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In the News UK: Unlucky Viking sword could be yours for £120,000

Posted by on Jul 12, 2014 in In the News | 0 comments

Dateline UK via Daily Mail Online “Is this England’s unluckiest...

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Background and metallurgical analysis of a ducal Renaissance blade from Racibórz

Jan Van Boendale (c.1280-1351)

Background and metallurgical analysis of a ducal Renaissance blade from Racibórz

Posted by on Jul 9, 2014 in Featured, Weapon Analysis, Weapons | 0 comments

In 1996, during an archeological dig in a form nunnery church in Racibórz,...

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Video workshops on the training and use of spear-like polearms

credit: Wikipedia

Video workshops on the training and use of spear-like polearms

Posted by on Jul 7, 2014 in Featured, Videos, Weapons | 0 comments

Harking back to my article on the development and use of a spear as a cutting...

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New history of tameshigiri by Markus Sesko now available!

Posted by on Jul 6, 2014 in Culture, History | 0 comments

Markus Sesko is a well-known specialist author and translator of Japanese...

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News Japan: 109 historic artifacts, half of them swords, missing or stolen

Posted by on Jul 5, 2014 in In the News | 0 comments

Dateline Japan, via the Asahi Shibumi “More than 100 historic items,...

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Japan’s NHK-TV’s “Real Samurai” documentary on Katori Shinto Ryu

Posted by on Jul 3, 2014 in Culture, Video Slider, Videos, Weapons | 0 comments

A production of Japan’s NHK (Nippon Hoso Kyokai, or Japan Broadcasting...

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Images of oldest existing manuscript on swords and swordsmiths in Japan, and more

credit: National Diet Library, Japan

Images of oldest existing manuscript on swords and swordsmiths in Japan, and more

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in Featured, History | 0 comments

I’m very pleased to post this rarely-mentioned find, of interest to...

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