Of Civil Government.
... munitions, I include everything pertaining to the military art. ... All these things,
however, were not done in the ... such deeds, when they took up arms against kings ...
/.../the institutes of the christian religion/chapter 20 of civil government.htm
To the Rev. Andrew Brandram
... soon left us, in order to attend to his military duties ... in company with others;
'however,' said he, 'were I alone ... I said that I supposed he carried arms with him ...
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Concerning the Barbarians Beyond the Danube, who were Driven Out ...
... They took up arms against each other, and Phritigernes was ... The Goths were not long
in making peace among ... of the usual complement of men for the military service ...
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Preparations for the Invasion of Greece.
... One contributed horses, another arms and ammunition, another ships ... the conveyance
of troops or of military stores. ... Sea, and many of the islands, were already in ...
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Herodotus and Xenophon.
... almost exclusively to the use of arms, to horsemanship ... races, the games, and the
military spectacles, there ... descriptions of neighboring nations, were read to ...
/.../abbott/cyrus the great/chapter i herodotus and xenophon.htm
The Eighteenth Theban Dynasty
... earrings, and necklaces, while from their arms, necks, and belts ... reign, and he also
held a military command in ... of barter with which they were provided, and to ...
/.../chapter iiithe eighteenth theban dynasty.htm
The Sack of Rome
... populace remained behind the walls, unused to arms, and still ... Quicker than any one
else, the military governor of ... No sooner were they off the boat than he had ...
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The Close of the Theban Empire --(Continued)
... and half in blue, arms, sceptres, military batons, necklaces ... by two undulating lines,
while the arms and legs ... are deceptive to the eye: such were the statuettes ...
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Significance of Compulsory Service.
... one state adopted it the others were obliged to ... this means all citizens are under
arms to support ... Universal military service was an inevitable logical necessity ...
/.../the kingdom of god is within you/chapter vii significance of compulsory.htm
Babylonia and Assyria
... Its training, discipline, and arms were such as the world ... re-organising western Asia,
and the military abilities of ... Here too were kept the public records, as ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook1 Chronicles 12:33,37
Of Zebulun, such as went forth to battle, expert in war, with all instruments of war, fifty thousand, which could keep rank: they were not of double heart.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Arms and Armor
Military Arms for Sieges: Battering Rams
Military Arms for Sieges: Engines for Casting Stones
Military Arms of Conquered Nations Taken Away to Prevent Rebellion
Military Arms of the Vanquished: Sometime Burned
Military Arms of the Vanquished: Sometimes Kept As Trophies
Military Arms of the Vanquished: Taken off Them
Military Arms were Provided by Individuals Themselves
Military Arms were Provided: from the Public Arsenals
Military Arms: Armouries Built For
Military Arms: Before Using: Anointed
Military Arms: Before Using: Burnished
Military Arms: Before Using: Tried and Proved
Military Arms: Defensive: Buckler
Military Arms: Defensive: Called Armour
Military Arms: Defensive: Called Harness
Military Arms: Defensive: Coat of Mail, Breastplate, Habergeon, or Brigandine
Military Arms: Defensive: Girdle
Military Arms: Defensive: Greaves
Military Arms: Defensive: Helmet
Military Arms: Defensive: Shield
Military Arms: Defensive: Target
Military Arms: Great Stores of, Prepared
Military Arms: Hung of the Walls of Cities
Military Arms: Inferior to Wisdom
Military Arms: Judgments of God
Military Arms: Made of Iron, Steel, or Brass
Military Arms: Not Worn in Ordinary Times
Military Arms: Offensive: Battle-Axe
Military Arms: Offensive: Bow and Arrows
Military Arms: Offensive: Called Instruments of Death
Military Arms: Offensive: Called Instruments of War
Military Arms: Offensive: Called Weapons of War
Military Arms: Offensive: Dagger
Military Arms: Offensive: Dart or Javelin
Military Arms: Offensive: Hand Staff
Military Arms: Offensive: Sling
Military Arms: Offensive: Spear or Lance
Military Arms: Offensive: Sword
Military Arms: Offensive: Two-Edged Sword
Military Arms: Often Given As Presents
Military Arms: Part of, Borne by Armour-Bearers
Military Arms: Put on at the First Alarm
Military Arms: Spiritual Armour
Military Arms: Spiritual Weapons
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