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K J Seago




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PostPosted: Sat 10 Apr, 2010 10:12 am    Post subject: Composite hilt and spiked helm         Reply with quote

i recently lost most of my data on coposite hilted migration period swords due to viruses, there was a foreign website either merovingian, french of some sort or germanic which showed the step by step process making a very nice replica of an original sword and (if it helps) there were pictures of it in a stream)
and a spangenhelm with no nasal covered in spikes and also a leather helm with boar tusks above the nose,it was a very very nice site, i just can't find the bugger!
Please help, i've spent ages to no avail!!!
it is worth finding for the design of kit and arms/armour,very well presented.
hope to regain contact soon!

Finally found it!! here you go!
Well worth a good look!
http://www.die-bajuwaren.de/Wir_ueber_uns_frame.htm



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