ANCIENT ART
MILITARY ART
ETRURIA
GREECE
ITALY
ROME
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1. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Arrowhead with three notches.
2. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Bone arrowheads.
From a tomb in Mycenae.
3. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Eagle (standard of legion) and insignia of maniples.
By the image on a medal.
4. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Edge of a spear from Mycenae.
Bronze.
5. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Helmets.
6. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Metallic helmet shaped after the model of a Phrygian cap.
7. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Peltast.
After the Athenian painting on a vase.
8. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Spartan hoplites.
9. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Sword of the pre-Homeric age.
10. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Sword of the pre-Homeric age.
11. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Trireme.
12. MILITARY ART. Etruria.
Etruscan helmet.
Bronze. Beginning of 5th century BCE.
Arezzo, Civic Archaeological Museum.
13. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Bronze dagger with an embossed representation of a lion-hunt. Detail.
Gold and silver on niello. 16th century BCE.
Athens, National Archaeological Museum.
14. MILITARY ART. Greece.
Golden edge from Mycenae with a scene of hunting for lions.
16th century BCE.
Athens, National Archaeological Museum.
15. MILITARY ART. Southern Italy.
Openwork helmet of metal and bronze with chiselled peak and coralline coating.
First half of the 4th century BCE.
Berlin, State Museums, Collection of Classical Antiquities.
16. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Bronze Roman helmet, type “Montefortino A.”
Mid-4th — mid-3rd centuries BCE.
Bologna, Civic Archaeological Museum.
17. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Bronze helmet, type “Negau”, from Daone.
Front view.
4th—1st centuries BCE.
Brescia, Santa Giulia Civic Museum.
18. MILITARY ART. Rome.
Bronze helmet, type “Negau”, from Daone.
Lateral view.
4th—1st centuries BCE.
Brescia, Santa Giulia Civic Museum.
19. MILITARY ART. Etruria.
Bronze helmet ornamented with a triton killing a warrior.
Attic type. Etruscan work. Mid-5th century BCE.
Florence, National Archaeological Museum.
20. MILITARY ART. Etruria.
Bronze helmet ornamented with a triton killing a warrior.
Image detail: triton killing a warrior.
Etruscan work. Mid-5th century BCE.
Florence, National Archaeological Museum.
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