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  • Sword, the Most Valuable Viking Weapon

    People commonly associate the Vikings with violent savages raiding more civilized nations around them. Only a few people know that the Vikings were also established traders and craftsmen. The skills of some Viking blacksmiths were so extraordinary that their weapons are said to be 1000 years ahead of their time. Were swords the most common Viking weapons? How did they forge them?

  • renesance titulek Cold Weapons of Renaissance

    Humanism was a revival of classical antiquity and the era of education and science. Renaissance was a turning point that still fascinates people across all continents. The Renaissance Period began in the 14th century in Florence, Italy. Not only did it impact the art and the overall worldview, but it also introduced new types of weapons which became possible with its numerous technological advances.

  • ninja titulek What Is the Secret Behind Supernatural Ninja Powers? Agility and Years of Training

    A gasp for breath cuts through the silence. Everybody in the room shivers with fear. There is no turning back, nowhere to hide. Chances to defend yourself? Absolutely none. You will not even have time to say your final prayer. Invisible killers in black finish their business with members of mafia and disappear quietly without leaving a trace. In the next room, no one knows about their presence. How come nobody stands a chance against ninjas?

  • What Were Musketeers Really Like?

    There is probably nobody who has never heard of the famous novel, The Three Musketeers. Athos, Porthos, Aramis and d’Artagnan are arguably the most famous literary characters of all time. Nimble and charming fighters for justice were first depicted by Alexandre Dumas, and ever since, the motif of French knights of 16th and 17th centuries has appeared in several theatre and film adaptations. However, not everyone is aware that musketeers really existed. How much different were historical musketeers from their literary depictions?

  • kovbojové titulek Tall Charming Men or Smelly Midgets? What Were the Real Cowboys Like?

    An ominous calm carries the sound of an accordion tune. But dust is beginning to rise in the distance. Someone's coming. In a few moments, small rocks are already beginning to vibrate on the ground and the sound of hooves can be heard from afar. Cowboys, well-built men riding tall white horses are arriving to the town.

  • keltové titulek Even Caesar Was Afraid of Them. What Were the Celts Really Like?

    A group of half-naked barbarians with swords and axes against the formation of Caesar’s soldiers. The barbarians seem eager to fight, without a sign of fear in their eyes. They let out a piercing war cry and surge forward, crashing into the Roman line. This is how famous military leaders described a clash with the feared Celts. What were the Celts really like?

  • titulek larp Become Wizard, Knight or an Elf Warrior. Play LARP!

    It is 4 P.M. A girl suddenly becomes a troll hunter with a mission to stop evil queen from destroying the world. She walks quietly through the forest wearing a horse-rider outfit and a quiver with arrows on her back. When the story is over, she puts on her sneakers and rides a bike back home. But she is playing LARP now. The following article explains why she does that and what the game is all about.

  • občanská válka titulkní The American Civil War

    The original United States of America were formed of 13 British colonies. Even though they differed in economy, area and population, one thing united them: the hatred towards England, the country that imposed high taxes and complicated their lives. After the victorious revolutionary war against Britain, the USA gained independence and freedom. However, the States were still far away from unification. While the North was concentrating on its industrial progress, the South relied on agriculture that benefited from slavery. It was the inhumane treatment towards slaves that the North refused to put up with.

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