2 edition of Catalogue of Irish bronze swords. found in the catalog.
Catalogue of Irish bronze swords.
|Contributions||National Museum of Ireland.|
|LC Classifications||NK7946 .E55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxix, 190, 97 p.|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||68001182|
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Catalogue of Irish Bronze Swords. Dublin, Published by the Stationery Office, Folio. XXXIX, pages plus 97 plates with illustrations. Original Hardcover. Excellent condition with Catalogue of Irish bronze swords. book minor signs of external wear. Includes for example the following essays: The Bronze Sword in Ireland / The Prototypes of the Earliest Bronze Swords and Author: George Eogan.
Genre/Form: Catalogs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eogan, George. Catalogue of Irish bronze swords. Dublin, Stationery Off., (OCoLC) Further reading: George Eogan,"The later Bronze Age in Ireland in the light of recent research," Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, New Series XXX: George Eogan,"Catalogue of Irish Bronze Swords," National Museum of Ó Faoláin and J.
Northover,"The Technology of Late Bronze Age Sword Production in Ireland," The Journal of Irish Archaeology. The leaf shaped bronze sword is one of the most distinctive and evocative weapons of prehistory.
The type appears throughout Western Europe in the final centuries of the second millennium BC only to disappear as an artefact type with the widespread introduction of iron weapons hundreds of years later.
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The hilt was riveted on. (From Wilde’s Catalogue). The usual term for an ordinary sword was cloidem [cleeve]: and one of the largest size was called cloidem-mor, a name which the Scotch retain to this day in the Anglicised form "claymore," which nearly represents the proper sound.
Bronze Age swords appeared from around the 17th century BC, in the Black Sea region and the Aegean, as a further development of the were replaced by iron swords during the early part of the 1st millennium BC. From an early time the swords reached lengths in excess of cm.
The technology to produce blades of such lengths appears to have been developed in the Aegean, using alloys. There are individual books of swords. Then there are 3 compilations, and this book is just the first of the three. There may be a final book which actually is the "complete" book of swords and consolidates the 3 low level compilations, but this is not it.
Beyond that, despite their age, the stories are fantastic/5(47). The First Book of Lost Swords: Woundhealer's Story. by Fred Saberhagen. Ratings 34 Reviews published 3 editions. An omnibus of the first three Book of Swords novels. Read the First Book of Swords as part of my high fantasy month on my blog.
Interesting world, cool idea about the swords. Wasn't just action packed, but I enjoyed the story. Although I liked it, and started the second book of swords, I just couldn't get into it any further and stopped reading/5. The alloys used in the bronze age for swords, on average, vary from 8% to 12% tin and in later swords the lead content varies 1% to 5% depending on the tin content.
My personal feelings are that the hardness of sword alloys could not exceed the hardness of the tools used in. The Irish Bronze Age swords can be divided into six classes. The earlies swords to reach Ireland, Class 1, were contrived around 1, B.C.
in the region of the Thames estuary and are the result of an attempt to copy the intrusive Erbenheim and Hemigkofen weapons by Middle Bronze Age trained by: 2.
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The series spans several decades and features dozens of characters. 8 Apr - Explore njenings's board "Celtic Weapons" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Celtic, Weapons and Sword pins. Over similar Late Bronze Age swords are known from Ireland, the vast majority having being recovered from watery contexts such as rivers, lakes or bogs.
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The Royal Irish Academy in Dublin is home to a large collection of ancient Irish weaponry. From the Bronze Age there are many weapons including swords, skeans, spearheads, celts or axes, bridle-bits, spurs, chains, etc., as well as several pots, vessels, and other artifacts of the same period and material.
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While some have said that this exceptionally wide hilt (10") gets in the way during a swing, I have not found this to be the case. Covid Update The shipment backlog from our shut down is pretty much caught up and we are essentially back to business as normal. The only exception .Home → Swords - Western European → Deepeeka Swords → Roman and Ancient Swords → Celtic Bronze Sword.
View Larger Image. E-mail this product to a friend Celtic Bronze Sword. This Celtic Sword has a blade cast from bronze. It is secured to cast bronze hilt with three bronze rivets in the guard.It was probably made of hard tanned leather, possibly chequered with bars of iron or bronze. The warriors often dyed their helmets in colours: and there was commonly a crest on top.
Shield.—From the earliest period of history and tradition, and doubtless from times beyond the reach of .