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I myself am addicted to everything of the medieval Europe, including architectural style, people’s dress, diet, weapons used in that era, and so on. This period of time, I’m in preparation for beginning to study game design & development to realize the game world only exists in my mind, and was searching relevant information and resources. Then I was lucky enough to find this book (Arms and Armor: A Pictorial Archive from Nineteenth-Century Sources, formerly called: Ancient and Medieval Arms and Armor) on ancient European arms & armors. As usual, AppNee can not wait to share it out, for more enthusiasts who have the same needs.