Published May 2000
by Royal Armouries .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
I thought you might be interested in this item at Title: The medieval armour from Rhodes Author: Walter J Karcheski; Thom Richardson; Royal Armouries Museum (Leeds, GB); John Woodman Higgins armory (Worcester, Mass.) Publisher: Leeds: Royal Armouries Museum, ISBN/ISSN: OCLC About the book: The Mediterranean island of Rhodes formed the base for the Knights of St John from until the capture of the island by the Ottoman Turks in The armour they left behind on Rhodes was discovered in the middle of the nineteenth century, and was recognised as an exceedingly important find for the study of medieval armour/5(2). ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Co-published with the Higgins Armory Museum. Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm. The Medieval Armour from Rhodes, , pages, Walter J. Date: | Category: | Tags: The Fascinating History of Medieval Castles From Emergence.
The Medieval Armour From Rhodes. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Walter J. Karcheski Jr., Thom Richardson, Walter Karcheski, Paula Turner Date May Publisher Royal Armouries ISBN ISBN Format Hardcover. , Synopsis The Mediterranean island of Rhodes formed the base for the Knights of St John from until the capture of the island by the Ottoman Turks in The armour they left behind on Rhodes was discovered in the middle of the nineteenth century, and was recognised as an exceedingly important find for the study of medieval s: 1. The Armour shown above, located in the collections of the Museum, is a piece of a boy’s leg armour, used by a page in Rhodes between and It offers a fascinating insight into the education and knightly training of children and adolescents in the Middle Ages. The Medieval Armour from Rhodes, , pages, Walter J. Karcheski, Thom Richardson, , , Royal Armouries Museum, DOWNLOAD ?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=The+Medieval+Armour+from+Rhodes. The Mediterranean island .
The catalogue also describes the relationships that exist between the Rhodes pieces and other surviving elements of medieval armour, as well as armour depicted in medieval art, and provides an essential source of reference on the whole field of European armour of the fifteenth and early sixteenth of the inaugural Justus Lipsius Award for . Save on ISBN has The Medieval Armour From Rhodes by Walter J. Karcheski Jr.; Thom Richardson; Walter Karcheski; Paula Turner and millions of more used, rare, and out-of-print books. The Medieval Armour From Rhodes by Karcheski Jr., Walter J.; Richardson, Thom; Karcheski, Walter; Turner, Paula Book condition: Very Good Book Description. The book reads like it is, a grocery list. In other words, this is the piece, its' dimensions, location, known references, similar to, current condition, restorations, and such. It is written to be used as a reference for comarison to unidentified or future located pieces of armour. The book has two minor drawbacks that keep me from giving it 5 /5.