catan at webzone.net
Fri May 11 23:21:33 PDT 2001
Uh-oh, I see a problem right here. Weapons from the 1400's? Shakespeare's
time was late 1500-early 1600's. This could cost some points.
"Addington, Debbie, A" wrote:
> i think he wants to know if there was something new, besides the usually old
> stand bys of broad swords, daggers, and axes.
> this is for his final english grade to graduate next week. Basically, he
> told her his project would pictures and drawings of various weapons during
> the time of Shakespeare.
> If he can turn it in today, he gets an extra 30 points. if he turns it in
> monday, he only gets the usual 100pts.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Marc Carlson [SMTP:marc-carlson at utulsa.edu]
> > Sent: Friday, May 11, 2001 9:51 AM
> > To: northkeep at ansteorra.org
> > Subject: Re: [Northkeep] cut
> > At 07:26 AM 5/11/01 -0700, Baulsac wrote:
> > >>what were some weapons in the 1400 and what did they
> > >>look like? were they pretty much the same or what?
> > The same as what?
> > M/D
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