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Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Longsword

Hand-and-a-half long, straight, double-edged sword with a cruciform hilt. Usually 4-4.5 ft long with a weight of 3-4 lbs. The most common weapon the early 14th century.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Arquebus
Also called Harquebus, Hackbut or Hagbush. A short gun used by infantry throughout the sixteenth and early seventeenth…
Close-helmet
Helmet which, with a full visor and bevor, com­pletely encloses the head and face; modern use of the term tends to refer…
Ricasso
The dull part of a blade right above the hilt. Made for fingering. Not all swords have it.
Vervelles
Bronze, brass, or latten staples that attached to a bascinet to enable the leather cuff of an aventail to be secured to the helmet.
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