2 edition of Keris and other Malay weapons found in the catalog.
Keris and other Malay weapons
G. B. Gardner
|Statement||by G.B. Gardner ; edited by B. Lumsden Milne.|
|Contributions||Milne, B. Lumsden|
|LC Classifications||GN498 A3 G3 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||138|
The book "The Keris and Other Malay Weapons" is a compilation of facts, popular beliefs, folklore and other misc items which were not widely researched, at that time. Although the () is repr it was made if was done without reviewing the data contained in it. It is more a dagger than a sword, but there are kris as long as swords but mostly they are more for ceremonial purposes (for Malay rulers) rather than used as weapons. To me the kris is unique because the act of killing with this dagger is by way. Traditional Malay Weapons - Series II B asically, Traditional Malay Weapons can be classified into daggers, swords, spears and also the cannon. The keris which has special significance has been used and other weapons like the Jembiah, Kerambit and Lading Terus among others are weapons of self defence used by Malays for generations.
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Keris and Other Malay Weapons book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A new edition of a classic on Malay weaponry and war, origin /5.
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Price New from Cited by: 6. 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.
The keris and other Malay weapons. [A H Hill;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help North Borneo / H.G. Keith --Keris measurements / G.C.
Woolley --Some notes on keris measurements / G.M. Laidlaw --A new book on the keris / G.C. Woolley --Notes on two uncommon varieties of the Malay keris / G.V.
Gardner --The keris sulok or sundang / E. 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.5/5(4).
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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 Price: $ 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. Recommended.5/5(3). Keris and Other Malay Weapons by Gardner, Gerald B.
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is our online presence, offering news, events and other information to all. The kris or keris in Indonesian languages and Malay spelling, 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 Place of origin: Java, Indonesia. - Taken from the book Pencak silat in the Indonesian Archipelago by: O'ong Maryono There are a plethora of weapons found in the Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines.
Good lot of Keris reference books - Keris and other Malay Weapons, The Keris and other Malay Weapons, The Kris Important Estate single owner collection Edged Weapons & Tribal Sale Date(s). The kris or keris is a prized asymmetrical dagger most strongly associated with the culture of Indonesia, but also indigenous to Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei and Singapore.
It is known as kalis in the southern Philippines. The kris is famous for its distinctive wavy blade, although many have straight blades as well. A kris can be divided into three parts: bilah (blade), hulu (hilt), and Place of origin: Southeast Asia.
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Raising Rabbits Seller Rating: % positive. A keris (or kris) is a unique knife or sword that has been constructed for magical as well as practical purpose. This work illustrates, describes and catalogues the entire corpus of Malay weaponry.
It focuses on the origins of the Kris and its close association with the Occult in Malaya. 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 orders.5/5(3). Keris and Other Malay Weapons de Gerald B. Gardner - English books - commander la livre de la catégorie Histoire sans frais de port et bon marché - Ex Libris boutique en ligne. This book describes and classifies all manner of weaponry used throughout the Greater Malay World.
Although the emphasis is on weapons of the Malay peninsula and northern Borneo, there are also numerous photos and allusions to Javanese,Bugis, Riau, Minangkabau and Acehnese weapons derived from Portuguese, English, Japanese and Chinese weapons. Buy Keris and Other Malay Weapons by Gerald B Gardner, B Lumsden Milne (Editor) online at Alibris UK.
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THE KERIS _____ 1. GENERAL. The keris is undoubtedly the distinctive Malay weapon. It is necessary how-ever, to define a 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 Size: KB.
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Keris and other Malay weapons. Singapore: Progressive Publishing. MLA Citation. Gardner, G. and Milne, B. Keris and other Malay weapons / by G.B.
Gardner ; edited by B. Lumsden Milne Progressive Publishing Singapore Australian/Harvard Citation. Keris and other Malay Weapons - Gerald Gardner. £ Price. This is a short classic work on the kerisor kris, a ceremoniak dagger which plays an important role in Malay occult belief.
This book was written by Gerald Gardner, the great populariser and reviver of modern pagan witchcraft, during his decades living in the Malay penninsula. Weapons - Malaysia.; Weapons - Malaysia - Malaya. The keris and other Malay weapons / by A.H.
Hill. Keris types and terms / by Geoffrey Hodgson - Details - Trove. 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.
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.
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Cari produk Hobby & Interest Book Import lainnya di Tokopedia. Jual beli online aman dan nyaman hanya di Tokopedia. 'Keris Mahakarya Nusantara' is a compilation of the First National Congress held in Surakarta on 19 until 21 April The book contains plenty of high quality photos of exclusive kerises.
The illustrations are provided with details about the dapur, ricikan, warangka, pendok, etc. Also, there are many interesting articles included in this book. Deciding to author a book on the subject, he wrote Keris and Other Malay Weapons, being encouraged to do so by anthropologist friends; it would subsequently edited into a readable form by Betty Lumsden Milne and published by the Singapore-based Progressive Publishing Company in Born: 13 JuneBlundellsands.
KERIS AND OTHER MALAY WEAPONS Sometimes there is a raised rib (tulang, kukut) running down the centre with a shallow groove (belurah) on either side of it.
One type of keris (keris teterapanJ has narrow channels running down the whole length of the blade. Cracks (retak) in certain positions on the blade are thought to be lucky. What makes the keris one of a kind are the details found at the base of the blade; details that exist in no other swords.
At its best, the keris represents the highest level of Malay creativity. A long time ago, it is used to complete the Malay attire. Walking around without the keris for a Malay men then was akin to walking around naked.
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The kris: The traditional Malay weapon In the Malay world, there has not been any other weapon which has been more renowned and revered as the kris.
The keris or kris is native to this part of the world — Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia as well as in Southern Thailand and Southern Philippines.#Free Download: 'Keris and Other Malay Weapons' by G.B. Gardner xProductThumbnail(\'productid=\');' /> Free Download: 'Keris and Other Malay Weapons' by G.B.
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