How to make a lance

“You don’t want to kebab your opponent” Follow historian, jouster and expert lance maker Mark Griffin from Griffin Historical into the woods as he teaches you how to make a lance worthy of the Field of Cloth of Gold. #PowerandGlory #MuseumfromHome The Field of Cloth of Gold was a diplomatic summit between the Henry VIII…

Conserving Mail Armour with Scarlett Parry

Scarlett Parry discusses her time here at the Royal Armouries Museum and her experiences conserving the arms and armour in our collection, looking specifically at her work on mail shirts. Subscribe to our channel for more videos about arms and armour ⚔Website: https://royalarmouries.org/home ⚔Blog: https://royalarmouries.org/stories/ ⚔Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RoyalArmouriesMuseum/ ⚔Twitter: https://twitter.com/Royal_Armouries We are the Royal Armouries, the…

Answering your questions about jousting

Ahead of our annual International Jousting Tournament, we asked for your jousting and medieval tournament related questions. Our knight in residence (and Assistant Curator), Scot Hurst has all the answers. Where to find us: ⚔Website: https://royalarmouries.org/home ⚔Blog: https://blog.royalarmouries.org/ ⚔Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RoyalArmouriesMuseum/ ⚔Twitter: https://twitter.com/Royal_Armouries The Royal Armouries is the United Kingdom’s national collection of arms and armour.…

Ask the Sword Guy episode 9-14

On Solo Training, and training with disabilities   Germans v Italians   Rapier dimensions, asymmetry, preparing for freeplay   Knights, katanas (again!), HMB, and a pattern welded longsword   What to do with a Million Dollars, training for Freeplay, et al   On Tournaments and other topics.

How to avoid traffic accidents in medieval times

Jason discusses crotal bells and the sounds of the medieval landscape and experiments to find out how it might have helped medieval road safety. Credits: Ghost Direction, Camera, Sound, Editing Kasumi Presenter Jason Kingsley OBE Tweets by RebellionJason Tweets by ModernHistoryTV Tweets by Rebellion Music licensed from PremiumBeat.

Medieval Helmets: The Hounskull or ‘Pig-Faced’ Bascinet c.1400

The hounskull or ‘pig-faced’ bascinet was incredibly popular right across Europe between about 1380 and 1420. Here we have a look at a good quality replica and consider some aspects of the design of this great medieval helmet.

Could this device have changed medieval European history?

Jason investigates a device that could have been attached to a longbow and tests how practical it would be to use from horseback. Credits: Direction, Camera, Sound, Editing Kasumi Presenter Jason Kingsley OBE With thanks to Jörg Sprave of The Slingshot Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVZlxkKqlvVqzRJXhAGq42Q Tweets by RebellionJason Tweets by ModernHistoryTV Tweets by Rebellion Music licensed from…

Steel Buckler Shield Fully Tested and Reviewed

Thrand test and reviews the Large Buckler Shield from Medeival Shoppe Australia. Thrand uses it in medieval combat and hits it with real medieval weaponry. Special Thanks to the SCA Shire of Seawinds and Marcus, Matthew Price and Lord Owen Longstrider. Plus special thanks to Chris Barker for GOLDEN AXE – METAL GUITAR MEDLEY Large…