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  • rytir turnaj titulek The Greatest Fun in the Middle Ages? Knights on Horses with Lances

    Whenever knightly tournaments are mentioned, a festive clash of horse riders marching against each other will surely come to everyone’s mind, just like in fairy tales. However, merry flags, proud knights, jugglers and noble ladies were but a fraction of what these tournaments were truly about. The lesser known side of these events included metal rattling, broken lances and deadly injuries. Let's take a closer look at the greatest celebrations of the Middle Ages.

  • 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.

  • pán prstenů titulek The Lord of the Rings Never Stops to Surprise. Middle-earth Exists!

    Are you a Lord of the Rings fan? Do you know the Lord of the Rings replicas and always keep coming back to watch the films again? Before you sit down and watch yet another movie marathon while eating freshly popped popcorn, let us have a look at a few fun facts about the legendary story from Middle-earth. You certainly don’t know them!

  • 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?

  • living titulek Living history – History Coming Alive

    Living history (LH) is an activity that seeks to re-enact and present life in the past in the most authentic way possible. It doesn’t have to be a re-enactment of a certain historical battle. Living history attempts to show ordinary, day-to-day life or our ancestors.

  • 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?

  • got titulek Just One Step Away from Being Like John Snow!

    Everybody wanting to survive in the TV series Game of Thrones needs to know how to defend themselves. In the world of ice and fire, every weapon that can keep you alive is of vital importance. But some weapons played a far more important role than others. They differ in shape, design and special abilities, which they can transfer to their owners. Let´s have a look at the most iconic weapons of this TV series and their owners!

  • gladiator titulek Who Were Gladiators? From Slaves to Celebrities

    What did favourite ancient entertainment look like? Desperate slaves fighting for their lives in front of an enormous audience. Next to it, pompous victorious celebrations of crowds’ favourites. Gladiator battles were not just about survival. On the one hand, gladiators had a tough life. But the truth is, some of them did so by choice. In amphitheatres, free men or even emperors appeared with a dagger in hand, seeking fame. How did the gladiator phenomenon kick off, and what was the background?

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