2 edition of Mediaeval armour found in the catalog.
J. R. Bramble
Written in English
|Contributions||Clifton Antiquarian Club.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
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Arms and Armour of Late Medieval Europe – A newly published and very accessible book by Robert Woosnam-Savage, providing an overview of late Medieval armor with excellent photography.
Very good for new students and those with a casual interest and still. The book starts with a discussion of the history of armour making centers and the difference between historical repairs, reproductions and weekend warrior armour such as for SCA use.
Design is discussed for everything from fantasy armour to museum quality reproductions. Tools ranging from traditional stakes, anvils and hammers are discussed. This Mediaeval armour book examined and photographed nearly examples of medieval arms and armor in the Higgins Armory collection, and documented the characteristics of armor, weapons, and their associated tactics during the middle ages (approximately CE to CE) as well as the historical and technological background against which they were employed.
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of regions such as Southeastern Europe in this development as it certainly was an engine in development of weapons and armor in the medieval period.
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