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The early find of the 64 Viking Age round shields from the Gokstad ship burial has almost singularly shaped our understanding of the construction and role of shields from this period. Despite their significance, however, the shield material has never been published in full nor been subjected to...
The field of medieval arms and armour abounds with terms whose meanings are, as yet, lost to us. Of these, none is perhaps as recurrent or as widespread as the term musekin, amply present in a variety of European sources and languages between the 13th and the 16th centuries. Although familiar to...
Thomas Green came from the small northern market town of Kirkby Stephen in Westmorland, served his apprenticeship in the Gunmaker’s Company under Edward Nicholson 1686 − 1693, and established an active gunmaking business in the Minories, close to the Tower of London. His business was...
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