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14th Century Baselard. With tapering double-edged blade of flattened diamond section, the lower portion formed with a pair of diverging fullers flanking a prominent medial ridge on both sides, iron hilt bifocated at the base and pommel, and fitted with ivory grip scales retained by small copper rivets Total length: 33.4 cm. The blade: 22.3 cm.

14th Century Baselard. With tapering double-edged blade of flattened diamond section, the lower portion formed with a pair of diverging fullers flanking a prominent medial ridge on both sides, iron hilt bifocated at the base and pommel, and fitted with ivory grip scales retained by small copper rivets Total length: 33.4 cm. The blade: 22.3 cm.

German Medieval Fighting Axe  Dated: 14th century Measurements: Head 32.5 cm. Overall length 135.5 cm In excavated condition, the head of the axe is formed with a near-straight cutting-edge inwardly curved towards the top. The bottom is cut straight across the inner face flat and showing the forging line of the cutting-edge. It features a shaped rectangular socket: on a modern haft of two-hand size.

German Medieval Fighting Axe Dated: 14th century Measurements: Head 32.5 cm. Overall length 135.5 cm In excavated condition, the head of the axe is formed with a near-straight cutting-edge inwardly curved towards the top. The bottom is cut straight across the inner face flat and showing the forging line of the cutting-edge. It features a shaped rectangular socket: on a modern haft of two-hand size.

Oakeshott type XIII sword, late 13th/early 14th century, probably Italian. broad flat tapering double-edged blade with shallow fuller extending over nearly half its length on both sides, the fuller on one side incised with a cross potent, and on the other with the Ottoman St. Irene arsenal mark at the forte, straight square section quillions, octagonal pommel, flat tapering tang flattened over the top of the pommel, old replacement wood grips, 83.5 cm. blade, 110 cm. overall.

Oakeshott type XIII sword, late 13th/early 14th century, probably Italian. broad flat tapering double-edged blade with shallow fuller extending over nearly half its length on both sides, the fuller on one side incised with a cross potent, and on the other with the Ottoman St. Irene arsenal mark at the forte, straight square section quillions, octagonal pommel, flat tapering tang flattened over the top of the pommel, old replacement wood grips, 83.5 cm. blade, 110 cm. overall.

Cod. Pal. germ. 466 Antonius  Buch der Beispiele der alten Weisen Oberschwaben, um 1475 fol. 162v

Cod. Pal. germ. 466 Antonius Buch der Beispiele der alten Weisen Oberschwaben, um 1475 fol. 162v

David and Bathsheba in Rudolf von Ems’s World Chronicle, about 1400 – 1410. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Ms. 33, fol. 191v

David and Bathsheba in Rudolf von Ems’s World Chronicle, about 1400 – 1410. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Ms. 33, fol. 191v

architecture in illuminated manuscripts - Google Search

architecture in illuminated manuscripts - Google Search

Бригантины 14-15 века.

Бригантины 14-15 века.

Italy, first half of the 14th century

Italy, first half of the 14th century

European riveted mail bishops mantle (pellegrina di maglia anelli), detail view of the shoulder, 16th century, wedge rivets with bands of brass links, this armor is being displayed inside out as the wedge shaped rivets would normally not be seen on the outside, Museo delle Armi "Luigi Marzoli" (Brescia) Italy. The red arrows are pointing to the wide, wedge shaped rivets ends.

European riveted mail bishops mantle (pellegrina di maglia anelli), detail view of the shoulder, 16th century, wedge rivets with bands of brass links, this armor is being displayed inside out as the wedge shaped rivets would normally not be seen on the outside, Museo delle Armi "Luigi Marzoli" (Brescia) Italy. The red arrows are pointing to the wide, wedge shaped rivets ends.

European (German) riveted mail hauberk, with makers mark, detail view, 15th century, steel, latten Dimensions: H. (as mounted) 36 in. (91.5 cm); Wt. 20 lb. (9071.9 g), Met Museum.

European (German) riveted mail hauberk, with makers mark, detail view, 15th century, steel, latten Dimensions: H. (as mounted) 36 in. (91.5 cm); Wt. 20 lb. (9071.9 g), Met Museum.