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The Linothorax: Recreated at UWGB

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Uploaded on Sep 26, 2008

UW-Green Bay students recreated and studied the mysterious ancient Greek armor called Linothorax. Made of linen and animal-based or flax seed glue, no original examples of the armor exist. But why was it so popular? UW-Green Bay students put it to the test.

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