I like the diversity in style in their implements of destruction. There is no reason that art and war should be mutually exclusive endeavors. But then the world has lost a lot in aesthetic appreciation across the board not just in armor and weaponry.
Have you ever been to the Philadelphia Museum of Art?
Arms and Armor Collection
posted on 04/10/2011 9:22:52 PM PDT
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Unfortunately no. It's too far away and not a city I would care to visit today. But thanks for the link I have no problem perusing their website. Lots of cool stuff there.
Technology is great, I'm no Luddite, but the end of the ages of hand crafting by an artisan seems an unfortunate effect of progress. A loss of some beauty at any rate.
posted on 04/10/2011 9:56:26 PM PDT
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To: Antoninus; SunkenCiv
Mauseleum of Theodoric, Ostrogoth King, 525 AD.
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