Tangs on Medieval Swords

The truth about tangs, and how they varied.

14th Century Dagger Spotlight

A combat dagger for a medieval man-at-arms

1580 Parrying Dagger Spotlight

Late 16th C Dagger molded from an original.

How did Vikings name their swords?

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

The best books to understand Medieval Swords

Must have research for the study of the sword.

Scottish Two Handed Sword, or Claymore, Spotlight

Two Handed Swords Of the Highlanders

Gustav Vasa Rapier Spotlight

The Gustav Vasa Rapier from Arms & Armor is an exceptional replica of the sword of a King. Gustav Vasa was king...

Three books you must read to understand polearms

One of the great things about the last decade is the widespread availability of authoritative books detailing how to ...

Thrusting potential of the Leeds Castle Sword, type XVIIIc

no problem at all thrusting through cloth armor

French Rapier Spotlight

dyuers naughty and insolent persons

German Branch Sword

The hilt of this elegant longsword is formed in the writhen, or twisted, style
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