How did Vikings name their swords?

The Vikings and related people used kennings to poetically name and describe their weapons.

The new Celtic Spear from Arms and Armor

Our Celtic Spear is a new item available via our website. Although we have made a few of them over the years, we've ...

The best books to understand Medieval Swords

Must have research for the study of the sword.

Thrusting potential of the Leeds Castle Sword, type XVIIIc

no problem at all thrusting through cloth armor

The Iberian Mace

The Arms and Armor Iberian Mace is a great example of a 13th century impact weapon. Based on several examples from th...

Virtual presentations for events

One of the most exciting things about working at Arms and Armor is the opportunity to connect with other people who a...

What is a Seax?

The Seax or Sax, and several variations, is an old English or Anglo Saxon word for knife. It has come to define sever...
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