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#145 - Al Bundy approves. 05/28/2015 on Fat Shaming (Almost) Friday 0
#163 - You're right. I wanted to say Greek/Celtic/French shields. Rom…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/19/2015 on Proper way to use a sword... 0
User avatar #164 - chopsofpork (05/19/2015) [-]
Are you sure? Most Celtic shields I've seen dating from premedieval periods were center grip and not strapped. It wasn't really until the medieval period rolled around that shields with argive-style grips became common through out Europe.

I think the Greeks abandoned the Hoplon and began adopting the more common oval shaped center grip shield.

The only celtic shield I can think of that was strapped was the targe, and they were not large shields 18-21 in. more likely than not it was not used as a primary defense for soldiers until the 17th century.
#101 - True, but it's still equivalent to saying "Here'…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/18/2015 on Proper way to use a sword... +6
#102 - eysin (05/18/2015) [-]
Well damn, shut down like a Malaysian airliner
#86 - Actually, he's only half right. That style of shield …  [+] (7 new replies) 05/18/2015 on Proper way to use a sword... +21
User avatar #112 - sammiamazon (05/19/2015) [-]
He has other videos talking about other types of shields because people brought this up. This video is actually a couple of months outdated
User avatar #111 - chopsofpork (05/19/2015) [-]
From what I understand, Roman shields were mostly center grip shields, with the grip horizontal to the ground. Personally when I do combat I prefer a center grip shield, you can reach farther to bash with the edge and its easier to protect someone for going for the legs.
User avatar #163 - SubjectThree (05/19/2015) [-]
You're right. I wanted to say Greek/Celtic/French shields. Roman shields (Scutums, mostly) did use a single grip. Some Celtic shields did, too, but many also used an argive-style grip and were used more like guards than shields.
User avatar #164 - chopsofpork (05/19/2015) [-]
Are you sure? Most Celtic shields I've seen dating from premedieval periods were center grip and not strapped. It wasn't really until the medieval period rolled around that shields with argive-style grips became common through out Europe.

I think the Greeks abandoned the Hoplon and began adopting the more common oval shaped center grip shield.

The only celtic shield I can think of that was strapped was the targe, and they were not large shields 18-21 in. more likely than not it was not used as a primary defense for soldiers until the 17th century.
#100 - eysin (05/18/2015) [-]
He talked about this in a vlog and apparently this is the only shield he owns and he made it from scratch.
User avatar #101 - SubjectThree (05/18/2015) [-]
True, but it's still equivalent to saying

"Here's my research paper, it's the only one I have and I made it myself. Here's what all research papers get wrong and here's how to do them right."
#102 - eysin (05/18/2015) [-]
Well damn, shut down like a Malaysian airliner
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User avatar #1 - reverendshoot (09/29/2011) [-]
i used your post in my oc here is the link http://funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/2672084/Human+fix+1+3/ thanks
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