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Titre : 
Roman imperial armour : the production of early imperial military armour / D. Sim and J. Kaminski
Alphabet du titre : 
latin
Auteur(s) : 
Date(s) : 
cop. 2012
Langue(s) : 
anglais
Pays : 
Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord
Editeur(s) :
Oxford : Oxbow Books ; Oakville (Conn.) : D. Brown Book Co., cop. 2012
Description : 
1 vol. (X-180 p.-[8] p. de pl.) : ill. en noir et en coul., couv. ill. en coul. ; 25 cm
ISBN : 
978-1-8421-7435-7 (br.). - 1-8421-7435-5 (br.)
 
Annexes : 
Bibliogr. p. [172]-180. Glossaire
 
Sommaire : 
The evidence
Introduction
Written and visual sources
Metallographic and surface examination
Experimental archaeology
Conclusions
Iron production
Introduction
Sources of iron in the Roman Empire
Moving the ore
Charcoal production
Ore preparation
Bloomery iron production
Bloomsmithing (pimary smithing)
Clean iron
Conclusions
Blacksmithing techniques and production methods
Introduction
Blacksmithing
Welding
Heat treatment
Advantages of hot and cold working
Work hardening
Forming sheet metal hemispheres
Producing holes in sheet metal
Materials testing in antiquity
Recycling metal
Manufacture
Economics
Conclusions
The production of sheet metal
Methods of sheet iron production
Conclusions
Contents
Iron and steel
Introduction
Methods of making steel
Hardening and tempering
Conclusions
Surface treatment of roman armour
Introduction
Rust prevention
The surface appearance of roman armour
Polishing
Coatings
A comparison of different surface treatments
Preventing rusting during storage
Conclusions
Helmets (galea or cassis)
Introduction
Parts of the helmet
Methods of manufacture
Conclusions
Scale armour (lorica squamata)
Body armour
Lorica squamata
Typology of lorica squamata
The nature of scale armour
Field repairs
Case study: the Carlisle shoulder piece
Metallography
Wire to join scales
Replication of scale armour
The future of scale armour
Conclusions
Ring mail (lorica hamata)
Introduction
Wire production
Wire drawing
Type of metals used for wire
Experimental method for producing a draw plate
Wire drawing
Ring types
Non-ferrous rings
Riveted rings
Conclusions
Contents
Segmented body armour (lorica segmentata)
Introduction
Conclusions
Leg and arm armour
Arm armour
Greaves (ocrea)
Method of manufacture
Conclusion
The shield and boss (umbo)
Introduction
Shield edging (guttering)
The construction typology of shield bosses
Double-skinned ferrous shield bosses
Laminated shield bosses (welded)
Other materials
Conclusions
Conclusions
Appendix 1: The survival of ancient machines
Appendix 2: One-sided carburization
Glossary
Latin terms
 
 
 
Sujets : 
U35. .S54 2012
 
 
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DLC
 
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