Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Breaths

Holes or slits in the visor of a helmet or the lames of a falling buffe or bevor, for ventilation; also usually permitting a degree of extra vision.

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Backsword
Also Mortuary sword or German Reitschwert. Has only one cutting edge (therefore its name). The non-cutting edge is…
Coif
Hood of fabric or mail worn under a helmet. By the twelfth century it often incor­porated a ventail.
Longsword
Hand-and-a-half long, straight, double-edged sword with a cruciform hilt. Usually 4-4.5 ft long with a weight of 3-4 lbs. The most…
Battering Ram
A Battering Ram is a large chunk of wood used to knock down castle walls in the Medieval era. With the weight of at least four men behind it, this…
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