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Aspis

2

-2

25

2

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Aspis

Aspis

2

-2

25

2

The aspis is a heavy wooden shield that protects the body. Its innovative argive grip places the handle at the edge of the shield and is supported by a leather or bronze fastening for the forearm at the center, known as the porpax.

Bark

2

-2

25

2

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Bark

Bark

2

-2

25

2

This incredibly light shield is made from bark stiffened with internal wooden laths and rimmed by hazel, with a twisted willow boss.

Bouche

2

-2

25

2

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Bouche

Bouche

2

-2

25

2

This body shield contains a ridge in the middle that deflects weapons while providing for a groove on the top of the front plate for the wielder to rest his weapon.

Cetratus

3

-3

50

3

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Cetratus

Cetratus

3

-3

50

3

The cetratus is a lightweight tower shield made of wood that is covered with leather.

Clipeus

2

-2

25

2

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Clipeus

Clipeus

2

-2

25

2

A large body shield carried upon the arm, the clipeus is round in shape and in the middle there is a bolt of iron, or of some other metal, with a sharp point.

Coffin

3

-3

50

3

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Coffin

Coffin

3

-3

50

3

The coffin shield is an attested tower shield with a raised midsection on the top side and narrowing lower part. It is made of wood and has a metal boss.

Dhal

1

-1

10

1

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Dhal

Dhal

1

-1

10

1

This buckler is nearly always geometrically round, though some are nearly flat while others are strongly convex or curved. The edges may be flat or rolled back in the reverse direction to that of the curvature of the shield. Dhal shields are either made from metal or hide.

Diamond

1

-1

10

1

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Diamond

Diamond

1

-1

10

1

This diamond-shaped buckler is gripped in the fist with a central handle behind the boss. Its size makes it poor protection against missile weapons, but useful in deflecting the blow of an opponent's weapons, binding his arms or hindering his movements.

Gauntlet

1

-1

10

1

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Gauntlet

Gauntlet

1

-1

10

1

The shield gauntlet or lantern shield is defined by a small circular buckler attached to a gauntlet, combined with a lantern, or a hook from which to hang a lantern, intended to blind the opponent at night or in duels fought at dawn.

Heater

2

-2

25

2

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Heater

Heater

2

-2

25

2

Smaller than the kite shield, the heater is more manageable and can be used either mounted or on foot, containing a boucheā€”a notch or "mouth" for the lance to pass through.

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