• Arms and Armour of Late Medieval Europe
    Arms and Armour of Late Medieval Europe


    • Author: Robert Woosnam-Savage
    • Date: 15 May 2018
    • Publisher: Trustees of the Royal Armouries
    • Original Languages: English
    • Book Format: Paperback::96 pages
    • ISBN10: 0948092777
    • ISBN13: 9780948092770
    • File size: 55 Mb
    • Dimension: 168x 228x 7.62mm::294.84g
    • Download Link: Arms and Armour of Late Medieval Europe


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