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The Renaissance,British History,1603,Xvii

In these Dark Souls II days I thought it'd be appropriate to pay tribute to my main man, the one and only, the sassiest bandit ever from Dark Souls! We laughed, we loved, we died... a lot.

POUSSIN, Nicolas The Judgment of Solomon 1649 Oil on canvas, 101 x 150 cm Musée du Louvre, Paris

A term used to describe the British Army through imperial times based on the colour of their upper garments.Infantry and cavalry and rifle men wore the same colour.___ ____ were conspicuous because of the colour of their clothes but were also able to easily distinguish friend from foe