Battles & Weapons: Exploring History Through Art
The popular Picture That!series features fine-art reproductions to explore history! The latest addition to the series features an informative history-through-art look at swords, guns, battlefields and warriors. These books are favorites of art and history lovers alike! High quality art reproductions with sidebars and historical info Spotlights on details of paintings are used to impart information in an engaging and browsable format. This book is as at home on a coffee table as it is on a library shelf. Praise for other titles in Picture That! series: Art and history meld with entertaining and successful results. . . These unique, well-thought-out titles are good for reports, and browsers would enjoy them, too. —School Library Journal
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The Age of Amor
Guns and Cannons
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Age of Armor Alexander Alexander's Allied Ancient Ancient Egypt armed armored knights arrows ARTISTS UNKNOWN attack barbarians Bastille Battle of Crecy Battle of Issus battlefield Bayeux Tapestry Biard bombs British bullets Bunker Hill called cannons captured carry castles cavalry cavalrymen chain mail charge chariot Cholat Christian clothes colonists combat crew crossbow crossbowmen Crusade Darius dead Dorling Kindersley Egypt Egyptian empire enemy England English archers English longbow English soldiers Europe fighting fire flag flintlock foot soldiers forces France French German gunpowder helmet horseback horses illuminated manuscript Indians infantry John Trumbull killed king Lakota Land legion legionaries Little Bighorn load longbow metal mosaic musket Muslim Norman NUMBER painted Persian pharaoh powerful prison protect reload retreat riding Roman scene Shi's shields ship shot spears stab stirrups stone sword Thompson submachine gun tomb troops Tutankhamen U.S. Army wall Warfare warrior weapons wear armor William Winslow Homer wooden World wounded