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Worm’s Norwegian runic calendar described in his book Fasti Danici dating back to 1643. The drawing only shows the winter season lasting from 14 October to 13 April. The summer season on the other …

Worm’s Norwegian runic calendar described in his book Fasti Danici dating back to The drawing only shows the winter season lasting from 14 October to 13 April. The summer season on the other .

ON THE CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF LAMELLAR ARMOUR IN

Armour Archive -- Pattern Archive: Lamellar by Lord Robert de Tyre

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Antique Persian char-aina (chahar-aina, chahar a’ineh), literally the four mirrors. Four plates worn over a zirah (shirt of mail) in Persia, India and Central Asia. The armor plates can be rectangular or round, and the two plates worn on the breast and back are considerably larger than those worn at the sides which had recesses for the arms. During the 16th century, chahar aina cuirasses were introduced in Iran. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Antique Persian char-aina (chahar-aina, chahar a’ineh), literally the four…

Художні реконструкції середньовічних угорських воїнів

Artistic reconstruction of the Medieval Hungarian Warriors

Antique Vietnamese arms    By Peter Dekker - May 24, 2016   An Introduction  Vietnam was conveniently situated along one of the main routes of the Southeast Asian maritime trade that flourished from the 16th century onward. Its harbours were frequented by traders from China, Japan, Siam, and from Europe the Dutch, French and English. The cultural exchange that took place is reflected in their traditional arms, bearing influences from various of these cultures.

Antique Vietnamese arms By Peter Dekker - May 24, 2016 An Introduction Vietnam was conveniently situated along one of the main routes of the Southeast Asian maritime trade that flourished from the 16th century onward. Its harbours were frequented by traders from China, Japan, Siam, and from Europe the Dutch, French and English. The cultural exchange that took place is reflected in their traditional arms, bearing influences from various of these cultures.

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