Assembling the little ladderAttaching cheiroballistra fork and tenon to the sliderAttaching field-frame bars and rings
Attaching field-frames to the little ladder and the little archAttaching little ladder to the caseAttaching pi-brackets to field-frame bars
Attaching the bar to the coneAttaching the bar to the cone - method 2Attaching the handle to the slider
Ballista performanceBar slot cutting templateBibliography
Calibration formulae and archaeological findsCase study: comparison of elasticity of sinew and nylon cordCase study: making sinew rope from red deer tendons
Category hierarchyCheiroballistraCheiroballistra arms
Cheiroballistra case, slider and crescent-shaped pieceCheiroballistra field-framesCheiroballistra little arch
Cheiroballistra little ladderCheiroballistra triggering mechanismCodex Parisinus 2442 (P)
Codex Parisinus inter supplementa Graeca 607 (M)Codex Vaticanus 1164 (V)Cutting the grooves to the cones
Direction of washer rotationDrawing force-draw curvesDrilling field-frame ring holes
Drilling washer rim holesEmporion ballistaExperimental clip designs
Extracting sinew fibersFitting little arch to field-frame pi-bracketsFitting the little ladder tenons to field-frame pi-brackets
Forces exerted by the field frames upon the little ladder and little archForging T-clampsForging cheiroballistra trigger
Forging field frame rings with an overlapping endForging pi-bracketsForging rings using a horizontal ring forging template
Forging the clawForging the claw - method 2Forging the claw - method 3
Forging washers with a two-layer core and an integrated rimFragmenta Vindobonensia 120 (F)Goals, principles and policies
Greek and Roman Artillery WikiInswinger and outswinger controversyIntroduction to Greek and Roman artillery research
Lashing cords togetherList of archaeological findsList of textual sources
Making Iriarte-style cheiroballistra handleMaking T-clampsMaking a composite slider
Making a field-frame location marker templateMaking a horizontal ring forging templateMaking a light-weight metal hoop
Making a little arch fork forging templateMaking a washer rim drilling templateMaking cheiroballistra fork and tenon
Making pi-bracketsMaking rectangular pulling handle for cheiroballistraMaking ring forging template from steel pipe
Making round cheiroballistra handleMaking sinew spring cordMaking sinew thread
Making slidersMaking steel field-frame ringsMaking steel field-frames bars
Making steel hooks for armsMaking steel washersMaking the cheiroballistra case
Making the clipMaking the crescent-shaped pieceMaking the crescent-shaped piece from a curved piece of wood
Making the crescent-shaped piece from veneers stripsMaking the crescent-shaped piece from wedge-shaped piecesMaking the fork
Making the little archMaking the little ladder metal partsMaking the metal hoop for the arm
Making the stretcherMaking tillered conesMaking washer bars - method 2
Making wedges using a circular sawManufacturing technique of the Gornea field-framesMarking the location of field-frame bar tenons to field-frame rings
Modern notions in ballistra reconstructionModifying locking pliers for clip usagePersonal torsion weapons
Planing the conesPlaning the cones (alternative method)Planing wedges
Riveting field frame bars to ringsRiveting pi brackets to field frame barsRiveting tenons to the little arch
Rope stretchSplitting wood for conesSpring cord materials
Stretcher usageTapering the end of the spring cordTeam
The handle and cheiroballistra pullbackThree-ply eye spliceTorsion engine rope thickness
Translation of CheiroballistraTranslation of Cheiroballistra into FinnishTranslation of Heron's Belopoeica
Two-armed torsion enginesUnwinding twisted ropeWasher day
Washer locking strategiesWelding reinforcements to curved field-frame bars

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