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Warrior
clan-based warrior culture society that recognizes a separate warrior class or caste. Warriors seem to have been present in the earliest pre-state societies

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A warrior is a person specializing in combat or warfare, especially within the context of a tribal or clan-based warrior culture society that recognizes a separate warrior class or caste.

Contents
  • 1 History
  • 2 Women as warriors
  • 3 Warrior communities
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 Bibliography
  • 7 External links
History

Warriors seem to have been present in the earliest pre-state societies. Along with hunting, war was considered to be a definitive male activity. No matter the pretext for combat, it seemed to have been a rite of passage for a boy to become a man. Warriors took upon costumes and equipment that seemed to have a symbolic significance; combat itself would be preceded by ritual or sacrifice. Men of fighting age often lived apart in order to encourage bonding, and would ritualise combat in order to demonstrate individual prowess among one another. [1] Most of the basic weapons used by warriors appeared before the rise of most hierarchical systems. Bows and arrows, clubs, spears, and other edged weapons were in widespread use. However with the new findings of metallurgy, the aforementioned weapons had grown in effectiveness. [2]

When the first hierarchical systems evolved 5000 years ago, the gap between the rulers and the ruled had increased. Making war to extend the outreach of their territories, rulers often forced men from lower orders of society into the military role. This had been the first use of professional soldiers —a distinct difference from the warrior communities.[3]

The warrior ethic in many societies later became the preserve of the ruling class. Egyptian pharaohs would depict themselves in war chariots, shooting at enemies, or smashing others with clubs. Fighting was considered a prestigious activity, but only when associated with status and power. European mounted knights would often feel contempt for the foot soldiers recruited from lower classes. Even in meso American societies of pre-Columbian America, the elite aristocratic soldiers remained separated from the lower classes of stone-throwers. [4]

In contrast to the belief of the caste and clan based warrior who saw war as a place to attain valor and glory, warfare was a practical matter that could change the course of history. History always showed that men of lower orders who, provided that they were practically organized and equipped, almost always outfought warrior elites through an individualistic and humble approach to war. This was the approach of the Roman legions who had only the incentive of promotion, as well as a strict level of discipline. When Europe's standing armies of the 17th and 18th centuries developed, discipline was at the core of their training. Officers had the role of transforming men that they viewed as lower class to become reliable fighting men. [5]

Inspired by the Ancient Greek ideals of the 'citizen soldier', many European societies during the Renaissance began to incorporate conscription and raise armies from the general populace. A change in attitude was noted as well, as officers were told to treat their soldiers with moderation and respect. For example, men who fought in the American Civil War often elected their own officers. With the mobilization of citizens in the armies sometimes reaching the millions, societies often made efforts in order to maintain or revive the warrior spirit. This trend continues to the modern day. [6] Due to the heroic connotations of the term "warrior", this metaphor is especially popular in publications advocating or recruiting for a country's military.[7]

Women as warriors

While the warrior class in tribal societies is typically all-male, there are some exceptions on record where women (typically unmarried, young women) formed part of the warrior class, particularly in pre-modern Japan.

A purported group of fighting women is the legendary Amazons, recorded in Classical Greek mythology. Similarly, the Valkyrie are depicted in Norse mythology, particularly the Icelandic Etta. During the Viking Age a type of female warrior was the skjaldmær, or shieldmaiden. Hard historical evidence of non-mythological female warrior classes have been harder to come by, but some studies have been done.

A 2017 study led by Charlotte Hedenstierna-Jonson produced DNA results confirming the remains excavated in Birka, Sweden, were a female warrior.[8] However, prominent historian and viking specialists, such as Judith Jesch, have disputed the findings, calling their thinking "sloppy" and citing issues of academic validity, including referential errors, a lack of involvement from linguistics experts, and no physical evidence that the skeleton in question actually engaged in any battle.[9] Meanwhile, archaeologist Anna Kjellström, who worked with Hedenstierna-Jonson on the initial study, voiced her own doubts claiming it was clear the "material and the contextual information given... did not match the data".[10]

Many women not only fought on the field but led entire hosts of men within Pictish, Briton, and Irish Tribes in Pre Christian culture.[citation needed] Boudicca of the Iceni is a famous example of a female leader of warriors, who rebelled against Roman rule in Britain. Tomoe Gozen is celebrated in Japanese history as a woman samurai General in the 12th Century. Joan of Arc, nicknamed "The Maid of Orléans" is considered a heroine of France for her role during the Lancastrian phase of the Hundred Years' War. These women survive in few historical testimonies like those of the Byzantine Empire.

Warrior communities
  • Akinji[11]
  • Al-Haras
  • Armatoloi[12]
  • Ashigaru[13]
  • Batavi
  • Berserker[14]
  • Bogatyr[15]
  • Boyars[16]
  • Sacred Band of Carthage[17]
  • Cheyenne[18]
  • Comitatus
  • Condottieri[19]
  • Cossacks[20]
  • Crusader[21]
  • Curetes[22]
  • Dog soldier[23]
  • Druzhina
  • Eagle warrior
  • Gabiniani
  • Ghazi[24]
  • Gladiator
  • Hajduks[25]
  • Harii
  • Hashashin[26]
  • Hersir[27]
  • Herules
  • Highlander[28]
  • Hippeis[29]
  • Hird
  • Hoplite[30]
  • Hospitaller[31]
  • Housecarl
  • Hyksos
  • Immortals[32]
  • Impi
  • Indian martial races[33][34][35]
  • Jaguar warrior[36]
  • Janissary[37]
  • Karaiyar[38]
  • Kassites
  • Khalsa[39]
  • Kipchaks[40]
  • Klephts[12]
  • Knights[41][42][43]
  • Kshatriya[44]
  • Kshetri[45]
  • Leidang
  • Maccabees[46]
  • Mangudai[47]
  • Mamluk[48]
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  • Rajput[53]
  • Rus' people
  • Samurai[54]
  • Scordisci[55]
  • Sengunthar[56]
  • Shaolin[57]
  • Shieldmaiden[58]
  • Sipahi[59]
  • Sohei[60]
  • Somatophylakes
  • Spartan[61]
  • Templar[62]
  • Teutonics[63]
  • Thingmen
  • Triballi[64]
  • Uskoks[65]
  • Varangian Guard
  • Voynuks[66]
  • Vikings[67]
See also
  • Deadliest Warrior
  • Martial races
  • Warg
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Warriors: The New Prophecy Box Set: Volumes 1 to 6: The Complete Second Series
Warriors: The New Prophecy Box Set: Volumes 1 to 6: The Complete Second Series
Erin Hunter’s #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series continues in Warriors: The New Prophecy!This box set includes all six books in the second Warriors series, and is perfect for the collections of longtime Erin Hunter fans and readers new to the Warriors world. The wild cat Clans have lived in peace and harmony for many moons, but now strange messages from their warrior ancestors speak of a terrifying new prophecy and a mysterious danger.Six cats, including young Brambleclaw of ThunderClan, must embark on an unprecedented journey, with the fate of the entire forest in their paws. The strength and courage of the greatest warriors will be put to the test as the prophecy unfolds—and the quest to save the Clans begins.

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NBA Golden State Warriors Men's T-Shirt Supreme Long Sleeve Pullover Tee Shirt, Large, Gray
NBA Golden State Warriors Men's T-Shirt Supreme Long Sleeve Pullover Tee Shirt, Large, Gray
About Us:UNK is a core licensed partner with the NBA and for over 15 years. The brand expands into mens, womens and youth sportswear, athleisure apparel, loungewear and lifestyle fan apparel. Our in-house talented designers work together on creating new and innovative designs with forward thinking graphics, textures and silhouettes that surpass designs from years prior. We design for the NBA fans that want to represent their team both on and off the basketball courts.Show off your team pride and show everyone where your allegiances lie with this women's relaxed fit v-neck short sleeve tee shirt. This super soft tee fits perfectly to your shape with its relaxed fit and is very comfortable to wear. This stylish shirt features high quality screen print graphics of the team logo and name across the chest and is made in your favorite team colors. It's the perfect shirt for gameday, casual wear or everyday use.Colors and Sizing:This t-shirt for women is available in a variety of colors and sizes, so you can definitely find a tee that you'll love. Available in regular sizes. (Small, Medium, Large, X-Large) To ensure a right fit, we recommend measuring a shirt that fits you perfectly. Compare your measurements to our size charts above in the gallery and order your shirt based on the fit and comfort you prefer. If measurements are between sizes, we recommend ordering the next size larger.

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