Thrax

Thrax or Thraex (Latin borrowing of Ancient Greek Θρᾷξ `Thracian`) may be ...
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Thrax

(from the article `gladiator`) ...of gladiators, distinguished by their arms or modes of fighting. The Samnites fought with the national weapons—a large oblong shield, a visor, a ...
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Thrax

[mythology] In Greek mythology, Thrax (Θρᾷξ; by his name simply the quintessential Thracian) was regarded as one of the reputed sons of Ares. In the Alcestis, Euripides mentions that one of the names of Ares himself was Thrax since he was regarded as the patron of Thrace (his golden or gilded shield was kept in his temple at Bistonia i...
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