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Rapier • Dated: circa 1610 - 1620 • Maker: Heinrich Paetther (active in Solingen) • Culture: German (Solingen) • Medium: iron or steel, copper alloy and silver, encrusted and chiselled • Measurements:...

Rapier • Dated: circa 1610 - 1620 • Maker: Heinrich Paetther (active in Solingen) • Culture: German (Solingen) • Medium: iron or steel, copper alloy and silver, encrusted and chiselled • Measurements:...

Side sword. Gotta appreciate the hand protection that a double knuckle bow provides.

Gotta appreciate the hand protection that a double knuckle bow provides.

Art of Swords

Short Sword circa South German or Swiss. The form of the guards of this sword is typically South German of the second quarter of the century, but the pommel is as distinctively Venetian while its blade bears the mark of Basle.

Sword, possibly Scandinavian, c. 10th century

Iron age art history essay example Dec 2014 · History of Art Notes & Tips from an Student, for example, the Stone Age. Your art history essays contain all.

A double-edged Viking sword, marred with patina. Forged out of iron. Made in the 10th/11th century for a Viking warrior in Northern Europe. Found in a river in South Germany. Sold at a Christies auction for $29,264.

A double-edged Viking sword, marred with patina. Made in the century for a Viking warrior in Northern Europe. Found in a river in South Germany.

Landsknecht Sword, or Katzbalger, circa 1520-1550 Rather pitted archaeological find, especially the blade. The sword was found in the Lek River near Wijk bij Duurstede, Utrecht province, in 1836. Overall length: 80 cm; Blade length: 66.5 cm; Blade width: 4.1 cm wide  On loan from the Centraal Museum, Utrecht (Inv.No. 645), since 1948.  Copyright © 2010 Netherlands Army Museum

Edged weaponry associated with the Landsknecht soldier. These items aren't necessarily specific to the Landsknecht, but a strong relationship is present.