Encyclopedia of historical weapons - 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 weapon proved to be effective.

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Coif
Hood of fabric or mail worn under a helmet. By the twelfth century it often incor­porated a ventail.
Halberd
Weapon which improved effectivity vs. heavy armor. Has a wide, short axe attached to a 5-6 ft haft and a sharp spear at…
Rondel dagger
Military dagger with a single- edged or triangular blade. Pommel and hand-guard formed of roundels.
Surcoat
Also overcoat. Long, tunic-like piece of cloth worn over armor to keep the dirt, rain and sun heat out and present the…
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