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Anglo-Saxon Weapons & Warfare
by Richard Underwood

Average myArmoury rating:  (6 votes)

Edition: Hardcover

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Gabriel Lebec ::
Focuses on reenactment. Good info and pics. Being relatively unschooled in Anglo-Saxon arms and armor, I cannot assess the quality of the material, but it was interesting and a good light intro into the subject. Still, there are much better and more comprehensive ...
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—Updated Dec 16, 2005

Kasper Rind :: Unrated
—Updated Dec 9, 2005

Felix Wang ::
This book is aimed at the re-enactor rather than being primarily scholarly. It does an excellent job of its stated task, being well written and profusely illustrated. It is primarily concerned with the equipment rather than the social and military context of warfare (for a deeper ...
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—Updated Nov 5, 2005

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Patrick Kelly ::
An interesting and helpfull book. It is a bit brief in most areas, and only seems to hit the 'high' points. As such it left me wanting to know more about this era. (which is a good thing I suppose) Contains excellent line drawings.
—Updated Aug 1, 2005

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