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Title: Weapons of the Middle Age

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Subject: Ancient
Author: Anonymous
Date: July 1, 2009
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The blade was flat, straight, and double-edged. It had a groove down the middle called a fuller. Romantically, it was called the 'blood- channel,' but realistically, it was a method for lightening the blade. The hilt of the sword is commonly called the grip, but in addition to the grip, the hilt includes the pommel and the upper and lower guards (upper and lower from the perspective of the blade being at the bottom)...

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Most hilts can be classified according to three types. Type one had short, fat guards, an indented grip to make it easy to hold, and a small flat pommel. Type two had wide guards, a wavy, difficult to hold grip, and a decorative pommel. Type three had fat guards, a simple, flat grip, and a smooth, round pommel...

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