Sparta Warrior Girl Sixth Scale Collectible Figure

Sparta Warrior Girl Sixth Scale Collectible Figure
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Skladem: na dotaz
Související:Red Sonja The She-Devil Sixth Scale Collector Action Figure
Výrobce: Phicen

Cena 9 983,00 Kč s 21% DPH

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Figurka Sparta Warrior Girl vytvořená podle předlohy figurální řady the Sixth Scale Collectible Figure line vycházející z grafického designu postav Phincen je vysoká cca 30 cm s detailním zpracováním.

The Spartan army stood at the centre of the Spartan state, whose male and female citizens were trained in the discipline and honor of the warrior society. Subject to military drill from early manhood, the Spartans were one of the most feared military forces in the Greek world. At the height of Sparta s power – between the 6th and 4th centuries BC – it was commonly accepted that "one Spartan was worth several men of any other state."

The term "spartan" became synonymous with fearlessness, harsh and cruel life, endurance or simplicity by design.

Fast forward to these modern times where anything can happen and today we see images of a female Sparta Warrior action figure, a fantasy figure designed to pander to many a male s fantasy LOL. The Spartans we saw in the 2007 American epic fantasy war film "300" went to battle topless so how come this female Sparta warrior has upper body armor on her. Surpringly, she wears even less in the nether regions! Looking at the parts available, one can see the possibility of a Wonder Woman kitbash with some imagination.

PL2015-97 Phicen Sparta Warrior Girl Sixth Scale Collectible Figure features:

1) 1 x head sculpt 2) 1 x Phicen female seamless body with stainless steel armature 3) 3 pairs x interchangeable hands 4) 1 x cape with a necklace decoration 5) 1 x chest guard 6) 1 x battle shorts 7) 1 pair x lower arm guards 8) 1 pair x calf guards 9) 1 pair x shoes 10) 1 x battle sword 11) 1 x shield 12) 1 x spear 13) 1 x base 14) 1 x 4 color packaging

Because men spent so much time off at war, or training in the barracks, women were masters of the home. This is why women had social and political power in their communities. Due to this Aristotle was critical of Sparta, claiming that men were ruled by women there, unlike in the rest of Greece. Aristotle, Politics 1269b.

Aristotle also criticized Spartan women for their wealth. He attributed the state’s precipitous fall during his lifetime, from being the master of Greece to a second-rate power in less than 50 years, to the fact that Sparta had become a gynocracy whose women were intemperate and loved luxury. Aristotle, Politics 1269b–1270a.

All Spartan women took advantage of helot labor, so they did not have to spend their time doing the tedious work that most domestic Greek women performed. Therefore, the Spartan women had more time to participate in matters such as governance, agriculture, logistics, fitness, art, music, etc.

But they also spent a lot of time bearing and raising children. Bearing and raising children was considered the most important role for women in Spartan society, equal to male warrior in the Spartan army.

Also, despite the many glowing freedoms of Spartan women compared to women in other provinces, the state still preferred male babies in order to create a large and powerful military force. So women took pride in the warrior sons they birthed and raised. Having a son who died valiantly in battle was a source of great pride for a mother. By contrast however, having a son who was a coward was a source of great despair. The ancient author Aelian claims that women whose sons died as cowards lamented this [12]. By contrast, the female relatives of the Spartans who died heroically in the Battle of Leuctra were said to have walked around in public looking happy.

When a warrior left for battle his mother would say, “Come home with your shield or upon it.”

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the small edition size and the great demand for this item, allocations are expected to occur.


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