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Arms and Armour of the Crusading Era 1050-1350: Western Europe and the Crusader States (v. 1)
by David Nicolle

*2,400 illustrations * 3 maps * 8 x 10 * Comprehensive account of weapons and equipment * Covers the forces of major and minor powers This lavishly illustrated ...

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Dress Accessories, c.1150-c.1450 (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London)
by Geoff Egan, Frances Pritchard

Brooches, rings, buckles, pendants, buttons, purses and other accessories were part of everyday dress in the middle ages. Over two thousand such items dating from ...

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Hafted Weapons in Medieval and Renaissance Europe: The Evolution of European Staff Weapons between 1200 and 1650 (History of Warfare 31)
by John Waldman

The development treated in this volume of a variety of staff weapons in the Medieval and Renaissance periods in Europe is of importance, as the repeated success of ...

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Records of the Medieval Sword
by Ewart Oakeshott

Forty years of intensive research into the specialised subject of the straight two-edged knightly sword of the European middle ages are contained in this classic ...

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Sword in Hand: A History of the Medieval Sword
by Ewart Oakeshott

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The Sword in the Age of Chivalry
by Ewart Oakeshott

The resplendent image of the medieval knight is symbolised by his sword, a lethal weapon on the battlefield and a badge of chivalry in that complex social code. ...

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