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AbstractA review is presented of dual-ignition musket locks, including a matchlock, to identify the key design variants and their subtleties, and to initiate a discussion on their utility.
AbstractIn 1999 the public interpretation and presentation of the battlefield of Naseby (1645) was trivial and inaccurate. The creation of an open-site, self-guided tour trail first demanded attention to recent scholarship, archaeological discoveries and landscape investigation and then to...
AbstractAn argument is presented that Valentine Green’s mezzotint engraving ‘Queen Elizabeth at the Head of her Army at Tilbury-Fort, A.D. 1588’ (1792) was inspired by the late 18th-century life-sized group of three figures representing the same subject that was formerly on show at the Tower of...
AbstractThis short note describes a P53 Enfield rifle musket originally made by the French entrepreneur Escoffier for the Ordnance and what can be learned from a close examination of its markings.
AbstractIn the present paper, two gunflint assemblages from well-dated Scandinavian shipwrecks in Scottish waters are characterized and discussed. This attribute analysis has two main aims, namely to discuss the gunflints themselves and extract information relevant to the understanding of the...
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