Evgeny Danilov

Evgeny Danilov

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European tent in cross section showing arrangement of supporting ropes and hanging walls. c. 1641. This is too late for the Tudor period but it is a fine example of English Civil War tents.

European tent in cross section showing arrangement of supporting ropes and hanging walls. This is too late for the Tudor period but it is a fine example of English Civil War tents.

upside down crows feet!  http://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/5815/2067903.1/0_66ca8_665200b9_orig

upside down crows feet! http://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/5815/2067903.1/0_66ca8_665200b9_orig

YOTOV Vikings in the Balkans - The Varangian Axe from Bulgaria -  10th–early 11th century axe blade, from Stana, Novi Pazar region,

YOTOV Vikings in the Balkans - The Varangian Axe from Bulgaria - century axe blade, from Stana, Novi Pazar region,

Byzantine javelin head 10th -11th C 200mm Provenance unknown - The Sylloge Taktika (an anonymous treatise compiled circa 950AD) specifies that javelins should be one and a third orguiai (2.49 metres) or twelve spithamai (2.34 m) in length, and also that two or three should be carried.

Byzantine javelin head C Provenance unknown - The Sylloge Taktika (an anonymous treatise compiled circa specifies that javelins should be one and a third orguiai metres) or twelve spithamai m) in length, and also that two or three should be carried.

sella castrensis - . Late Roman/Early Byzantine, 3rd - 4th century A.D. Iron with fine bronze and silver inlay.  Height 50 cm. Element dimensions 63 x 39 cm.  During the Roman Republican and Imperial periods, The iron field chair, the so-called "sella castrensis" was particularly common for military authority and essentially reserved for commanders in the field.

Roman iron folding seat dating from century AD, iron with fine bronze and silver inlay.

Byzantine folding-chair

This close up of a diphros okladias shows how leather was used as a seat and attached by metal rings. The designs are also evident in this picture.

FOLDING STOOL  Wrought iron  Byzantine ?; 12th century ? Simillar types appear in Byzantine manuscripts.

Folding Stool - Place of origin: Italy (possibly, made) Germany (possibly, made). Materials and Techniques: Wrought iron inlaid with copper and silver, bronze decoration

Folding Stool | Italy, 11th century | V Search the Collections

Folding Stool - Place of origin: Italy (possibly, made) Germany (possibly, made). Materials and Techniques: Wrought iron inlaid with copper and silver, bronze decoration