Public presentation of AthensHoplites Project for a News portal – Swordmanship with Mycenaean Weapons and Byzantine Swordmanship

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On behalf of a public presentation of AthensHoplites Project for a News portal – Swordmanship with Mycenaean Weapons and Byzantine Swordmanship on January 25 training session in AthensHoplites Project home place in downtown Athens!

More to come soon !
We would like to thank our trainer Γεώργιος Γεωργάς for the excellent coordinance of the session, as long as Γεωργιος Ρουσσης and HellenicArmors for their exceptional support with equipment.

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Mr. George E. Georgas with a Mycenaean sword
Mr. George E. Georgas explain how to fence with  a Mycenaean sword
Fencing with Mycenaean weapons
Fencing with Mycenaean weapons

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Swords of Palaiologian era
Swords of Palaiologian era
Mr. George E. Georgas explains how to fence with weapons of Palaiologian era.
Mr. George E. Georgas explains how to fence with weapons of Palaiologian era.
Long sword. The weapon of nobles.
Long sword. The weapon of nobles.

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