|Statement||John D. Clare.|
|Series||I was there, I Was There Series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
Knights of the Middle Ages used a variety of weapons. Some weapons were more effective when charging on a horse (like the lance), while others were better for hand to hand combat (like the sword). Lance - The lance was a long wooden pole with a metal tip and hand guards. Because the lance was so long, the knight could attack from his horse. A Knight in Shining Armor takes place in England () and stars Nicholas Stafford as the hero and Dougless Montgomery as the heroine. It begins in to There was quite a lot to sludge through in order to get to the romance in this page novel that seemed more like fiction than romance--until the very end/5. No other horseback warriors in the world had armor that looked quite like the plate armor of the European knights. Plate armor was made in sections, or plates, so it was quite easy to walk in, but very hot to wear. It’s a myth that armor was so heavy that the knight had to be lifted on to his horse with a crane. You can recapture the excitement of yesteryear's noblest battles with this remarkable pageant of dauntless knights and armor, in coloring book form. Defend the Empire with an authentic Roman legionary, or hold back the fierce Mongol hordes with a dashing Russian chieftain. Meet celebrated Price: $
Due to the COVID Pandemic until further notice Knight’s Armament is only open for essential scheduled appointments only. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. About this book. Internet-linked reference books Knights and armour. A fascinating guide to the medieval world of knights and armour. Rich in historical detail, with information about how knights lived both in war and peace, the importance of chivalry and how their armour and horses helped them to win battles. Early knights wore padded clothes and a mail jacket. Mail was a type of flexible armour made of iron rings linked together. It gave less protection than plate armour against swords. Hard steel plates were better, but a whole suit of plate armour was harder to move around in. History; Castles; Knights. Meyrick's Medieval Knights and Armour chronicles the military regalia of the Middle Ages in all its forms, and when applicable, highlights its connection with mythology, religion, the arts, civil polity, and entertainment in ancient, as well as modern, : Samuel Rush Meyrick.
A knight is a person granted an honorary title of knighthood by a head of state (including the pope) or representative for service to the monarch, the church or the country, especially in a military capacity.. The background of knighthood can be traced back to the Greek hippeis (ἱππεῖς) and Roman eques of classical antiquity.. In the Early Middle Ages in Europe, knighthood was. A fascinating guide to the medieval world of knights and armour. Rich in historical detail, with information about how knights lived both in war and peace, the importance of chivalry and how their armour and horses helped them to win battles. In fact, even the heaviest tournament armour (for knights) weighed little more than 90 pounds (41 kg), and field (war) armour 40 to 70 pounds (18 to 32 kg); barding, or horse armour, more common in tournaments than war, rarely weighed more than 70 pounds (32 kg). Historically accurate renderings of Vikings, Crusaders, Italian Condottiere, Spanish foot-soldiers, and luminaries such as Richard the Lion-Hearted and Henry the VIII document the evolution and development of personal armor and weapons through the centuries. Introduction. Captions. Glossary. 42 plates.