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Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Quaddara

Straight-bladed sword, often inlaid with gold; hilt is of horn with no guard.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Breastplate
Plate armour protecttion for the front of the torso, to the waist. See also plackart.
Grand guard
A large reinforcing plate designed for the tilt, attached to the left side of the breastplate to cover the left shoulder, the upper arm and…
'Maximilian' armour
A modern term applied to the style of early sixteenth century armour charac­terized by narrow, parallel fluting, popular during the…
Ricasso
The dull part of a blade right above the hilt. Made for fingering. Not all swords have it.
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