Greetings, Much has been said in various manuals and treatises about the combat of the short fencer against the tall fencer and also vice versa. These are considerations of note and need to be taken into account. What does not seem to appear all that often are considerations of teaching a shorter or taller student…
Looking at the Mainz Gladius (Roman Sword) replica by Dynasty Forge. Product: Dynasty Forge direct: https://www.dynastyforge.com/swords/european_arms/swords/roman_mainz_gladius/ The Knight Shop: https://www.theknightshop.com/dynasty-forge-roman-mainz-gladius
Looking specifically at the P1853 Rifle vs the East India Company Model F smoothbore musket here, but considering the wider implications of gun development in the middle of the 19th century. Extra videos on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scholagladiatoria
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What I hope may be a simple solution to several ongoing safety issues.
A breakdown of Paulus Hector Mair’s second dagger play, taken at our mixed weapons class in Crystal Palace, London. www.londonlongsword.com
Separated by 1000 years and thousands of miles, at first sight there isn’t much to compare between the Beja warriors of the Sudan and the warriors of early-medieval Scandinavia known as vikings. But there are some similarities in the weapons they used. Extra videos on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scholagladiatoria
Jason makes a heavy medieval lance and tests it on horseback. Credits: Talos Direction, Camera, Sound, Editing Kasumi Presenter Jason Kingsley OBE Tweets by RebellionJason Tweets by ModernHistoryTV Tweets by Rebellion Music licensed from PremiumBeat.
A first look at the great training shields (Roman scutum) from Fabrica Cacti. The Roman scutum is probably the most important weapon in understanding the Roman Army’s battle tactics. Fabrica Cacti: https://www.facebook.com/FabricaCacti/ Extra videos on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scholagladiatoria
The Roman sword’s guard wasn’t really a guard in the way we normally mean that word. Extra videos on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scholagladiatoria