Fighting a longstick

Various native forms of stick fighting including: Singlestick (British) Greatstick (British) Jogo do Pau (Portuguese) Juego del Palo (Spanish) Makila (Basque) Bastone Siciliano (Sicilian) Scherma de Bastone (Italian) Stockfechten (German) La Canne (French) Bâton Français (French) Bataireacht (Irish) Shillelagh (Irish). […] Examples of arts involving longsticks include Hutton’s Greatstick, Jogo do Pau, Juego del Palo,…

Regenyei Armoury

Péter Regenyei „makes swords as a living history research”. He also learns and teaches in a HEMA school in Hungary. He offers modern weapons, including museum replicas and his own designs, to which the foundations are also historical. The shape and characteristics of these swords are based on historical research. Regenyei makes feders, rapiers, daggers,…

The Silk Road crossed by Marco Polo

Silk in the Early Medieval: History of the silk

In our article series we would like to add some points about the usage of silk textiles in the Early Medieval and in the Early Medieval reenactment. On our first article we check some interesting things about the origin of the material, and how it bacame the most desired luxury fabric in the world’s history.…

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Battle-Merchant

Battle-Merchant, store for reenactment and LARP, is on the battlefield since 2002. We supply history, from ancient Greek to late medieval, from decoration to full contact battle. We have more than 6000 products in stock, shipping worldwide. Browse through all kinds of living history and reenactment equipment like chain mail, swords, helmets, armour, mead, drinking…

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Kazár Bazár

Kazár Bazár is supplier of medieval patterned silk products. Our main aim is to reconstruct Early Medieval silk patterns what are suitable for garment reconstruction in the reeanctment or for musem display. Henceforth Kazár Bazár provides othes merchandise, such as chainmail products, helmets or custom made pouches. The website gives place for a know-how blog…