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Two English Longbowmen, each carry a falchion and buckler around their waist as backup weapon.

[ ] Longstreet , Mort Künstler Esta lámina no se si se puso... Creo que sí, pero, a esta alturas, repasar los más de 3000 ...

"English Civil War - A mid-war musketeer, 1643-44"

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam - Página 1133 - Foro Militar General

My friend, Ian, and lovely daughter.  Dad is portraying a late 1300's early 1400's nobleman.  Awesome kit.

My friend, Ian, and lovely daughter. Dad is portraying a late 1300's early 1400's nobleman. Awesome kit.

Guerra de los Cien Años, batalla de Poitiers, Juan III de Grailly (Captal de Buch) inicia un movimiento de flanqueo con 60 hombres de armas y cien arqueros montados que termina con la resistencia francesa y la captura de su Rey Juan II el Bueno (¿?) y la mayor parte de la nobleza francesa. Cortesía de Peter Dennis. http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=87&t=16834&start=3690

Guerra de los Cien Años, batalla de Poitiers, Juan III de Grailly (Captal de Buch) inicia un movimiento de flanqueo con 60 hombres de armas y cien arqueros montados que termina con la resistencia francesa y la captura de su Rey Juan II el Bueno (¿?) y la mayor parte de la nobleza francesa. Cortesía de Peter Dennis. http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=87&t=16834&start=3690

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La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam - Página 996 - Foro Militar General

The arquebus was used against enemies who were often partially or fully protected by steel-plate armor. Good suits of plate would usually stop an arquebus ball at long range. It was a common practice to "proof" (test) armor by firing a pistol or arquebus at a new breastplate. However, at close range, it was possible to pierce even heavy cavalry armor. This led to changes in armor usage, such as the three-quarter plate, and finally the retirement of plate armor from most types of infantry.

The arquebus was used against enemies who were often partially or fully protected by steel-plate armor. Good suits of plate would usually stop an arquebus ball at long range. It was a common practice to "proof" (test) armor by firing a pistol or arquebus at a new breastplate. However, at close range, it was possible to pierce even heavy cavalry armor. This led to changes in armor usage, such as the three-quarter plate, and finally the retirement of plate armor from most types of infantry.

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