6 edition of A Companion to Medieval Arms and Armour found in the catalog.
by Boydell Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||472|
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Arms & Armour of the Medieval Knight book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A brilliant, highly illustrated survey of the r /5(3). With the advent of protective plate armour during the Middle Ages, the dagger became increasingly useful as a good close in weapon for stabbing through the gaps in armour. Books offering instruction on the use of weapons described the dagger being held in the hand with the blade pointing from the heel of the hand and used to make downward jabs.
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A Companion to Medieval Arms and Armour covers the entire period from the fifth to the fifteenth century, a thousand years which saw huge changes in military technology in most of the world's major civilisations.
Arms and armour in Europe are the principal focus of the studies, but those of neighbouring civilisations, including the Byzantine Empire, eastern 4/5(1).
A Companion to Medieval Arms and Armour book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A Companion to Medieval Arms and Armour covers the /5(9). A Companion to Medieval Arms and Armour focuses on the period from the fourth to fifteenth century AD, though some of the articles also make reference to centuries before and after this period.
While the anthology deals primarily with European arms and armour in their relevant historical and military contexts, the book also seeks to place the subject of medieval arms and armour.
If you are interested in knight’s armor, a great companion book is Chivalry & the Perfect Prince: Tournaments, Art, and Armor of the Spanish Court by Braden Frieder. If you want to know how weapons (both offensive and A Companion to Medieval Arms and Armour book developed and their impact on battles, Medieval armies and Weapons in Western Europe by Lepage is a layman’s Cited by: 3.
English medieval knights wore metal armour of iron or steel to protect themselves from archers and the long swords of opponents. From the 9th century CE, chain mail suits gave protection and freedom of movement until solid plate armour became more common in Author: Mark Cartwright.
Arms & Armor of the Medieval Knight: An Illustrated History of Weaponry in the Middle Ages David Edge. out of 5 stars Hardcover. 36 offers from $ DK Eyewitness Books: Knight: Explore the Lives of Medieval Mounted Warriors from the Battlefield to the Banqu Christopher Gravett.
out of 5 stars Reviews: Books shelved as arms-and-armor: The Archaeology of Weapons: Arms and Armour from Prehistory to the Age of Chivalry by Ewart Oakeshott, A Knight and His. Roger Ford is the author of dozens of books in the field of military history and weapons technology and systems, including the bestselling The World's Great Machine Guns: From to the Present Day.
R.G. Grant is a history writer who has published more than 20 books, many of them dealing with aspects of military conflict.
He has written on the American Reviews: An accessibly written and superbly illustrated introduction to armor used for battle, tournament, and ceremony This engaging book offers an introduction to and overview of armor in Europe from the Middle Ages through the 17th century, focusing in particular on the 16th century when plate armor reached its peak of stylistic beauty and functional s: Author: Robert C.
Woosnam-Savage; Publisher: Arms and Armour Series ISBN: Category: Armor, Medieval Page: 96 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The idea of late medieval arms and armour often conjures up images of lumbering warriors, clad in heavy plate armour, hacking away at with each other with enormous weapons - depictions.
the literature, Medieval Arms and Armour: A Sourcebook (forthcoming). The last five essays focus on “new” (or post-Keen) approaches. The first of these, Creighton’s “Constructing Chivalric Landscapes: Aristocratic Spaces between Image and Reality,” introduces the study of constructed spaces.
This approach lever‐. Early Medieval Islamic Arms and Armour Collection Gladius: Tomo especial Gladius (Instituto de Estudios sobre Armas Antiguas) Gladius (Kalundborg, Denmark).: Monografías Gladius: etudes sur les armes anciennes l'armament, l'art militaire et la vie culturelle en Orient et Occident.
Popular views of medieval chivalry—knights in shining armor, fair ladies, banners fluttering from battlements—were inherited from the nineteenth-century Romantics. This is the first book to explore chivalry’s place within a wider history of medieval England, from the Norman Conquest to.
LibraryThing Review User Review - Imshi - LibraryThing. I love this book; it's excellent for anyone wanting to know about medieval arms and armor.
It goes through various types of weapons and armor chronologically, so you can see how things developed over 4/5(2). The Arms and Armor Department was created within the Museum indue largely to the efforts of its founding curator, Dr. Bashford Dean (–). Even before this time, however, the trustees of the Museum made valuable acquisitions of arms and armor, most notably the collection of European arms and armor formed in France by Maurice de.
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"A GLOSSARY OF ARMS AND ARMOR is an exhaustive study of arms and armor in all countries through recorded history - from the stones age up to the second world war.
pages describ different kinds of arms and armor; photo-engravings; illustrating over 3, different kinds of weapons.". This highly illustrated volume draws on the collection of the Royal Army Museum in Delft, the biggest and most important collection of medieval and renaissance arms and armor in the Netherlands, to offer a detailed account of the weapons and armor of fighting men of the period.
Full of color images of the weapons and armor in the collection, and rich in detailed description, the book. Medieval Arms and Armor book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
A renowned 19th-century cultural historian and specialist on the M /5(1). Best books on arms and armor. Working on expanding my library, and general knowledge, of historical weapons. While I'm confident in my knowledge of the 18th century onwards (I'll talk your ear off about the evolution of bayonets), the farther back we travel, the less details I know, and I'd like to correct that.
The books in this category are educational and give insight into the world of medieval arms and armour. They explain how weapons were crafted, definitions of armour parts, how armour evolved, and the overall history of these items.A totally unique Library of rare out-of-print books scanned to disk available for the first time here.
This stunning collection contains books relating to Weapons & Armour. Covering the ancient weapons of the Egyptians, or Polynesians club wepaons through to medieval knight's weapons of war and on to gun powder and muskets, this unique collecion is the perfect.
The book charts the full history of weapons and armour and, as a writer, I find it a wonderful first point of call when I am checking for historical accuracy of weapons used in my stories. A wonderful library addition to anyone interested in /5(25).