or a combination of the two. They used smaller, lighter shields than hoplites (originally the crescent-shaped pelte, hence their name), and as such were vulnerable at close quarters, andmore effecti...
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peltast

peltast 1. A foot soldier of ancient Greece armed with a light shield and a javelin. 2. A foot soldier or infantryman; derived from the word meaning a small, unrimmed shield.
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Peltast

shieldbearing javelineer.
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