Psalter of Theodore of Caesarea, Byzantine, 1066AD

Sleeping Guards at the Sepulcre

Archers shooting at the just man

Warriors and David in pit

Sleeping Guards at the Sepulcre

Seven sleepers of Ephesus

The betrayal

Siege where Uriah died

King Saul and David

David praying
King Saul and soldier

David and two foreigners

Byzantine soldiers in scale armour & chausses

David enthroned & guards

Soldiers of Sobal burning / arrival of Joab

Constantine mounted with cross attacked by archers

King David with guards

St. Procopius mounted

Christ on Cross and soldier with sponge

Adoration of the Magi

Byzantine cavalry & defeated enemy

Massacre of the Innocents

Phineas executing judgement

St. Anthimus and the twenty thousand martyrs of Nicomedia

Two mounted soldiers

Hebrews defeated by their enemies

Warrior with mace and shield

Death of Absalom

David and Goliath

David meets Saul enthroned

Habakkuk the Prophet / angel slaying the ungodly

David defeats Goliath

Psalter, including Psalm 151 and The Book of Odes (Rahlfs 1088). Decoration: The first two psalms, with the titles and initial letters of every verse of the remainder, are written in gold. The manuscript is profusely illustrated throughout with miniatures painted on the margins of the leaves.
Language: Greek, Ancient
Physical Description
  Material: Parchment.
  Foliation: ff 208.
  Dimensions: 230 x 220 mm.
  Binding: Full goat leather binding, 20th century, British Library.
  Scribe: Monk and presbyter Theodoros (of Caesarea)
Origin: Eastern Mediterranean (Constantinople). Provenance: Theodore, protopresbyter of the Studios Monastery in Constantinople, made the manuscript for Abbot Michael, in 1066 (colophon, f 208r). Owned by Henry Perigal Borrell of Smyrna, who is reported to have obtained it from the library of Archbishop of Scio (diary of Frederick Madden, 2 February 1853). Purchased at sale of Henry Perigal Borrell, Sotheby's, 2 February 1853, lot 65.
Source: British Library Add MS 19352, Theodore Psalter

Referenced as figure 224 in The military technology of classical Islam by D Nicolle
224. Manuscript, Studite Psalter 1066 AD, Byzantine, British Lib., Ms. Add. 19352, ff. 41, 45, 73, 74, 77, 99, 123, 141, 178 and 190, London.
Pole-Arms for cut and thrust by David Nicolle, an extract from The military technology of classical Islam

See also The Cynegetica of Pseudo-Oppian, Byzantine, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana Ms Grec 479, Venice, 11th century
The Hidden Church (Sakli Kilise) Cappadocia, Turkey, showing Byzantine soldiers, by Steven Lowe
Other Byzantine Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers