Jorge Andrés Carvajal Ortiz

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Georgian Officers 5 ball Spadroon / Sword

Georgian Officers 5 ball Spadroon / Sword

War Golok – The only sword that ever existed in the Philippines that does not have a pointy tip. The reason for the lack of a point on this blade was during the Spanish occupation in the Philippines, they (the Spanish) had a hard time contending with the tactical slashing and thrusting fighting methods of skilled rebel sword fighters, so the Spanish broke the tips off their swords, then a law was formed that all machetes had to be made with no tip.

War Golok – The only sword that ever existed in the Philippines that does not have a pointy tip. The reason for the lack of a point on this blade was during the Spanish occupation in the Philippines, they (the Spanish) had a hard time contending with the tactical slashing and thrusting fighting methods of skilled rebel sword fighters, so the Spanish broke the tips off their swords, then a law was formed that all machetes had to be made with no tip.

Enlightment Swords - Gallery: Yi Mon Dao

Enlightment Swords - Gallery: Yi Mon Dao

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Plastron de cuirasse. PÉRIODE: 16e siècle. Renaissance (période). SITE DE PRODUCTION: Milan. | Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Jean-Gilles Berizzi

Plastron de cuirasse. PÉRIODE: 16e siècle. Renaissance (période). SITE DE PRODUCTION: Milan. | Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Jean-Gilles Berizzi

Maya civilization. Cylindrical vase with hieroglyphic text and dignitary. From Tikal. Guatemala City, Museo Nacional De Arqueología E Historia

Maya civilization. Cylindrical vase with hieroglyphic text and dignitary. From Tikal. Guatemala City, Museo Nacional De Arqueología E Historia

Tang officers from the 700s, wearing the distinctive Mingguang armor, distinguished by the twin breastplates that protected the torso, relatively lighter than the heavy lamellar armor- it was often preferred by the officer corp, these armor often marked the high status of its wearer- one of the reasons that many of the Tang dynasty tomb guardian figurines wears such armor. Early Heian era samurai helmets were influenced by these cavalry helmets- especially the cheek pieces.

Tang officers from the 700s, wearing the distinctive Mingguang armor, distinguished by the twin breastplates that protected the torso, relatively lighter than the heavy lamellar armor- it was often preferred by the officer corp, these armor often marked the high status of its wearer- one of the reasons that many of the Tang dynasty tomb guardian figurines wears such armor. Early Heian era samurai helmets were influenced by these cavalry helmets- especially the cheek pieces.

Magyar Saber IX century replica

Magyar Saber IX century replica

"La Navaja", dibujo de Gustave Doré grabado por Fournier para la obra  'L'Espagne par le baron Ch. Davilliers, illustrée...' París: Hachette, 1874. http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k1044806r/f110

"La Navaja", dibujo de Gustave Doré grabado por Fournier para la obra 'L'Espagne par le baron Ch. Davilliers, illustrée...' París: Hachette, 1874. http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k1044806r/f110