Records of the Medieval Sword: https://amzn.to/37Cryn8 Ewart Oakeshott’s books on medieval swords have yet to be surpassed, but it is really time that they are! Oakeshott created a great legacy and some people are leading some great research, but I’d really like to see some of this published in books soon.
Two British men who uncovered a 1,100-year-old trove were sentenced to years in prison for failing to report the find and selling the items piecemeal to dealers. Read more on nytimes.com
Viking reenactment event with WryngWyrm at Waslworth Festical, UK. Stay in touch with us: Website: http://www.wryngwyrmuk.org/ Facebook: https://bit.ly/2sun4Pj Instagram: https://bit.ly/2R6K954
Ordgar brought their living history village to the Gippeswyc Viking festival. hosted by Blodorn Englar.
In the medieval era, most people would take a hot coal from the neighbour’s fire to get theirs going when it went out. But what about foresters, outlaws, poachers, charcoal burners and other woodsmen? Well, flint and steel firelighting was the method used for hundreds, if not thousands of years (Otzi). It may be that…
Wooden items for reenactors Facebook – Kram Liwocz
GoHurt – Medieval Sports Gear for medieval fighting – buhurts and profights. Weapons, armours, training equipment and more – everything you need to be a pro fighter! Facebook – GoHurt Website – gohurt-shop
Thrand Travels to Asfolk Viking Martial Arts a HEMA and living history group in Eagan Minnesota to judge a Viking forged in fire style competition to build the famed historical seax or sax knife. The entire competition is done with Viking age or period tools such as tongs, anvils and hammers plus on the very…
Talos and Jason test out a medieval lance rest and try to uncover the forgotten techniques of the past. Credits: Talos Direction, Camera, Sound, Editing Kasumi Presenter Jason Kingsley OBE Tweets by RebellionJason Tweets by ModernHistoryTV Tweets by Rebellion Music licensed from PremiumBeat.