Bronze Age Greek Warrior, 1600-1100 BC by Raffaele D'Amato PDF

By Raffaele D'Amato

ISBN-10: 1849081956

ISBN-13: 9781849081955

ISBN-10: 1849081964

ISBN-13: 9781849081962

Данный выпуск посвящен малоисследованной теме - греческим воинам периода ранней бронзы - 1600-1100 г до н.э.
Приводятся рисунки и фотографии артефактов, на основании которых сделаны реконструкции внешнего вида воинов.
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In the lower-right corner is an exploded view of the warrior's armour, with the alternative shoulder guard found in Tomb 8 at Dendra. 28 •fo\ af o A r>> rvp 13 Linear B ideograms of armour and corselets. Images (1) to (10) are from Knossos, (11) and (12) are from Tiryns and (13) and (14) are from Pylos. (Drawing by Andrea Salimbeti) 30 14 tomb near the armour, pieces of wood with the remains of leather on the reverse side have been found, which could indicate the presence of a shield. Another clear piece of evidence that the Dendra armour was designed for practical use (along with the presence of greaves and only one arm guard) is the difference in the width of the armhole: the larger right armhole ensured freedom of movement for the warrior, who surely preferred his right arm in battle.

These cabins are shown as being placed at the back of the ship. They 48 were probably removable so they could be placed on different ships at different times. In some ships a boar-tusk helmet is placed on the cabin's central pole, while in others helmets hang from the central cabins. 1350 BC (one of the earliest naval scenes in the history of Achaean pictorial representation) show elaborate depictions of two ships and two classes of men: large warriors with robes, helmets and swords, who stand on the deck or the shore, and small nude men who toil below the decks.

A line in tablet PYEq03 translated by some scholars as 'Khreteus one horse' has been seen as evidence that this horse was used for riding rather than chariot driving, or that both civil and military authorities contributed to providing the horse. The recently found tablets in Thebes confirm the presence of war chariots (i-qi-ja) in the Theban army; also mentioned are the chariot's beams (a-ko-so-ne) and wooden parts (e-pi-zo-ta). These tablets are also evidence of the presence of horse keepers (i-qo-po-qoi) and cavalrymen/charioteers (e-pi-qoi).

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