Chariots was invented in Mesopotamia to carry a driver and an archer for war. It was invented to be used in war and the main concept of a chariot was to keep moving constantly and shoot the enemy at a distance. Chariots were transmitted in different countries like china, Greece, and Europe by trade, travel, conquest, and migration. Chariots were transmitted to Egypt by the Hyksos, which are charioteers from Syria. The Egyptians improved chariots by modifying its design making it lighter and easier to use.
Three, two, one, fire! This is the command you would have heard right before the hit of rocks, stones, or even dead animal meat which left holes in crumbling castle walls in medieval times. The source of the projectile, and one of the most feared weapons of medieval times was a trebuchet, a powerful machine used to hurl projectiles. Trebuchets were able to throw massive objects at high speeds over great distances with great accuracy. Hurling objects into the air with great force has sparked great interest about the construction and operation of trebuchets.
The musket, armed with its bayonet as well as the cannon proved to be worthy weaponry advancements in the infantry together with various pistols. The Civil War introduced the revolving pistol as well as the Gatling gun which enabled soldiers to produce rapid fire and destroy enemies in large quantities with a single round. New technological advancements in transportation such as the railroad, enabled large quantities of troops to travel to a given area in nearly half the amount of time. However, the turn of the twentieth introduced new technological advancements in the country as well as the military. This ignited a century of technological advancements in the military that has enabled the United States to excel in militaristic domination.
In 1214 was the Castle Gatehouse which was the main entrance to the castle and therefore needed to be heavily guarded. The Castle Gatehouse also contained murder holes and arrow slits. The Chapel was occasionally built behind the Gatehouse. The enemy would then be seen to fire on the Chapel as they were attacking the main entrance to the castle. Carrickfergus Tower on the western side of the gatehouse is a octagonal structure, whereas the 15th century Montague Tower to the east, is more square.
This benefit allowed tactics such as the ‘wedge’ to be executed as more soldiers could reinforce the wedge from behind, which would consequently break the enemies’ formation (Roman Empire.net 2012). As a result of these tactics many battles were won in favour of Rome. These victories can be appreciated as it too aided the faith in the Emperors. In comparison; Emperors used this power among society to increase their popularity. Instances in which this can be seen would be the gladiator games.
Shelling also became very popular during this war. Again All Quite on the Western Front shows the devastation shelling causes to the land and the soldiers. Shelling could be timed perfectly to blow up right in front of troops but not kill them. The technological advances during WW1 helped to raise the death toll to a staggering
To get there they had to think of ways to help them in their conquest of lands whether it is swords or other technologies. There political and environmental characteristics were pretty impressive, but who know which one was better. Rome was an empire known for its tough army and its vast line of rulers who conquered and crushed anyone who got in there way. The Maurya too was powerful with its rulers,
War Tactics: The Mongols were very strategic, used various tricks on enemies to confuse them. Sometimes they retreated just to wear the enemy out, other times they would dress up dummies in costumes to make the army appear larger. The armies had leather armor, lances, daggers, and bows and arrows. One conquest they made in the 13th century was from Asia to Poland. The Mongols dominated large regions only by having a large military.
First, the civil wars, there were always disagreements and the people of this empire loved fighting. So, war was above reasoning and agreements. Another main reason that helped with their fall was that the empire was too big for them to handle. They conquered most of Western Europe but could not keep up with it all. Military generals took advantage of this and took control of certain parts.
This demonstrates the assassins’ exceptional skill after three years of training. Their sword skills are emphasised through the concentrated of slashing through shields and spears. A variety of camera movements including such as using a track and dolly, crane and the zoom during the fights, especially between the Emperor and BS serve to intensify the scene. The rapid camera movements also put the audience on the edge of the seat, wanting to know of the outcome of the fight sequence. Sound was also used to signify the moment when BS realises the purpose of the Emperor’s vision.