Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Target

A round shield, mounted on the arm, used throughout history. Most targets were large (30 - 36”) and made of wood, but in the Renaissance, a smaller (24” diameter), steel version became popular.

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Haft
Wooden part of a polearm.
Saex
See Sax.
Gamboised
A padded defense made of linen, flax or other fabric, sometimes reinforced and studded. Gamboised cuisses were often worn as an early addition to…
Great bascinet
Late 14th early 15th century version of the bascinet where the mail aventail was replaced with two steel plates, one in the front and one in back.
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