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Larry Bohnham





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PostPosted: Fri 31 Dec, 2010 9:03 pm    Post subject: Iberian Mace for Agincourt?         Reply with quote

Hey all, your opinions gentle sirs and ladies.

Would the Iberian Mace from A&A fit in well with an Agincourt era kit? I haven't really surveyed the period art for similar maces, so maybe everyone has some suggestions. Would a simple wood hafted mace such as this be readily available in 1415 or would the later all steel gothic styles be more appropriate?

I'm thinking that a somewhat old school design such as this still might be found on the field in 1415 probably in the hands of a less wealthy knight or yeoman or more probably an archer, what say you?

"No athlete can fight tenaciously who has never received any blows; he must see his blood flow and hear his teeth crack under the fist of his adversary..."
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"Henry, get down off that horse with that sword, you'll put someone's eye out!" Mrs. Bolingbroke's advice to her son, Henry, on the eve of the battle of Agincourt
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