3 edition of Warlike directions: or The souldiers practice found in the catalog.
Warlike directions: or The souldiers practice
by printed by Thomas Harper, and are to be sold by Charles Green, at this shop in Ivie Lane in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Warlike directions, Souldiers practice, Officers at a company of soldiers|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2029:18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 86,  p.|
|Number of Pages||86|
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Souldiers practice Responsibility: set forth for the benefit of all such as are, or will be, scholars of martiall discipline, but especially for all such officers as are not yet setled or rightly grounded in the arte of warre, by a practitioner in the same art, T.F.
Warlike directions. Sovldiers practice. Souldiers practice. Responsibility: set forth for the benefit of all such as are, or will be, scholars of martiall discipline, but especially for all such officers as are not yet setled or rightly grounded in the. Warlike Directions or the Souldier’s Practice Military manual by Thomas Fisher, printed in The previous woodcut appears in this book as does this, almost identical image, though this time the musketeer/dragoon is not armed to the teeth.
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Rohan, Henri, duc de. The complete captain, or, an abbridgement of Cesars warres and a particular treatise of modern war Englished by J[ohn] C[ruso].Cambridge: Roger Daniel,old calf, purchased from Pickering Chatto, 6 March. British rudimental manuals with decipherable rudiments date back as far as with the publication of Thomas Fisher's Warlike Directions or the Soldiers Practice which shows at least 4 ruff-based rudiments.
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The Minoan society of ancient Crete was infiltrated with warlike imagery, belying the historical view of the Minoans as entirely peaceful. Hoplites were armored infantryman, armed with spears and shields, and the phalanx was a formation of these soldiers with their shields locked together and spears pointed forward.
The Chigi vase, dated to around BC, is the earliest depiction of a hoplite in full battle array. With this evolution in warfare, battles seem to have consisted mostly of the clash of hoplite.
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The first of six was the Rabbit group for all young boys; others could be joined as they grew up. The Koitsenko was an honorary group of ten greatest warriors who were elected. The soldier societies policed the campsite and went on hunts and into war.
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