Medieval practical daggers

The dagger is symbolically ambiguous. It may be associated with cowardice and treachery due to the ease of concealment and surprise that someone could inflict with one on an unsuspecting victim—many assassinations were reportedly carried out using one. Victims of such assassinations included Julius Caesar, who suffered from 23 stab wounds from irate members of the Roman Senate. A cloak and daggerattack is one in which a deceitful, traitorous, or concealed enemy attacks a person. On the other hand, the dagger may symbolically suggest a determination to become courageously close to the enemy.

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Gothic dagger Agnes 32 cm

Gothic dagger Agnes 32 cm

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Gothic dagger Waleran 42 cm

Gothic dagger Waleran 42 cm

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Soldier´s Dagger

Soldier´s Dagger

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Gothic long dagger 45 cm

Gothic long dagger 45 cm

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Dagger gothic Romualdo 45 cm

Dagger gothic Romualdo 45 cm

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Dagger Henry 47 cm

Dagger Henry 47 cm

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Gothic dagger Richard 46 cm

Gothic dagger Richard 46 cm

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Dagger Richard 60,3 cm

Dagger Richard 60,3 cm

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Medieval dagger

With the advent of very protective plate armour during the Middle Ages, the medieval 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 predominantly described that the medieval dagger be held in the hand with the blade pointing from the heel of the hand both in armour and out of armour, and used by making downward jabs. Straight jabs from a normal hammer grip were also used, though icepick style jabs are more commonly depicted in manuals. The dagger was quite a common murder weapon, easily used by commoners or vengeful aristocrats who wished to remain anonymous.

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