Armour and Weapons

Throughout history armour and weapons have been not merely the preserve of the warrior in battles and warfare, but potent symbols in their own right [the sword of chivalry, the heraldic shield] representing the hunt and hall as well as the battlefield. This series aims to provide a forum for critical studies of all aspects of arms and armour and their technologies, from the end of the Roman Empire to the dawn of the modern world.

Series Editors

Dr. Kelly DeVries 
History Department
Loyola University
4501 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
USA

(also Honorary Historical Consultant, Royal Armouries)

Dr. Robert W. Jones
Advanced Studies in England
2 Pierrepont Street
Bath
BA1 1LB
UK
r.jones@asebath.org

(also Franklin and Marshall College)

Robert C. Woosnam-Savage
Curator of European Edged Weapons, Royal Armouries
Royal Armouries Museum
Armouries Drive
Leeds
LS10 1LT
UK

(also Visiting Research Fellow, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds)

See all of our Armour and Weapons titles.