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Attorneys argue free speech merits in yearbook sword case 

Boston Globe - 1 hour, 46 minutes ago
A high school principal raised the specter of Columbine and other deadly school shootings as among the reasons to keep a photo of a sword-carrying student out of the school yearbook, according to papers filed this week in a lawsuit brought by the student.
ECC hosts 'fight' workshop 
The Courier News - Jan 12 2:38 AM
ELGIN -- From rapier and dagger fighting like a Shakespearean character to commanding sword and shield skills like a Roman guard, Elgin Community College will host the largest Midwest stage combat workshop this weekend as more than 160 students, faculty, actors and fight directors from across the nation and Great Britain converge on the college.

Dining review: Berlin Inn makes best of wursts 
The Oregonian - Jan 12 12:26 AM
The Web site of the Agricultural Marketing Board of Germany argues that, despite its reputation for excess and heft, the national cuisine constitutes a cornucopia of healthy fare, including museli, multigrain breads and fresh fruits and vegetables.

Should we still be in Iraq? 
Ridgecrest Daily Independent - Jan 12 9:06 AM
With everything that's been going on in our country, should we still be trying to save Iraq or should we be concentrating on saving our selves?

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Medieval weapons varied from simple tools to complex engines of emerging medieval warfare technology.

Contents

  • 1 Mêlée
  • 2 Spears Medival Weapon and other Polearms (axes Medeival Weapon not included)
  • 3 Ranged
  • 4 Static
  • 5 Siege
  • 6 Warships
  • 7 Armor
  • 8 Fortification
  • 9 See Medeval Weapon Mediveal Weapon also

Mêlée

  • Blade
    • Axe
      • Battle Axe
      • Danish axe
      • Doloire
      • Mattock (improvised)
    • Dagger or Knife
      • Baselard
      • Cinquedea
      • Dirk
      • Ear Dagger
      • Grosses messer
      • Machete
      • Mercygiver
      • Poniard
      • Rondel
      • Scramasax
      • Stiletto
      • Sword breaker
    • Sword
      • Bastard Sword
      • Broadsword
      • Claymore
      • Cutlass (a little dubious)
      • Falchion
      • Foil
      • longsword
      • Rapier
      • Sabre
      • Spatha
      • Shortsword
      • Two-handed sword
  • Bashing weapons
    • Club
    • Flail
    • Mace
      • Flanged mace
    • Maul
    • Morning star
    • Quarterstaff
    • War hammer
      • Bec de Corbin
      • Horseman's pick

Spears and other Polearms (axes not included)

  • Ahlspiess
    • Candeliere
    • Breach pike
  • Aunurgith (may not be a real weapon)
  • Bardiche
  • Billhook
  • Boar spear
  • Fauchard
  • Footman's lance (again, may be made up)
  • Glaive
  • Guisarme
  • Halberd
  • Lance
  • Man catcher
  • Military fork
  • Partisan
  • Pike
  • Plançon a picot
  • Ranseur
  • Spetum
  • Swordstaff
  • Voulge

Ranged

  • Bombard (weapon)
  • Bow
    • Longbow
      • English longbow
    • Short bow
  • Culverin
  • Crossbow
    • Arbalest
  • Francisca
  • Mangonel
  • Sling

Static

  • Caltrops

Siege

  • Battering ram
  • Ballista
  • Catapult
  • Greek fire
  • Petard
  • Siege hook
  • Siege tower
  • Trebuchet

Warships

  • Galleon
  • Galley
  • Longship

Armor

While armor is not technically a weapon, its development was both driven by weapon technology and a driving force for that same technology in return.

  • Chainmail
  • Gauntlet
  • Shield
  • Plate armour
  • Scale armour

Fortification

Medieval fortifications also developed in connection with the weapons that opposed them.

  • Battlement
  • Castle
  • City wall
  • Gate
  • Moat
  • Drawbridge
  • Portcullis

See also

Military technology and equipment

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