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Samnites

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This section is devoted to useful literature materials related to the "Samnites" direction.

Main reenactment images of the direction:

Samnite Warrior, 4th century BC
Samnite Warrior, 4th century BC
Samnite Warrior, 4th century BC

Recommended literature in this field

In foreign languages:

The Bronze Italian Hemlet: The development of the Cassis from the last quarter of the six century B.C. to the third quarter of the fircst centure A.D.

John Miles Paddock's work on the study of Italianate helmets and their development from the 6th century BC to the first century AD. The book contains a huge amount of information on Samnite helmets of various types. These are Pylos, Pot-shaped (Negau), Etruscan-Thracian, Chalcidian, Apulo-Corinthian, and Samno-Attic, which are often considered as a subgroup of Chalcidian helmets.

The cultural and military significance of the south Italic warrior 39s panoply from the 5th to the 3rd centuries BC

The book is dedicated to the clothing of the Samnite warriors from the 5th to the 3rd century BC, their weapons and descriptions of their clothing.

The sarnnite warriors appearance. 1995

The book is dedicated to the equipment of Samnite warriors, their features and clothing.

The samnite womans appearance. 1995

The book is dedicated to the clothing of Samnite women and features of Samnite fashion, as opposed to Greek cultures.

Collection of vase paintings with Samnite themes

The book is a collection of Samnite sources from the 5th to the 3rd century BC. Most of the sources are vase paintings and tombs.