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Ehud slays Eglon, king of Moab Deborah, Barak and Sisera
Ehus slays Eglon, the king of Moab (right) and the Israelites defeat the Moabites.   Details show: 1-excellent example of a battle-axe, including some engraving on the blade. 2 - heraldic flags; specifically the "Pennon", a  medium-sized flag (about 3 feet in length) flown from the head of a spear that is held "at charge" (horizontally or near-so). Any heraldry or artwork displayed on a pennon is oriented to be viewed in the "at charge" position. The pennon indicated the physical presence of the person who's arms are displayed on it. 3 - good example of the hilt of a dagger. 4 - another style of dagger5 -an embossed heater-shield.   6 -another example of period footwear7 -great example of a saddle-girth.  8 -a bridle and bit. The prophetess, Deborak convinces Barak to attack King Sisera.   Details show: 1 -good example of a saddle, girth and full harness hook-up to a carriage.  2 -another style of sword-hilt.  3 -example of the sheer brutality of medieval warfare.  4 -another example of a horse's bridle and bit, this one has ornate metal pieces attached to the leather.  5 -a fancy breast-collar on a horse.
Details 1Battle-axe, with engraving on the blade. 2A "Pennon" flag, mounted on a spear, carried in battle. 3Hilt of a dagger. 4Another style of dagger-hilt. 5An embossed heater shield. 6Period footwear. 7Girth of a saddle. 8Horse's bridle and bit. Details 1Saddle, girth, full-harness setup for horse-and-carriage. 2Another style of sword-hilt. 3The savagery of medieval warfare. 4Horse's ornate bridle and bit. 5Fancy breast-collar on a horse.

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Jael slays King Sisera Gideon is called
Jael kills Sisera by driving a large spike into his skull.  Details show: 1 -probably one of the best examples of the hilt of a sword - the grip is leather wrapped, then wrapped with wire, and the crossguard  has detailed grooves at each end.  Also, a great example of a scabbard and a "sword frog" (method of attaching a scabbard to the sword-belt).  Also, you can see a good example of a knight's belt.  2 -a period hammer3 -fine detail of a chainmaille coif with an attached camail 4 -a lady's hair-band/head-band. Gideon is called to rescue Israel from Madian, and makes a sacrifice to an angel of the lord.  Details show: 1 -a male wearing a pear of "Braies" (medieval underwear) - the braies are rolled up around the waist.  Inside the roll is a belt to which linen "Chausses" (leggings, not shown in this picture) were attached by leather laces.  2 - great example of a "Flail" - originally, as seen here, the flail was an agricultural tool used to "thresh" wheat (separate the grain from the straw or husks {"chaff"}) - eventually, someone discovered the usefulness of the flail as a weapon in combat, and it was transformed into the smaller, single-hand weapon of war.  3 -another view of the agricultural flail4 -example of an "Ankle-boot", typically worn by the "worker-class", it was common after c.1200 AD and was up to 12" high.  5 -an agricultural/food preparation tool known as a "Winnowing-Fan", used to sort threshed grain from it's chaff, typically used immediately after the wheat was threshed with a flail.  6 -fantastic example of the wearing of single-leg linen "Chausses" (leggings), showing how they were attached to a leather belt (can't be seen) which was inside the top portion of the Braies (underwear which appears almost like a diaper about the man's groin) which was rolled up at the waistline.  The braies and a pair of "ankle-boots" can also be seen on the wearer.
Details 1Great sword hilt, scabbard, sword-frob and a knight's belt. 2A period-style hammer. 3Chainmaille coif with camail. 4A lady's hair-band. Details 1Braies (medieval underwear) 2An agricultural tool, the "Flail" (eventually became a weapon of war. 3Another agricultural flail. 4Period footwear called "ankle-boots" 5A "Winnowing-Fan". 6Linen chausses (leggings).
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