eneiesef:

A woodcut of a soldier.

eneiesef:

A woodcut of a soldier.

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amorbidwitch:

Death, As Depicted On The Apocalypse Tapestry, France; 1377–1382

amorbidwitch:

Death, As Depicted On The Apocalypse Tapestry, France; 1377–1382

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s-c-r-a-p-b-o-o-k:

Amulet ring by The Swedish History Museum, Stockholm

s-c-r-a-p-b-o-o-k:

Amulet ring by The Swedish History Museum, Stockholm

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artofswords:

#Falchion #Sword #ItalianArt #Renaissance

Italian Falchion from the Early 1600s A.D.

Résultat : 5500 €

An Italian falchion, storta, partly early 17th century. With later broad straight blade with clipped point, the ricasso cut out for the index finger, struck twice with a mark on the inner face and the mark repeated on the backedge, iron hilt chiselled in low relief and heightened with punched and engraved detail, with a pair of straight quillons, the terminals formed as stylised monstrous birds’ heads chiselled in the round, a robust chiselled oval ring-guard between, innerguard formed as a diagonal bar joined at the front to the head of a small curved arm and looped rearwards to join the root of the rear quillon, later chiselled pommel en suite with the quillon terminals and fitted with a scrolling iron tongue, and later herringbone-moulded wire-bound grip. 

L. overall: 77.7 cm - L. blade: 62.7 cm.

Read more: http://sword-site.com/thread/987/falchion-italy-circa-early-1600s#ixzz3EUt572vX

Sword-Site.Com - The World’s Largest Online Sword Museum!

http://www.sword-site.com

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abystle:

The Skull of Sir Thomas Browne, Erik Desmazières, 2010.

abystle:

The Skull of Sir Thomas Browne, Erik Desmazières, 2010.

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shewhoworshipscarlin:

Bone breastplate, late 1500s, Italy.

shewhoworshipscarlin:

Bone breastplate, late 1500s, Italy.

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beardserker:

My carved sledge hammer. I need a name for that beast. Any ideas?

birka cooking spoons

birka glas

Viking Sax