Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Cod-piece

Fabric covering for the groin, latterly padded. Its counter­part in armour could be either of mail or, more usually, of plate.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Blade
The length of steel that forms a sword.
Hauberk
Long (up to knees or longer) coat of mail with originally long sleeves and later sleeves ending in mail mittens.
Main-gauche
Left-handed, parrying dagger used along with a rapier.
Riser
Opposite of a fuller. Makes a sword more rigid yet with a flixible spine.
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