Scottish Arms and Armour (Weapons & History, 1550 - 1830s) by: Fergus Cannan
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This is a detailed historical examination of the arms and armour used by Scottish soldiers, dating from 1550 - 1830s. Includes weapons such as swords, the dirk, the Lochaber axe, the targe (leather shield), Sgian due, broadswords, early pistols, two-handed swords and more.
The Scottish warrior has throughout history been armed with some of the most famous and instantly recognisable weapons and armour ever produced. From the majestic Highland two-handed sword and the diminutive sgian dhu that tucks into the sock of every Scotsman in formal dress to the distinctive leather shield or targe, these objects are redolent of great men and hard-fought battles - men such as William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and Bonnie Prince Charlie and battles such as Stirling Bridge, Bannockburn, Flodden and Culloden. An important aspect of national heritage and folklore, Scottish weapons and armor are icons of valor and pride for millions worldwide.
With a foreword by the 23rd Chief of the Clan Macnab, this pioneering study by Fergus Cannan examines the Scottish people at war and the armor and weaponry they have used on the battlefield from the Stone Age to the present day.
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- Height: 10 inches
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- Weight: 1.25 pounds
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