The Vietnamese double sword.
An Indian sword with a recurved blade.
Language: Mandarin Chinese
Source: Classical literature
A Chinese type of javelin.
Tāotiè (饕餮) is a mythical creature that is used as a decorative element.
Manchu name for a large hunting spear in use by the Qing dynasty Tiger spear division.
Manchu for the suspension bands on a sword scabbard.
A type of Indian saber with a broad blade.
The Chinese rattan shield
An Ottoman leather binder who in 1866 - 1867 covered a bow made by Haci Gavsî in 1824 - 1825.
Vietnamese for a ceremonial saber.
Sinhala for the point of a sword blade.
Used to describe both flexible sectioned whips and heavy bar-maces.
Chinese "tiger forks" or hǔchā (虎叉) are one of the classic weapons in Chinese martial arts.
The "tiger spear" was a large hunting spear in use by the Qing dynasty Tiger spear division.
Chinese for a bronze mace.
A type of Indian tribal battle axe made and used by the Gond people.
The Indian matchlock musket.
The Chinese militia jian. A simple, practical version of the Chinese straightsword.
Manchu word for saber lanyard.
A type of pattern-welding using twisted rods of steel.
Sinhala for "sharp knife".
Manchu for tūnkǒu (吞口), a collar piece on the base of a sword or saber blade.
Three of the Qing dynasty Eight Banners that were under the direct control of the emperor.
The main force of the Eight Banners, consisting mainly of mounted warriors with bow and lance.