June 2008

Good Medieval Axe pictures

by admin on June 30, 2008

A handful of wonderful medieval axe photos I found: 455 – Medieval Axe Texture Picture by Patrick Hoesly This seamless texture was illustrated by Patrick Hoesly, a Kansas Metropolis primarily based illustrator specializing in architectural illustrations and graphic design and style. This texture is introduced underneath the Creative Commons Attribution license. If you like this […]

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Query by Bob S: Japanese sword……………………….? I would like to know if anybody is aware how significantly this sword might be really worth. It is from WWII and it is Japanese. My grandfather shot a Japanese Basic and took it from him. My grandfather was a sniper. It came from the battle of Okinawa. Pleese […]

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Query by Zesus45: What are the finest sites to locate out about medieval weapons these kinds of as the Pike and Gown Sword? Very best response: Reply by DapiferVery first of all, the weapons you bring up are not normally medieval. Although pikes ended up utilized in the Middle Ages, specially at the finish of […]

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by leg0fenris Question by Lai Yu Zeng: Viking sword, Rapier, Sabre, Cutlass and Katana, which is more difficult and lighter (show the weight of sword if can) Greatest reply: Answer by Bekki Brapier < sabre < cutlass < katana I don’t know exactly what the vikings used–maybe a two handed sword similar to a katana. […]

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Awesome Medieval Spear photos

by admin on June 27, 2008

Some cool medieval spear photographs: Medieval Particular person Back again Picture by tskorigami Made and folded by me from a single uncut ten&quot square of tracing paper. Revisiting an previous product. The paper is bicoloured simply because I coloured it with purple crayon before folding! Medieval Person – Another Shot Image by tskorigami Created and […]

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