February 26, 2017

AMAZON GIANTS: FEMALE WARRIORS FEMALE NATION – BATTLE ANGELS! Hidden History –

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labrys STRANGE--GIANT AXES DISCOVERED

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The very first Amazons were Giants. We know this because of the Weapons they used. The Labry is known throughout history as the Weapon of Amazons and Female Gods.

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AMAZONS – GENDERED HIS-STORY
Once upon a time there were AMAZONS!

His-Story tells us they were myth but their statues, records,graves, Godesses and ruins are abundant with proofs of her existance and silent testimony on war of genders.

What we see are fractured pieces of the truth that need to be set back where they belong. There was no books on it, it was presented as a myth, as a fable, in one single sentence, white truth is that war lasted for milenias and it’s nor over yet.

Today, with internet, avoiding selected pictures in history books you can see them.
All female is broader portion of the past both mute and recorded.

A lot is still omitted, hidden, or left in drawers and boxes, broken, unexcavated, guarded by armies, forbidden for visit, faces destroyed or covered with beards
or recarved or simply mutilated.

[ AMAZONS – GENDERED HIS-STORY ]

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AMAZON: LABRYS And PELTA COINS

The Amazons are a nation of all-female warriors in Greek mythology and historiography. Amazons were said to have lived near the shore of the Euxeinos Pontos (the Black Sea). There they formed an independent kingdom under the government of a queen, often named Hippolyta (“loose, unbridled mare”).

The Amazons were supposed to have founded many towns, amongst them Smyrna, Ephesus, Sinope, and Paphos. According to the dramatist Aeschylus, in the distant past they had lived in Scythia, at the Palus Maeotis (“Lake Maeotis”, the Sea of Azov), but later moved to Themiscyra on the River Thermodon (the Terme river in northern Turkey).

Historian Herodotus called them Androktones (“killers of men”), and he stated that in the Scythian language they were called Oiorpata, which he asserted had this meaning.

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AMAZONS Gallery, Peltas, Shields, Helmets, Breastplates, Coins and Symbolism

Amazons. In the course of history, They Have beens vilified Alternately – Their existence Even HAS-been denied – Acknowledged gold Defended.

The scientists (historians, Sociologists, philosophers …) Who-have-been studying the myths and history of These female warriors Throughout history, linked-have Their origins with a primitive matriarchy, qui Was To Become a dense PARTICULARLY and significant “archemyth”.

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Warrior Women of History [The Real Amazons].

Uploaded on Mar 13, 2011
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Most people understand history as being a time in which women had few rights, were oppressed, undereducated, ignorant in the ways of warfare and living in the shadows of men. And although all these historical claims are true for the most part, there were still more than a handful of women who lived life as their male counterparts did: they fought in wars, ruled nations and conquered others, and although history does them little favor by ignoring them. Their existence cannot be denied, though many of their contributions have.

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Amazons: Warrior Women in Myth, Art, and History

Published on Nov 26, 2014
Amazons—fierce horsewomen-archers on the fringes of the known world—were the mythic archenemies of the ancient Greeks. Heracles and Achilles battled Amazon queens and the Athenians reveled in their victory over an Amazon army. But who were these bold barbarian archers on horseback who gloried in fighting, hunting, and freedom?

Adrienne Mayor, Research Scholar, Stanford University Classics Department, reveals surprising details and new insights about the lives of flesh-and-blood women of the Eurasian steppes who were mythologized as Amazons.

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Amazons
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Wounded Amazon of the Capitol, Rome.

Amazon preparing for a battle (Queen Antiop or Armed Venus), by Pierre-Eugène-Emile Hébert 1860 (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.).
In Greek mythology, the Amazons (Greek: Ἀμαζόνες, Amazónes, singular Ἀμαζών, Amazōn) were a race of woman warriors. Herodotus reported that they were related to the Scythians (an Iranian people) and placed them in a region bordering Scythia in Sarmatia (modern territory of Ukraine). Other historiographers place them in Anatolia,[1] or sometimes Libya.[2]

Notable queens of the Amazons are Penthesilea, who participated in the Trojan War, and her sister Hippolyta, whose magical girdle, given to her by her father Ares, was the object of one of the labours of Hercules. Amazon warriors were often depicted in battle with Greek warriors in amazonomachies in classical art.

The Amazons have become associated with many historical people throughout the Roman Empire period and Late Antiquity. In Roman historiography, there are various accounts of Amazon raids in Anatolia.[citation needed] From the early modern period, their name has become a term for female warriors in general. Amazons were said to have founded the cities and temples of Smyrna, Sinope, Cyme, Gryne, Ephesus, Pitania, Magnesia, Clete, Pygela, Latoreria and Amastris; according to legend, the Amazons also invented the cavalry.[3]

Amazon_preparing_for_the_battle_(Queen_Antiope_or_Armed_Venus)Amazon preparing for a battle (Queen Antiop or Armed Venus), by Pierre-Eugène-Emile Hébert 1860 (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.).

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Amazon wearing trousers and carrying a shield with an attached patterned cloth and a quiver. Ancient Greek Attic white-ground alabastron, c.470 BCE, British Museum, London.

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Hollywood’s Version of Giant Amazons from Naboo Temple – Star Wars franchise
NOTE: Their Weapons – Labry’s – Double Bladed Axes

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Battle Angel (English Dub)