Insights from Historical Artwork

Central to this illustration is the king with a lethal stab wound to the abdomen. In the lower center a sword sticks clean through the body and maile armor of a warrior. Below, arrows and a spear shaft pierce mailed bodies while a deep cut is visible in a fighter’s head. There also appears to be a head missing from the body on the far left.

art20.JPG (73673 bytes)

BACK / NEXT

 
 

Note: The word "ARMA" and its associated arms emblem is a federally registered trademark under U.S. Reg. No. 3831037. In addition, the content on this website is federally registered with the United States Copyright Office, © 2001-2016. All rights are reserved. No use of the ARMA name and emblem, or website content, is permitted without authorization. Reproduction of material from this site without written permission of The Association for Renaissance Martial Arts and its respective authors is strictly prohibited. Additional material may also appear from "HACA" The Historical Armed Combat Association copyright © 1999-2001 by John Clements. All rights are reserved to that material as well.

 

theARMA@comcast.net