Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Arnis

Italian for "harness", the historical term for being "in armour".

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Lance
Typical weapon of a man-at-arms. Firstly a long (9 ft) spear but later developed into a heavier and even longer form unsuited for infantry.
Polearm
Also military fork. Consists of two parts - a long haft and a head. Head comes in many forms - most often two parallel or slightly "V"…
Waist lame
A horizontal lamina­tion in the breast or backplate at waist level.
Dabus
Mace that consists of a piece of wood studded with nails.
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