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Quintain. Tilting pole, would have been used by knights to practise swordstrokes

Quintain. Tilting pole, would have been used by knights to practise swordstrokes


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Quintain. Tilting pole, would have been used by knights to practise swordstrokes

Tilting pole, would have been used by knights to practise swordstrokes. Offham, Kent. IoE 426949

Media ID 425501

© Mary Winch LRPS Source: Images of England

Listed Medieval Wooden


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