The rout of Sanromano 1432 series by Paolo Uccello

painted in the 1440-50s


The leader of the victorious Florentine condottieri, Niccolo Mauruzi da Tolentino, armed only with his baton

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Italian man-at-arms in Armies of the Middle Ages, volume 1 by Ian Heath, based on The rout of Sanromano 1432 by Paolo Uccello
Italian pages in Armies of the Middle Ages, volume 1 by Ian Heath, based on The rout of Sanromano 1432 by Paolo Uccello
Referenced by Trumpeters in Armies of the Middle Ages, volume 1 by Ian Heath:
"His trumpet is almost identical to those of trumpeters in Uccello's San Romano paintings, except that theirs have far bigger banners and the trumpeters themselves wear barbutes and plate armour under tabards"