7 edition of Arms and armor of the samurai found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189) and index.
|Statement||[I. Bottomley & A.P. Hopson].|
|Contributions||Hopson, A. 1944-|
|LC Classifications||U821.J3 B68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
The origins of the warrior class --The samurai during the Gempei Wars --The Kamakura and Nambokucho periods --Civil unrest: the Ashikaga Shogunate --The evolution of modern armour --The arrival of the southern barbarians --Japan in isolation: the Edo period. Series Title: A Bison book. Other Titles: Arms and armor of the samurai: Responsibility. Hide caption. The type of armor worn by high-ranking samurai cavalrymen from about the late Heian through the early Muromachi periods (mid-twelfth–fourteenth century) is referred to as e yoroi tended to be larger and more extensive than the types of armor worn by the infantry, they are often referred to as -yoroi (great armors). In the tsumadori style of armor lacing, seen on.
Book Description Metropolitan Museum of Art, Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Over-size soft cover book titled ART OF THE SAMURAI: Japanese Arms and Armor, Edited by Morihiro Ogawa. Published by Metropolitan Museum of Art in Beautifully illustrated with color and black and white photographs. Light rubbing to covers. As the samurai's power grew and evolved, so did their arms and armor. With this thrilling coloring collection, you can explore 30 dramatic portrayals of legendary soldiers fighting on horseback, in hand-to-hand combat, and at sea.
Edo period samurai police officers (machi-kata doshin) wore kusari garments for protection when making an arrest, and Ian Bottomley in his book Arms and Armor of the Samurai: The History of Weaponry in Ancient Japan shows a picture of a kusari armour and mentions kusari katabira (chain jackets) with detachable arms being worn by samurai police. Get this from a library! Arms and armor of the samurai: the history of weaponry in ancient Japan. [I Bottomley; A Hopson] -- The history of arms, armor, and weaponry of the Samurai in ancient Japan.
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As a personal suggestion, read the excellent book 'Samurai Source Book' by Stephen Turnbull; there is a section in that book that makes an introduction to the Samurai armor. Once you read it, then go to this book and everything would fall in place, and you'll realize the diversity and uniqueness of the samurai armor and arms/5(21).
Recommends it for: samurai wannabes This is _still_ the best book in English that stands as an introduction to Japanese arms and armour. The pictures, especially those in color, are exquisite and many are one-of-a-kind in English.
Bottomley's book is 4/5. The Book of Samurai: Samurai Arms, Armour & the Tactics of Warfare is the second book in the Book of Samurai series (The translated work of Natori Sanjuro Masazumi) by Antony Cummins & Yoshie Minami.
This book is a marvelous, historical text by itself, but along the Book of Samurai Book 1: Fundamental Teachings, you begin to see medieval Japan unfold before your very eyes/5(30).
This children's book is filled with fantastic images and facts on various types of weapons and armor. The author takes a chronological perspective starting with prehistoric times and through to the present day.
It was really interesting to see the different types of weapons from guns and bows/arrows to swords and knives.4/5. Buy a cheap copy of Arms and Armor of the Samurai book by Ian Bottomley. Illustrations and text trace the development of samurai arms from their earliest beginning to the ceremonial armor of the Tokugawa era Free shipping over $/5(5).
Arms and armor of the samurai book of the Samurai: Japanese Arms and Armor, " is the catalog from a seemingly unprecedented exhibit of samurai armor, swords (nihonto), sword fittings (koshirae), and war accoutrements displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York inin partnership with the Tokyo National Museum and the Agency for Culture Affairs of Japan/5(23).
Samurai arms and equipment are widely recognized as masterpieces in steel, silk, and lacquer. This extensively illustrated volume is published in conjunction with the first comprehensive exhibition devoted to the arts of the samurai/5(24).
"This extensively illustrated catalogue is published in conjunction with the first comprehensive exhibition devoted to the arts of the samurai, including the finest examples of swords - the spirit of the samurai - as well as sword mountings and fittings, armor and helmets, saddles, textiles, and paintings.
The works in the catalogue, drawn from public and private collections in Japan, include 5/5(1). Description Samurai arms and equipment are widely recognized as masterpieces in steel, silk, and lacquer.
This extensively illustrated volume includes the finest examples of swords, sword mountings and fittings, armor and helmets, saddles, banners, and paintings from Japanese collections. The Met collection of arms and armor is a modern one, formed through the activities and interests of curators, trustees, private collectors, and donors over the past years.
The collection comprises approximately fourteen thousand objects, of which more than five thousand are European, two thousand are from the Near East, and four thousand from the Far East. This great book details the history of Japanese arms and armour from archaeological finds until the 19th century.
It includes lots of pictures and diagrams showing the construction and details most books miss out. The text is packed with information as to how and why things were made/5(19). Weapon: A Visual History of Arms and Armor tells this epic story of the entire spectrum of weaponry through stunning photography and authoritative coverage, from the stone axes of the earliest warfare to the heavy artillery of today's armies.
Take a journey through the centuries, from the Viking sword to the Baker rifle to the AK, as you explore the forms and functions of the greatest arms of /5(). With introduction by Dr. Sasan. Expertly written and researched history of Japanese weaponry. Traces the rise, development, and demise of the Samurai who dominated Japan for over years.
With many previously unpublished photographs. illustrations.5/5(1). For nearly one thousand years, Japan's military nobility lived the code of Bushido, the "way of the warrior." As the samurai's power grew and evolved, so did their arms and armor.
With this thrilling coloring collection, you can explore 30 dramatic portrayals of legendary soldiers. Every piece of arms or armor is given in the language of the Samurai and explained in English. An extremely useful tool for a middle or high school instructor to compliment his course on World or Japanese history.
This book is a treasure of text and /5(22). — ISBNSamurai arms and equipment are widely recognized as masterpieces in steel, silk, and lacquer.
This extensively illustrated volume includes the finest examples of swords, sword mountings and fittings, armor and helmets, saddles, banners, and paintings from Japanese collections. Arms and armor of the samurai: the history of weaponry in ancient Japan.
Some features of WorldCat will not be available. ARMS & ARMOR BOOKS from Barnes & Noble: Antique Weapons and Armour. Phaidon Guide To Antique Weapons and Armour By Robert Wilkinson-Latham PHAIDON PRESS, LTD.
- Oxford (UK) The long development of arms and armor in the Samurai's year history is fully detailed in this handsome volume. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm: Contents: The origins of the warrior class --The samurai during the Gempei Wars --The Kamakura and Nambokucho periods --Civil unrest: the Ashikaga Shogunate --The evolution of modern armour --The arrival of the southern barbarians.
Books shelved as arms-and-armor: The Archaeology of Weapons: Arms and Armour from Prehistory to the Age of Chivalry by Ewart Oakeshott, A Knight and His. DK Eyewitness Arms and Armor is an original and exciting look at the history of weapons and armor through the ages.
Stunning real-life photographs reveal the .Samurai Arms and Armor () by Ming-Ju Sun. Title: Samurai Arms and Armor By: Ming-Ju Sun Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 30 Vendor: Dover Publications Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 5 ounces ISBN: ISBN Series: Dover Coloring Book Stock No: WWPages: exemplified by the graceful weapons and armors that the samurai carried and wore.
In order to illustrate the cultural evolution of the samurai and the evolution of their arms and armor in the proper historical context, this report begins with a brief historical review of the.