Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Estoc

Called tuck in English. Long, pointed and rigid longsword with a triangular or square blade, which was quite blunt. Made for thrusting into plate- armor. Held with two hands, while the second hand was usually gripping the blade.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Back
The no-cutting part opposite the blade. Double-edged swords has no back.
Brigandine
Form of coat-of-plates with hundreds of small plates, partially covering each other. Mobile yet protective.
Crossbow
A horizontal bow set at 90 degrees to the tiller and spanned by mechanical means. Originally made of horn, wood, and sinew, the bowstave was later…
Great-Sword
Infantry sword with a form of a longsword. Had to be used with both hands. Blade was flat and wide, hexagonal and…
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