Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Two-handed sword

Also slaughtersword. Special and long (5.5-6 ft) type of a great sword with a very long grip compared to its blade. Has a compound hilt with side-rings and enlarged cross-guards and usually also a special pointed lug (for a better defense or to trap enemy’s sword) sticking out of the blade 4-8 inches below the guard.

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Damascening
Also called inlay. A process used for the decoration of metal surfaces; usually silver or gold onto iron or steel. 'True'…
Fuller
A shallow flute in the middle of one or both sides of a blade. Lightens the sword and makes it stronger and somewhat flexible.…
Martel
See War hammer.
Arming doublet
Quilted garment worn under armour from the early fifteenth century, equipped with points to attach mail gussets and pieces of armour.
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