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==Knives in the SCA==
 
==Knives in the SCA==
 
Remember, if you draw [[steel]] at an [[SCA]] [[event]], you must say "[[Clear]]!" to warn others.
 
Remember, if you draw [[steel]] at an [[SCA]] [[event]], you must say "[[Clear]]!" to warn others.
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== External Links ==
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* [http://www.larsdatter.com/cutlery.htm Medieval & Renaissance Cutlery] - links to knives (mostly eating-knives) from the 14th-17th centuries
  
 
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[[category:tableware]]

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A knife is an instrument that has a sharp blade attached to a handle and is used for cutting. Typically a knife is single-edged, if both edges of the knife blade are sharped, it is usually considered a dagger. Everyone would have worn a knife in period, if only for eating.

Knives in the SCA

Remember, if you draw steel at an SCA event, you must say "Clear!" to warn others.

External Links