Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Kama

Sickle consisting of a tanged steel head fitted into a wooden handle; fighting style often utilizes two kamas, one in each hand.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Cod-piece
Fabric covering for the groin, latterly padded. Its counter­part in armour could be either of mail or, more usually, of plate.
Pavise
Large, usually rectangular shield carried by infantrymen and frequently used in siege operations to protect archers. The largest pavises…
Spaudler
A light laminated defence protecting the point of the shoulder and top of the arm, especially popular in Germany.
Tassets
Overlapping plates covering the joint of the haunch part in a full- armor.
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