Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Fauld

Armour (usually composed of horizontal lames) attached to the bottom edge of a breastplate to protect the abdomen.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Quarterstaff
Long (6-10 ft), massive pole for personal defense yet very dangerous in skilled hands.
Spurs
Y-shaped metal goads strapped to the heel, used to drive the horse on. Dating from early antiquity. Early medieval spurs were of simple prick type;…
Studded and Splinted Armor
Heavy fabric or leather with the filling of rigid materials riveted in plates or strips.
Target
A round shield, mounted on the arm, used throughout history. Most targets were large (30 - 36”) and made of wood, but in the…
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