Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Foible

Special (Renaissance) term for the upper, weaker part of a blade. Does most of the attacking for its speed and nimbleness.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Lance
Typical weapon of a man-at-arms. Firstly a long (9 ft) spear but later developed into a heavier and even longer form unsuited for infantry.
Sabre
A sword with a curved, single-edged blade (probably originally derived from Eastern scimitars).
Sights
Also occularium. Part in the visor right infront of the wearer’s eyes.
Iverapena
Paddle club made of hardwood and slightly pointed.
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