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  • Lorica segmentata Lorica segmentata

    Roman soldiers of the imperial era were known for wearing protective armours which consisted of several steel segments fastened usually with leather straps and therefore they called it Lorica segmentata – segmented cuirass. Provided excellent protection this simple construction could be made fast and easily and it also enabled considerable flexibility and freedom of the user’s moves. The archaeologists found that more versions of this armour existed.

  • Vikinské zbraně Vikings arms

    The Vikings were Germanic tribes based in northern Europe, the ancestors of present day Norwegians, Swedes and Danes. In early medieval times they became known as severe and feared warriors who savagely fought in many victorious campaigns spreading from Britain to Italy or even Ukraine. Weapons played important role in lives of the Norse people who had combat in their blood and sometimes did not hesitate to brawl like wild animals for respect and glory.

  • Středověký šperk Medieval jewellery

    Wearing a nice piece of jewellery never went out of fashion. However, in medieval Europe the jewellery fulfilled more functions than it usually does now. For instance it could hold clothing together like an ancient safety spin. And the heads of states – how incomplete would they look without their crown and sceptre? No matter how rich or powerful they were, people felt safer against evil powers when they were armed with particular talisman and so on.

  • Broken samirai Sword Samurai swords warranty

    Motto: Not even the best and most expensive samurai sword is indestructible.

  • Rytíři ve středověku Medieval knights

    A knight – bold and loyal elite warrior riding horseback heavily armed is one of the most iconic symbols for the Middle Ages. Today we can find them often pictured as true hero archetypes in many poems and epic stories written just during the times of these cavalrymen’s greatest glory as well as several centuries later. Let’s have a closer look on what exactly meant to be a knight.

  • 01-development-armor.jpg Development of European Arms and Armor

    Educational charts of arms and armor, prepared by Bashford Dean, ill. by S.J. Rowland and Hashime Murayama. European armor, helmets, breastplates, gauntlets, shields, swords, pole arms, spurs, crossbows and bows and guns - the development of their common forms during the centuries.

  • lovecke-noze-61698.jpg Hunting knife

    Hunting is unimaginable without fine and reliable equipment. The best tool to skin hunted game or cut its meat with is a hunting knife. Present day market offers many variations depending on their origin and adaptations. However, all of them should be reliable and firm enough to deal with uneasy conditions of wild nature. In order to be always able to utilize their potential it is necessary to keep them sharp and clean.

  • Historická kuše Crossbows

    Crossbow is easier to aim with and furthermore releases its projectile with significantly bigger draw force than a traditional bow. The improvement already known by ancient Chinese made it efficient and threatening weapon of medieval battlefields but also usable for hunting. Crossbows still have their place in present shooting sports or military and their ammunition is not ordinary arrows but bolts (sometimes called quarrels) featured with metal tips.

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