Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Wrought iron

Comprises of (and is also called) charcoal iron and is welded in fire. Quality may vary but is usually quite delicate yet easily bend-able. Can be dated by its texture which is kind of uneven with sharp edges.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Glaive
A broad-bladed, single-edged polearm. Mostly an 18” butcher-knife on a 6 - 7’ pole.
Two-handed sword
Also slaughtersword. Special and long (5.5-6 ft) type of a great sword with a very long grip compared to its …
Ancus
Indian elephant goad; vary greatly in size from about 40 to 120 centimeters in length; shorter ones were used by riders, while the longer versions…
Genuillieres
Plate pieces to protect the knee.
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