Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Wrought iron

Comprises of (and is also called) charcoal iron and is welded in fire. Quality may vary but is usually quite delicate yet easily bend-able. Can be dated by its texture which is kind of uneven with sharp edges.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Angon
Frankish and Anglo-Saxon throwing spear. Has a long (6 ft) thin iron neck with a barbed head. Almost indentical to the Roman…
Cross
Also cross-guard or quillions. The straight bar or guard of a Medieval sword.
Greave
Also called schynbald or jamber. Plate defence for the leg from knee to ankle, initially pro­tecting only the front, but…
Yatagan
A long knife or short saber that lacks a guard for the hand at the juncture of blade and hilt; usually has a double curve to the edge and a nearly…
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