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The Art of the Etruscan Armourer
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For those interested in pre-Roman Italy, my recent paper about Etruscan and Faliscan arms and armour can be read here.

Cheers,




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#2
Sweet, thanks for the link!
Alexander
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#3
Likewise - thanks!
Francis Hagan

The Barcarii
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(08-01-2014, 10:07 AM)Ross Cowan Wrote: For those interested in pre-Roman Italy, my recent paper about Etruscan and Faliscan arms and armour can be read here.

Cheers,

The above link is dead. The paper is available again here.

R!




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#5
Thanks for the update. I missed it the first time round.
Author: Bronze Age Military Equipment, Pen & Sword Books
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#6
I liked that Negau on page 752 so much I had a reproduction made. We use it at the Penn Museum often.

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Joe Balmos
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(04-08-2017, 12:07 AM)Creon01 Wrote: I liked that Negau on page 752 so much I had a reproduction made. We use it at the Penn Museum often.

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That's brilliant! :-)




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#8
Here's the artifact page https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/300581
Joe Balmos
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