Encyclopedia of historical weapons - 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; rowel spurs date from the very late thir­teenth century.

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Back
The no-cutting part opposite the blade. Double-edged swords has no back.
Crest
A heraldic recognitive device fixed to the top of the great helm, introduced in the second half of the thirteenth and in wide use by the…
Pair of curates
See Cuirass.
Tang nut
See Pommel nut.
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