Origin of hoplite
OTHER WORDS FROM hoplitehop·lit·ic [hop-lit-ik], /hɒpˈlɪt ɪk/, adjective
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How to use hoplite in a sentence
However, at the same time, an upward thrust had less impact or momentum, simply because of its lesser leverage, reach, and defensive posture of the hoplite.Hoplite: The Remarkable Citizen-Soldier of Ancient Greece|Dattatreya Mandal|August 2, 2022|Realm of History
We also know that many hoplites preferred to keep the Corinthian helmets tipped back on their heads during non-combat situations, thereby suggesting the cramped nature of the designs.Know Your Ancient Greek Helmets: From Attic to Phrygian|Dattatreya Mandal|May 19, 2020|Realm of History
Now Artybios was riding a horse which had been trained to rear up against a hoplite.The History Of Herodotus|Herodotus
A horseman fully armed is thrusting his spear into the body of his fallen foe,—a hoplite.
A horseman fully armed is thrusting his spear into the body of his fallen foe—a hoplite.
Thirdly, if Draco had instituted a hoplite census, Solon would not have substituted citizenship by birth.
She had been early plighted to a young hoplite of Ithaca, named Aulakes.Niobe, All Smiles|Harry Paulton and Edward A. (Edward Antonio) Paulton