Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Back

The no-cutting part opposite the blade. Double-edged swords has no back.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Gauntlet
Armored glove mostly consisting of a single plate for the back of the hand and a smaller and flexible part of overlapping plates for the fingers. See…
Kettle hat
Plain metal helmet with a wide brim.
Sights
Also occularium. Part in the visor right infront of the wearer’s eyes.
Ventail
An integral flap of mail attached to the coif in the thirteenth century; it could be drawn across the mouth to protect the lower face.
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