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Hello I just wantto ask how can I gat the plate armor on my Bohemian army, like on imiges from "Kingdom of Bohemia Main Roster" and also this mod is so SO good, Zdravím from "Bohemia" XD
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Hello sir , i was curious about Circassians symbol.Why you guys used Hexagram instead of normal star shape ? and thank you again for giving us a place in your mod.
Hello, I was just wondering I installed the buildings pack from google and I installed it successfully, I see the nice stone castles but the houses that are in your picture I do not have. Do you know why?
i! my name is rene, iam from austria, how can i send you a bunch of of modded coat of arms produced for medi2 , ivge got the real coats and and other things they used in the real medieval! maybe i can help you! greets Reen ;)
Hey! If you could tell me a bit about troop designing in TW: Attila I could've helped you with your mod, especially Polish rosters.
If you want I might learn a bit about it and I'll be glad to help.
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It would be greatly appreciated if you made an updated map for the Campaign map.
Please my Friend Correct the map
Queen Tamar the Great and the Golden Age 1184–1213
Queen Tamar of Georgia, titled as "Mepe" (King).
The reign of Queen Tamar represented the peak of Georgia's might in the whole history of the nation. In 1194–1204, Tamar's armies crushed new Turkish invasions from the south-east and south and launched several successful campaigns into Turkish-controlled Southern Armenia. As a result, most of Southern Armenia, including the cities of Karin, Erzinjan, Khelat, Muş and Van, came under Georgian control. Although it was not included in the lands of the Georgian Crown, and was left under the nominal rule of local Turkish Emirs and Sultans, Southern Armenia became a protectorate of the Kingdom of Georgia.
Kingdom of Georgia during its Golden Age.
The temporary fall of the Byzantine Empire in 1204 to the Crusaders left Georgia and Bulgarian Empire as the strongest Christian states in the whole East Mediterranean area. The same year Queen Tamar sent her troops to take over the former Byzantine Lazona and Paryadria with the cities of Atina, Riza, Trebizond, Kerasunt, Amysos, Cotyora, Heraclea and Sinopa. In 1205, the occupied territory was transformed into the Empire of Trebizond, which was dependent on Georgia. Tamar's relative Prince Alexios Komnenos was crowned as its Emperor. In 1210 Georgian armies invaded northern Persia (modern day Iranian Azerbaijan) and took the cities of Marand, Tabriz, Ardabil, Zanjan and Qazvin, placing part of the conquered territory under a Georgian protectorate. This was the maximum territorial extent of Georgia throughout her history. Queen Tamar was addressed as "The Queen of Abkhazians, Kartvels, Rans, Kakhs and Armenians, Shirvan-Shakhine and Shakh-in-Shakhine, The Sovereign of the East and West". Georgian historians often refer to her as "Queen Tamar the Great".
The period between the early 12th and the early 13th centuries, and especially the era of Tamar the Great, can truly be considered as the golden age of Georgia. Besides the political and military achievements, it was marked by the development of Georgian culture, including architecture, literature, philosophy and sciences.
hay! i have questions about mediveal kingdoms 1212 (attila version) Here in this mod are mistakes about georgian empire:1 afkxazia is a part of georgia! 2 the empire of trabzond was georgian vassal!
You are partially right. Georgia is actually multiple factions in a mega-faction you could say. Or you could say that Georgia is a faction with little mini-factions in it.
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