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The Sword: Form & Thought (2020)

The sword is the most iconic of all weapons. Throughout history, it has connected various, sometimes conflicting, dimensions of human culture: physical combat and representation of political power, definition of gender roles and refinement of body techniques, evolution of craftsmanship and mythological symbolism.

Cutting with the Medieval Sword: Theory & Application (2017)

This book lays bare the principles of the use of the sword with unprecedented detail—principles that are universal across nearly all cultures and time periods, including our own. This information comes from centuries-old living lineage martial arts, medieval fencing treatises and decades of combined research, experimentation and application. It is accessible to anyone, from a complete beginner to a seasoned expert.

Ancient & Medieval Siege Weapons: A Fully Illustrated Guide To Siege Weapons & Tactics (2012)

In this richly illustrated guide, author Konstantin Nossov masterfully analyzes and recreates the weaponry, tactics, and stratagems of the ancient world. He offers first a comprehensive history of siege warfare in Ancient Egypt, Assyria, Judea, Persia, Greece, and Rome as well as Gaul, the Byzantine Empire, the Muslim world, and Medieval Europe.

Medieval Handgonnes: The First Black Powder Infantry Weapons (2020)

A highly-detailed yet affordable overview of the development, use, and impact of small arms throughout history-from the sword to the machine gun.

Records of the Medieval Sword (1991)

Forty years of intensive research into the specialised subject of the straight two-edged knightly sword of the European middle ages are contained in this classic study.

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