The Sword In The Age Of Chivalry

Author: Ewart Oakeshott
Publisher: Boydell Press
ISBN: 9780851157153
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A comprehensive history and typology of the European knightly sword from c.1050 to c.1550, that draws on evidence from literature and art as well as from archaeology.

European Weapons And Armour

Author: Ewart Oakeshott
Publisher: Boydell Press
ISBN: 184383720X
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The story of arms in Western Europe from the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution.

Swords Of The Viking Age

Author: Ian G. Peirce
Publisher: Boydell Press
ISBN: 1843830892
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850-1300', Ideals and Practice of Medieval Knighthood: Papers from the Third
Strawberry Hill Conference , ed. C. Harper-Bill and Ruth Harvey (Woodbridge,
1988), pp. 145-146 and pl. 5. It must be remembered that it was Ewart Oakeshott,
who once owned this splendid sword, who first revealed and identified the Ingelrii
inscription; a description of the unorthodox means by which this inscription was
revealed appears in Ewart Oakeshott, Records of the Medieval Sword (
Woodbridge, ...

Medieval Warfare

Author: Everett U. Crosby
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135576262
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... into Antient Armour as it existed in Europe particularly in Great Britain from the
Norman Conquest to the Reign of Charles II. 3 vols. (London: R.Jennings, 1824.
2. ed. London: Henry Bohn, 1842). Nickel, Helmut, Arms and Armour through the
Ages. (London: Collins, 1971). Norman, A.V.B., Arms and Armour. (London:
Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1964). Oakeshott, R.Ewart, The Archaeology of
Weapons. (London: Lutterworth, 1960). Oakeshott, R.Ewart, Records of the
Medieval Sword.

The Swordsman S Companion

Author: Guy Windsor
Publisher: Guy Windsor
ISBN: 9526793420
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7 The closest English treatise is probably the Harleian MS 3542, which is a short
seriesof instructions regarding the “too honde swerde” (twohand sword). George
Silver also briefly covers the use of the longsword in his Paradoxes of Defence. 8
In his definitive Records of the Medieval Sword (1991) Oakeshott identifies 22
medieval sword types, continuing Peterson's typology of Vikingera and earlier
swords. Eight of these types classify what I would call longswords; types XIIa, XIII,
XIIIa, ...

Artifacts From Medieval Europe

Author: James B. Tschen-Emmons
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610696220
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Medieval Warfare Source Book, Volume 1: Warfare in Western Christendom.
london: Arms and Armour, 1995. Norris, Herbert. Medieval Costume and Fashion
. mineola, NY: dover publications, 1999. Norwich, John Julius. Byzantium. New
York: Knopf, 2011. oakeshott, ewart. The Archaeology of Weapons: Arms and
Armor from Prehistory to the Age of Chivalry. New York: Barnes & Noble Books,
1994. oakeshott, ewart. Records of the Medieval Sword. Woodbridge: Boydell
press, 1991.

Grave Goods

Author: Ariana Franklin
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101029498
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To quote Mr. Oakeshott's Records of the Medieval Sword (The Boydell Press,
1991), “A sword falling into deep mud, free from stones or organic material that
might trap oxygen or allow it to penetrate the close covering of mud, will initially
become covered all over with a coating of rust, but as time passes the chemical
interaction of this rust with the surrounding mud covers all the surface of the metal
with a flint-hard coating of goethite which, once formed, prevents any further
corrosion ...

The Greatest Knight

Author: Thomas Asbridge
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471139514
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166–7. or a staggering 4,500 sheep. R.H.C. Davis, The Medieval Warhorse (
London, 1989); A. Hyland, The Medieval Warhorse: From Byzantium to the
Crusades (Stroud, 1994); P. Latimer, 'Early ThirteenthCentury Prices', King John:
New Interpretations, ed. S.D. Church (Woodbridge, 1999), pp. 41–73. like a
blacksmith on iron'. HWM, lines 1002–3; E. Oakeshott, The Sword in the Age of
Chivalry, 2nd Edition (London, 1981); E. Oakeshott, Records of the Medieval
Sword (Woodbridge, ...