Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Plackart

Part of armor. Covers the wearer's lower rib and stomach area. Attached with straps which allows better flexibility.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Back
The no-cutting part opposite the blade. Double-edged swords has no back.
Quarterstaff
Long (6-10 ft), massive pole for personal defense yet very dangerous in skilled hands.
Sights
Also occularium. Part in the visor right infront of the wearer’s eyes.
Spear
Also volgue. Weapon with a long shaft, made for thrusting in the first place.
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