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This print shows a procession of men walking from right to left across the foregound of the picture.They are dressed in short tunics and have laurel wreaths on their heads and some have swords.Some carry poles on which there are breast plates and helmets and some are holding litters piled with furniture, vessels and cups. There is an elephant that is partially shown at the far left.The background area is blank.<br />There are traces of additional diagonal hatching marks that had been added at a later date; those lines have been removed.
Giulio Campagnola
Corselet Bearers
1493 – 1503
Museum purchase made possible through the generosity of Herbert Sloan, Marjorie Jackson, Katherine Aldrich, Richard and Linda Greene, and Meeyung Schmitter
1997/1.534
The armor is comprised of a round helmet with a neck protector and a crescent-moon shaped ornament; a mask with fake mustache; an upper-body protector with sleeves from waist down and paulownia crest in the middle; a thigh cover; two metal leg protectors; two arm and hand protectors. The suit is stored in a black lacquered box with the gold crest.<br />
The helmet is made of red-painted metal lined with indigo-dyed cotton fabric and deer skin leather trim, which is attached to the metal helmet. The cotton is quilted with indigo-dyed cotton threads. There are two loops on side and one loop in the back, to hold a code for tying below the wearer’s chin. The code is indigo-dyed and then plaited; there are some fading areas. On the outside of helmet, the paulownia crest is on side flaps (to protect ears). There is a hole in the middle of the helmet for a head ornament. The metal leaves are interlaced with cotton strings. Ceremonial knots of yellow code on the back. It weights about 10 pounds.<br />
The helmet orna
Workshop of Mitsusada
Armor and Helmet with Paulownia Crests
19th century
Gift of James Abbott
2006/1.146A-M
Gold-weight in the shape of a rectangular base with rounded corners and a small protrusion along each of the two shorter edges. Near each protrusion there is a braided design and there are four star-burst designs evenly spaced across the base. 
Akan (Akan (culture or style))
Gold-weight
1900 – 1985
Gift of Dr. James and Vivian Curtis
1997/1.507
Gold-weight in the shape of a rectangle with a central raised bar covered in four small spirals with a semi-circle shaped handle at each end. On both sides of the central bar there are four raised triangles decorated with diagonal lines. 
Akan (Akan (culture or style))
Gold-weight
20th century
Gift of Dr. James and Vivian Curtis
1997/1.392
In this print, a man in an ornate coat and armor looks off to his right.  His hand rests on the pommel of a sword.  The background is gray.  A cartouche above him contains cursive script against a blue, white, and red background, and a label on the upper left gives the name of the print series: <em>kokin yūjinki </em>(Record of Heroes Past and Present).<br /><br />
Publisher's seal: Kawane; Signature: Hirosada<br /><br />
 
Utagawa Hirosada (Japanese (culture or style))
Record of Heroes Past and Present: Kataoka Gadō II as Washino'o Saburō
1847 – 1964
Gift of Stuart Katz
2009/2.20
This is a portrait of a warrior. He wears elaborately decorated armor and a horned helmet. A purple chord is tied over his chin. In his right hand he holds a metal weapon. A purple border with white crests is printed along the side and top edges.<br /><br />
Inscriptions: Meiji 6 tori nen; Toyohara Kunichika-hitsu; Kiyomasa daijin araki no ryūzō; Satō Masakiyo, Nakamura Shikan
Toyohara Kunichika (Japanese (culture or style))
Rough Wooden Statue of Minister Seishō: Nakamura Shikan IV as the Warrior Satō Kiyomasa
1873
Gift of Stuart Katz
2009/2.21
A muscular figure surrounded by an aureole of light steps down from a plain rectangular tomb. Six soldiers, depicted in a variety of complex postures, recoil from the figure in shock.
Marten van Heemskerck
The Resurrection
1548 – 1574
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1983/2.249
A group of men wage battle against each other in a rocky landscape. Some of the men wear ancient Roman armor while others are only partially clothed. The combatants wield spears and swords, and some are on horseback. The mounted soldier in the center of the scene holds a large banner. A burning city is visible in the distance.
Agostino dei Musi (Italian (culture or style))
Battle of the Romans under Scipio against the Carthaginians
1532 – 1541
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1976/1.211
A muscular man towers over a mountainous landscape in this engraving. Clothed only in a helmet, sandals, and flowing cape, his startling physique is on full display. He grasps a sword and shield and strides vigorously toward the background, where a knot of men battle at the foot of a mountain.
Hendrick Goltzius
Marcus Calphurnius Flama (Plate 8 from "Roman Heroes")
1586
Museum Purchase
1989/1.61
A red earthenware standing figure of Tianwang—Heavenly King, a Buddhist deity—wearing Tang dynasty styled armor including a helmet with flowing ribbons, elbow-length gauntlets, a cuirass with plaques, and taces, knee length greaves, and boots. The figure is standing on a rock-styled base, unglazed with traces of mineral pigment. 
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Tianwang
800 – 906
Gift of Mrs. Caroline I. Plumer for the James Marshall Plumer Collection
1964/2.22
A red earthenware standing figure of a military official or warrior, wearing armor including: a tall pointed helmet, elbow-length gauntlets, a cuirass with plaques, and taces. The armor is worn over a long tunic, loose pants, and boots. The arms are placed upon the hips, and he is standing on a rock-like platform in a contraposto stance, with traces of mineral pigment. 
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Warrior
700 – 906
Gift of www.silkroadtrade.com owners Seung Man Kim, Robert Piao, Daniel Shin and Hemin Quan
2003/2.23
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