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The leader of the Peasants' Revolt, Wat Tyler, is depicted here as being stabbed by William Walworth, Mayor of London. Walworth stabbed Tyler with a baselard, and although it is considered a type of dagger, in reality, along with this depiction, it…

This individual seax on display at the Museum of London can actually be categorised as a ‘scramaseax,’ a sub-classification of this Medieval fighting and hunting instrument. Wrought of iron, it stands at 772 mm in length, with 610 mm reserved for the…

This is a broad-bladed Iron sword. It was found in the River Thames, near Brentford.

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This sword is believed to have been owned by Edward III, King of England (alternatively known as Edward of Windsor) sometime during his reign (1312-1377). The sword, studied and analyzed by Dr. Christian Segebade of Idaho State University, was…
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