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  • ...hout significant protective armour such as [[plate armour|plate]], [[mail (armour)|mail]] or a [[brigandine]]. Vulnerable targets like the head and upper tor
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  • ! Sword and Poleaxe in armour
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  • ...the [[British Arms and Armour Society]] and at two International Arms and Armour Conferences in Florence and Vienna. ...Martial Treatise of Fiore dei Liberi (c.1409)". ''The International Arms & Armour Conference 2003 Journal''. Panda Press, 2003. ISBN 0-9541633-1-1
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  • ...s of London|Society of Antiquaries]]'', a Founder Member of the ''Arms and Armour Society'', and the Founder of the ''Oakeshott Institute''. His classificat Oakeshott became interested in arms and armour as a boy. He started collecting swords while he was still a boy at [[Dulwi
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  • ...s, lift the rod in your hand, and now you can see 100 knights etc. in full armour etc.</p>
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  • And in armour this is a particularly safe throw.</poem> ...ound. And I could not make a safer throw, being armoured. But even without armour, there is nothing you can do. And even if you were strong and powerful, I w
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  • ...tournament fighting, he is also an avid collector of reproduction arms and armour. ...val German combat, surrounded by far too many books and pieces of arms and armour for the size house that they live in.
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  • ...Medievalist with long-standing interest in European martial arts, arms and armour, and warfare. In 2002 he received his Doctorate in History from the Jagiell
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  • ...r and on the battle field, for sport and in ernest, with all equipment and armour, all parts, such as caparisons, saddles, chanfrons, peytrals, barding and w <p>Foot tourney is arranged thus: the man is equipped with a full field armour but on his right hand he wears a torney gauntlet, and on his left a plate g
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  • ...ic.php?t=129990 "The Sword in Two Hands by Brian Price" review wan]. ''The Armour Archive Forum''. Retrieved 20 February 2011.</ref> but no official explanat
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  • ...art Oakeshott]] introduced it in his ''The Archeology of Weapons: Arms and Armour from Prehistory to the Age of Chivalry'' 1960. ...ar in the mid-13th century, probably designed to counter the improved mail armour of the time, and the predecessor of the later longswords. The earliest know
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  • ...rd in one and two hands, Messer, dagger, lance, and poleaxe, in and out of armour. ...ord (with both hands on the grip, hence [[longsword]]) on foot and without armour, following the main body of verse and commentary preserved in the sources.
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  • ..."/>Note: a good deceptive duelling technique (''kampffstuck'') on foot, in armour. When you are in the Arena and want weapons and want the end to be promptly ...upwards from below four times, so is he disarmed with a break against his armour. Then you try to stab him to death, until he goes to draw his sword, and th
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  • | class="noline" | <p>[91] <em>In armour this is a very strong cover<br/>Because from here you can bind either above
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  • ...thy. "The Walpurgis Fechtbuch: An Inheritance of Constantinople?" ''Arms & Armour'' '''6'''(1): 79-92. April 2009. {{doi|10.1179/174962609X417536}} ...ew Leaves Short of a Quire: Is the ‘Tower Fechtbuch’ Incomplete?" ''Arms & Armour'' '''9'''(1): 20-25. April 2012. {{doi|10.1179/1741612411Z.0000000003}}
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  • ...ange Schwerdttes.<ref>There is then a small illustration of two knights in armour fighting with long swords.</ref></p>
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  • ...y L. Forgeng|Forgeng, Jeffrey L]]. ''Pietro Monte's Collectanea: The Arms, Armour and Fighting Techniques of a Fifteenth-Century Soldier''. New York: Boydell
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  • ...liothèque Nationale MS Lat. 11269, ''Florius de Arte Luctandi''". ''Arms & Armour'' '''8'''(2):117-22. October 2011. {{doi|10.1179/174962611X13097916223163}}
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  • ...or this to be done, one must arm the body with good corporeal and material armour, and provide oneself with suitable weapons, like the axe, light lance, dagg ...him to the ground. And if you are able, do not give this stroke below the armour plate: but on the plate or above, so that if you fail to overthrow him you
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  • ...rmation, see [http://www.fioredeiliberi.org/getty/pollaxe.html "Pollaxe in Armour"] by [[Matt Easton]] and [http://guywindsor.net/blog/2014/06/beingwrong/#st
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