Antiguas Armas griegas
Antiguas Armas griegas
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The Greek Palintonon weapon. The catapult is a device that hurls heavy objects or arrows over a large distance. It was invented in ancient Greece in 399 BC by Dionysius the Elder of Syracuse (at the same time we have the Gastraphetes). Probably earlier the Assyrians used missile devices (700 BC ?) and this idea has been passed to the Persians, the Phoenicians and later to the Greeks but the Greeks developed the first effective versions. The Romans later added wheels to the catapult to make...
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Google; Ancient catapult.
The Xiphos is a double-edged, single-hand sword used by the ancient Greeks. It was a secondary battlefield weapon for the Greek armies after the spear or javelin.
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Part 5 for my Percy Jackson oc: Peyton Lowly primary weapon xiphos
My double edged sword, turns into a ring when not in use
The Xiphos is a double-edged, single-hand sword used by the ancient Greeks. It was a secondary battlefield weapon for the Greek armies after the spear or javelin. The classic blade was generally about 50–60 cm long, although the Spartans supposedly started to use blades as short as 30 cm around the era of the Greco-Persian Wars. The Xiphos sometimes has a midrib, or is diamond or lenticular in cross-section. It was generally hung from a baldric under the left arm.
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Otra imagen de la Falcata de Almedinilla, Córdoba.http://www.historialago.com/leg_iberos_i_falcata_01.jpg
Las espadas y falcatas de los guerreros íberos
Empuñadura de Falcata
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- Empuñadura de Falcata Iberica
Decorated hilt of a 4th or 3rd century BC falcata from Almendinilla. Cordoba.
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Iberian falcatas; single edged swords were used by Celts as well as Iberians. Their origin goes back to the Egyptian Kopesh of the Late Bronze Age.