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Keris and other weapons of Indonesia
The Malay kĕris and other weapons / by the late A. H. Hill ; illustrated by K. M. Foong The power of iron: keris koleksi La Nyalla Mahmud Mattalitti / [penyunting, Syaifudin Alamsyah] Keris naga: latar belakang penciptaan, fungsi, sejarah, teknologi, estetik, karakteristik, dan makna si. Lots of useful information here that is not found in other sources. The personal observations of the author also give good cultural insight. Not a single-source reference, but this book is a good complement to other references on the Keris and related weapons.
A new edition of a classic on Malay weaponry and war, originally published in in an extremely limited printing now virtually impossible to find. In addition to his work in description and classification of all sorts of Malay weaponry, Gardner spent significant effort in discussions on the origin of the kris and its close association with occult beliefs among Malays, an interest of Gardner. The kris or keris is a distinctive, asymmetrical dagger from Indonesia. Both weapon and spiritual object, the kris is considered to possess magical powers. The earliest known kris go back to the tenth century and most probably spread from the island of Java throughout South-East Asia. Kris blades are usually narrow with a wide, asymmetrical base.
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This important book focusses on the Bugis weapons such as the Keris and the Badik, the handle and the pamor. Hardcover, 30 x 23 x 2,5 cm, pages glossy paper containing a lot of very beautiful illustations of Kerisses and other Bugis weapons. Only 1 book available Price: ,00 euro Book: Tosan Aji Pesona Jejak Prestasi Budaya.
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A new edition of a classic on Malay weaponry and war, origin /5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Moebirman. Keris and other weapons of Indonesia. Jakarta, Yayasan Pelita Wisata [, ©] (OCoLC) The kris or keris in Indonesian languages, is an Indonesian asymmetrical dagger with distinctive blade-patterning achieved through alternating laminations of iron and nickelous iron (pamor).
The kris is famous for its distinctive wavy blade, although many have straight blades as well. Keris is also a symbol of power and of ethnic pride  in most communities making up the. Keris and Other Weapons of Indonesia-Moebirman,Yayasan Pelita Wisata,Jakarta, The Invincible Krises 2- Vanna Ghiringhelli, Saviolo Publisher, USA,ISBN Kris the Invincible(Kris Gli Invincibili)-Vanna e Mario Ghiringheli,Be-Ma Editrice,Milano 'An Introduction to the Javanese Keris'-Hardiono H.B.
Various Books and Magazines on Kerisses and other Topics, both in English and in Bahasa Indonesia, available at In present-day Indonesia the Balinese keris is renown for its Keris Sempaner with Pamor Adeg Sapu from the Ancient Sundanese Segaluh Kingdom (12th Century CE) The keris Sempaner is a traditional heirloom item (pusaka) from.
The kris and other traditional weapons from Indonesia The Kris (original name: Keris) is the most traditional weapon of Indonesia and is the most important heirloom (Pusaka) for the Indonesian people. We are specialized in these kind of old traditional weapons and we have a shop in the Netherlands were we are showing and selling Kerisses and.
The book starts by discussing the machete and other big-bladed weapons used extensively in Central America, Cuba, Mexico, and Chile. Next it explores the unique knives of Indonesia, with particular focus on the s: 3. Keris and Other Weapons of Indonesia [Moebirman, Plates & Drawings] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Author: G B GardnerThe author wrote in his opening chapter: The keris is undoubtedly the distinctive Malay weapon. It is necessary however, to define a keris. It is primarily a dagger with a handle set at an angle to the blade, a sort of pistol grip in fact, to enable the wielder to thrust. The keris is I believe uniqu.
Books; Other; Knowledge Base. Articles. Kyai Kerida Naga Waisaka; Kanjeng Kyai Wanara Seta (Hanoman) Dr. Isaäc Groneman’s Study on the Javanese Keris; Main Criteria for a Keris; Ricikan – Components of a Keris Blade; Types of Kerises with Straight Blades (Dapur Keris Lurus) Keris Maintenance; Keris Eras (‘Tangguh Keris’) Pre-evaluation.
Useful for: Protect Keris from rust and corrosion that damage the blade of the Kris and reduce the value of your collection. The oil can also be used for spears, swords, rencong, badik and other archipelago weapons. Method of Use: Using a brush, apply enough oil onto the surface of the blade of the keris.
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Software An illustration of two photographs. Keris And Other Malay Weapons Item Preview remove-circle. Keris is a iron artefacts produced by the expert who can make the weapon perfectly. The keris can be owned only by kings, army officer and the makers.
The history of keris, begining from metal epoch in Indonesian at BC. And then the iron epoch has followed.
The originated of keris has come from Java, because Java is the center of iron culture pins. Buy Keris and Other Malay Weapons (Bibliotheca Orientalis: Malaya-Indonesia) New edition by Gerald B.
Gardner (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3. The Bethok dapur is one of the early keris models originating from the Buddhist era in Indonesia (6th–9th century CE). It is a straight-bladed dapur type, which News. About this Item: Progressive Publishing Company, Singapore, 2nd Edn, pages, 4to., 91 illus from photographs and drawings, bound in black cloth, red title label to spine originally issued in card wraps.
The photographs are almost entirely of weapons in the author's collection, the origin of the Keris and other Malay weapons, the 1st edition was limited to copies.Keris And Other Malay Weapons (Paperback) by Gerald B.
Gardner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Keris and Other Malay Weapons Bibliotheca Orientalis: Malaya-indonesia by Gardner, Gerald B - AbeBooks.The keris is I believe unique, in being the dagger with the greatest reach, compared with the total length of the weapon.
All other daggers are held in one of two ways (see Plate 3 Nos. 1 & 2) but the keris is held as in Plate 3 No. 3 and with it there is a greater reach, although the thrust lacks some of the force derived from the swing of the.