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  • 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!

  • 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?

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Stity Medieval Shields

    Before the firearms widely spread on the battlefields and revolutionized the world of warfare, the shields made from various materials such as wood or wicker (sometimes iron) had been serving well to their owners for long centuries. The combatants usually held them in left hands or had them strapped onto their left shoulders. Do you know that different shapes were used in different times so basically you can recognize the historical period by looking at the shape of the shield?

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