This is an exquisite reenactment of Spartan generals and commanders (polemarchoi) by the Historical association Ancient Hoplitikon. Kudos to the reenactors.

A polemarchos (πολέμαρχος) was the commander of a Lacedaemonian ‘mora’ (μόρα). During the Peloponnesian War, the mora was a basic unit of the Spartan army, consisting of 576 hoplites and 100 cavalry.

Among the group there is also an ephoros and a guard.

Note their distinctive Spartan red chitons, the equally characteristic transversal crests on their casques– a feature of the Lacedaemonian higher officers – and their Corinthian helmets, known also as Doric helmets probably due to their popularity among the Dorians.