THE ARMOUR OF THE SEA PEOPLES WARRIORS.
PART ONE: THE HORNED-HELMETS OF THE SEA PEOPLES WARRIORS.
Horned Helmeted Warrior from the Sea Battle Frieze Medinet Habu, (from THE SEA PEOPLES — Warriors of the Ancient Mediterranean, N.K Sanders).
In this entry I will be solely dealing with my intentions to outline the areas I will cover concerning the Armour of the Sea Peoples warriors, named primarily from Egyptian and Aegean sources.
I have found the issue of Armour to be a most perplexing one when dealing with the Sea Peoples warriors depicted primarily on the Mortuary temple at Medinet…
Peter Connolly, 8 May 1935–2 May 2012.
Before I begin this article I would like to make the following statement:
For any of you who follow my articles on a regular basis you may very well appreciate the work of Peter Connolly that I so admiring reproduce.
It grieves me to learn and it is with deep sadness and regret that I announce the untimely passing of Peter Connolly after a long illness, this most inspirational of individuals to me. …
THE SEA-RAIDERS IN THE LEVANT: THE TWELFTH CENTURY AND AFTER
The origins of “The Sea Raiders saga concludes with the following: Part Two — Narrative, Chapter VII — “THE SEA-RAIDERS IN THE LEVANT: THE TWELFTH CENTURY AND AFTER” of A.R. Burn’s Book “Minoans Philistines and Greeks” (1930).Which is reproduced in whole for the benefit of the reader.
“Woe upon the people of the sea-coast, the nation of the Cherethites; the word of the Lord is against you, O Canaan, land of the Philistines.” — Zephaniah, II.5.
Rameses III died in 1167, and within the decade the sea-raiders settled along the…
THE GREAT MIGRATIONS: ABOUT 1210–1190 B.C.
The origins of “The Sea Raiders saga continues yet further with the following: Part Two — NARRATIVE, Chapter VI — “The Great Migrations: 1210–1190 B.C.” of A.R. Burn’s Book “Minoans Philistines and Greeks” (1930). Reproduced in whole, for the benefit of the reader.
“The isles were restless, disturbed among themselves; the poured out their people all together. No land stood before them, beginning from Khatti-Kode, Caremish, Avrad and Alysaya; they destroyed them and assembled together their camp in the midst of the Amorite country.
. . . They marched towards Egypt with fire prepared…
EGYPT, KHATTI, AND THE SEA-RAIDERS
(C. 1375–1200 B.C.).
The origins of “The Sea Raiders” saga continues with the following : Part Two — NARRATIVE, Chapter V — “Egypt, Khatti, And The Sea-Raiders (C. 1375–1200 B.C.).” of A.R. BURN’S Book “Minoans Philistines and Greeks” (1930). Reproduced in whole for the benefit of the reader.
So much for the actors in the drama of the fourteenth and thirteenth centuries.
The situation, then, some twenty-five years after the fall of Knossos, was that, freed from Minoan tyranny, Aegean civilization appeared to be stronger than ever before; Khatti and Egypt too — the one…
THE SILVER AGE: MYKENAI AND HER NEIGHBOURS
The origins of “The Sea Raiders” saga continues with the following : Part Two — NARRATIVE, Chapter IV — “The Silver Age : Mykenai And Her Neighbours” of A.R. BURN’S Book “Minoans Philistines and Greeks.” (1930). Reproduced in whole for the benefit of the reader.
RECENT WORKS IN CORSICA
By ROGER GROSJEAN
(The following Article is reproduced in whole from the 1966 Antiquity Journal Vol.XL., for the benefit of the reader, and introduces the less well known though equally mysterious people from the Isle of Corsica in the Western Mediterranean whom we know as the Torreans and their possible connection with the Horned Warriors of the Sea Battle frieze at Medinet-Habu, Egypt).
Monsieur Grosjean is a former pupil of the late Abbe Breuil and has, since 1954, been excavating and conducting fieldwork and research in the prehistory and protohistory of Corsica. He is a member…
THE DESTRUCTION OF KNOSSOS
“ (1930). Reproduced in whole for the benefit of the reader.
“Shall not the isles shake at the sound of thy fall, when the wounded groan, when the slaughter is made in the midst of thee?…How …
THE GOLDEN AGE OF CRETE
(1930 ). Rreproduced in whole for the benefit of the reader.
The Sea Raiders — Part 2.
The Descendants of the Minoan Cretans still walk amongst us today!
First some very important news for the reader concerning ground breaking discoveries concerning the Minoan Cretans and the true origins of Europe’s first and most mysterious Ancient High Civilization.
( The “Three Minoan Ladies” from the “Blue Frescoe” , Knossos, Crete.).
When Sir Arthur Evans discovered in the early twentieth century, the remnants of the civilization he dubbed ‘Minoan’ was stunned. Trying to give an explanation as to the origin…
Fascinated with the Aegean Bronze Age.