What is the definition of Corinthian?

What is the definition of Corinthian?

1 : of, relating to, or characteristic of Corinth or Corinthians. 2 : of or relating to the lightest and most ornate of the three ancient Greek architectural orders distinguished especially by its large capitals decorated with carved acanthus leaves — see order illustration.

When was the Corinthian helmet used?

seventh century

What was the Corinthian helmet made of?

bronze

Where was the Corinthian helmet found?

Taman Peninsula

What is the hair on a Spartan helmet called?

horsehair crest

What does a Spartan helmet symbolize?

Strength, courage, loyalty and power: the Spartan helmet has always evoked all this and is a wonderful symbol. Imagine the Spartan helmet dropped on the face of the soldiers before the battle, with their eyes shining behind the crack.

Why did Roman helmets have mohawks?

In the Republic, the Romans wore them for the same reason basically everybody in the ancient world wore such decorations on their armour: because it made them look taller and more impressive (Goldsworthy, "Fall of Carthage", 47).

Were there any female Spartan warriors?

Although Spartan women were not active in the military, they were educated and enjoyed more status and freedom than other Greek women. Because Spartan men were professional soldiers, all manual labor was done by a slave class, the Helots.

What was the Spartan motto?

Molon labe