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Hoplite Warfare Heavily armored infantryman Hoplon Citizen soldiers Equipment was half the body weight
Shield wall fighting formation
Hoplite Warfare Phalanx fighting formation A hoplite was protected by the right half of his own shield (carried on his left arm) and the left half of the shield of the man on his right.
Hoplite Warfare Hoplites who had lost their shields in battle were dishonored while those who had lost their helmets and breastplates were not
Hoplite Warfare King Demaratos of Sparta said "Because the latter (helmets and breastplates) they donned for their own protection, but the shield for the common good of the entire line."
Hoplite Warfare The strength of hoplites was shock combat Two armies would smash into each other in hopes of breaking or encircling the enemy force's line
Hoplite Warfare A pushing match, with the men in the rear trying to force the front lines through those of the enemy Battles rarely lasted more than an hour
Corinthian helmet bronze helmet: covered the entire head and neck slits for the eyes and mouth large curved projection protected the nape of the neck
Hoplite Warfare Hoplon shield a large, deeply concave, circular shield made of wood and bronze about inches in diameter
supported by strap in the center of the back face of the shield, and a leather or cord grip at the edge
warrior's left arm to slide through up to the forearm, while the hand held the grip located at the edge of the shield
sharp concave shape of these shields: –inside of the rim could be rested against the warrior's shoulder –brace the shield against powerful blows –take some of the strain off of his arms
Doru counterbalanced stabbing spear
Hoplite Warfare Form fitted muscle breastplate
Short falcata stabbing/slashing sword
Hoplite Warfare Large numbers of hoplites using swords?? Individual hand to hand combat Out of shield wall protective formation
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