Insights from Historical Artwork

As with the previous illustration, the fighters here are similarly armed again. All appear understandably to be making thrusting attacks (one clearly successful as it pierces a combatant’s side apparently through his mail armor). A fallen fighter shows a stab wound to what appears to be the same region. From The Jacques massacred Meaux. French illuminated manuscripts, Bibliotheqe Nationale de France.

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