Difference between revisions of "15th century fighting equipment"

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'''Fighting equipment in the 15th century''' is derived from extent pieces, numerous manuscript images, and personal and historical referencse from the time.  
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'''Fighting equipment in the 15th century''' is derived from extent pieces, numerous [[manuscript]] images, and personal and historical referencse from the time.  
  
 
Due to the breadth of equipment types this guide is divided into a number of sections.
 
Due to the breadth of equipment types this guide is divided into a number of sections.
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*[[15th century levy fighting equipment|Levied man's equipment]] - typical levied man of the time
 
*[[15th century levy fighting equipment|Levied man's equipment]] - typical levied man of the time
 
*[[15th century soldier fighting equipment|Man at arms' equipment]] - a typical man at arms or professional [[soldier]] of the time
 
*[[15th century soldier fighting equipment|Man at arms' equipment]] - a typical man at arms or professional [[soldier]] of the time
*[[15th century nobles fighting equipment|Noble's equipment]] - the fighting equipment of a person with a title
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*[[15th century nobles fighting equipment|Noble's equipment]] - the fighting equipment of a person with a [[title]].
  
 
[[category:fighting kit]]
 
[[category:fighting kit]]
 
[[category:15th century]]
 
[[category:15th century]]
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[[category:starting out]]

Latest revision as of 16:22, 27 May 2006

Fighting equipment in the 15th century is derived from extent pieces, numerous manuscript images, and personal and historical referencse from the time.

Due to the breadth of equipment types this guide is divided into a number of sections.