Iron, Steel and Swords
|A detailed history of iron and
steel from a Materials Science point of view. The history of
swords provides the main guiding line.
There are 130 modules for the main body or "backbone" of this "Hyperscript". They are augmented by about 340 additional modules mostly (but not always) relevant to the subject.
Around 2500 pictures and graphics, some in large format, can be looked at
And all for free.
|PDF-version of backbone (103 MB!)|
|ZIP-version of hyperscript (1.66 GB!)|
|A version of this starting page translated into Latvian by Lucja Adamska can be found in this link|
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|This Hyperscript is optimized for the Windows Explorer because it seems to be the one best suired to some non-trivial math notation. Mozilla will also work|
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