Marathon to Chaironeia: changes in hoplite armour
Professor Peter Krentz speaks on changes in hoplite armour at the Greek and Roman Armour Day, 20th July 2015.
Men of Bronze: Hoplite Warfare in Ancient Greece
Many times when a reader picks up a book pertaining to a certain event or object in history, it is from one point of...
Mycenaean Krater With Warriors
Large Mycenaean krater depicting men in full armour (helmet, cuirass, greaves, shield and spear) as they depart for war...
Mycenaean warriors depicted on a krater from Mycenae known as the 'House of the Warrior Vase', 12th century BCE. (National Archaeological...
Naue II Mycenaean Bronze Sword Tests
Thrand and Eldgrim test the long awaited Naue II Bronze swords from master bronze weaponsmith and Historian Neil Burridge...
Overarm Vs. Underarm Spear and Shield Reply to Demomanchaos and Critics
Thrand and Marquez reply to Demomanchoas, critics and skeptical viewers by redoing the barrel test the way Thrand had originally...
The Peloponnesian League (c. 550 BCE - c. 366 BCE) was a loose confederation of Greek city-states led by Sparta. The League...
The Peloponnesian Wars fought between Athens and Sparta and their respective allies came in two stages, the first from...
A map indicating the alliances and major battles of the Peloponnesian War in the Hellenic world (431-404 BCE).
A peltast was a type of Greek infantryman who was usually armed with a javelin and who carried a light shield. Originating...