Eugenio Raimundo Peco Torres

Eugenio Raimundo Peco Torres

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Coraza de tipo "maximiliano": Espaldera - 490-1520.

One of the most beautiful backplates of the late medieval period. Reflect the artistic trend in art, gothic architecture and armor making

Medieval-Tudor-Still Life 2 | Richard Jenkins Photography

Still Life–Medieval & Tudor: Armour & Weapons – Richard Jenkins Photography

Los Tercios Españoles | A medida que trascurrieron los años, los Tercios fueron tanto disminuyendo en número de hombres como aumentando la proporción de arcabuceros y mosqueteros sobre la de piqueros, eliminando cualquier vestigio de algunas armas aún comunes en el momento de creación del Tercio (por ejemplo, la ballestas o el escudo redondo o rodela)

The Third Spanish Army were declining in numbers and increasing the ratio of arquebusiers and musketeers to pikemen, retaining none of the still common weapons such as crossbows, round shield or bucklers.

A bardiche ("long poleaxe") is a type of glaive polearm known in 16th-17th centuries in Eastern Europe. Ultimately a descendant of the medieval sparth (Danish axe), the bardiche appears after 1500, but there are numerous medieval manuscripts that depict very similar weapons beginning ca.1250.  Use of bardiches started in early 15th century Russia, in Scandinavia in late 15th century. In 16th century the bardiche became a weapon associated with streltsy (Russian guardsmen armed with…

Bardiche - A long pole-arm with a curved blade, bardiches were used in through century Eastern Europe and Scandinavia.