Archaiologia On Archaic Greek Body Armour (Studia Archaeologica Septentrionalia)

Archaiologia On Archaic Greek Body Armour Studia Archaeologica Septentrionalia None

  • Title: Archaiologia On Archaic Greek Body Armour (Studia Archaeologica Septentrionalia)
  • Author: Eero Jarva
  • ISBN: 9789529888030
  • Page: 456
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  • A good reference work when it comes to Archaic Greek body-armour, with detailed discussions of helmets, cuirasses, and greaves, as well as lesser-known pieces of armour, such as belly-guards, thigh guards, and both lower and upper arm guards. I have some doubts as regards Jarva's method of dating pieces of armour based on the distance between perforations, and some of the discussion in chapter 3 ("Beyond the typology") seems a little underdeveloped at points, but these doubts c.q. complaints do [...]


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